The Experiential Learning Office primarily focuses on empowering students to be professionally successful through access to profitable networks, professional development skills, and meaningful community connections for post-graduation marketability, networking and employment.
Students will have the opportunity to: (a) apply their educational competencies through experiential learning in the community; (b) deepen their understanding of course content and develop critical thinking through direct research or service based activities; and (c) access resources to enhance their professional development and skill set to become more marketable.
FALL 2021: Starting August 23rd, in-person meetings are available on Mondays and Tuesdays during business hours. To request an appointment, please use Handshake.
Eronia A. King, MA, LPC, NCC, CMCS
Project Coordinator of Experiential Learning
Eronia King earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Texas Christian University and her Master of Arts degree in Licensed Professional Counseling from Texas Wesleyan University. She has extensive experience in career counseling from her time working for Texas Wesleyan University, the University of Texas at Arlington and the University of North Texas Health Science Center. She also has professional counseling experience in a private practice setting where she assists people suffering from anxiety and depression. Eronia combines her passion for guiding students in their journey with her counseling background to help students achieve their educational and career goals successfully. Currently, Eronia serves as the Project Coordinator of Experiential Learning, connecting students with opportunities to complement their education and support our community.
When she is not advising students and clients, you can find Eronia cooking and eating great food, practicing hot yoga or reading a good book. She has traveled to 5 continents with a goal to hit all 7 at some point in her lifetime! Her unique travel experiences, vast interest in food and exploration of new things has taught her that there is no stranger in this world, just people she hasn’t met yet.
Learner – Input – Maximizer – Positivity – Relator