Relationship between communication competence and involvement in extra-curricular activities, internships, jobs, and study abroad programs
Kane, Sarah Michelle
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This study explored the impact of extra-curricular activities on the communication competence of undergraduate students. The study surveyed 122 undergraduate students enrolled in select classes in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the University of Georgia. Involvement rates and means of impact on communication confidence were measured. Students involved in extra-curricular activities had high means of communication competence improvement. Date shows that extra-curricular activities, internships, study abroad programs and jobs improved students perceived communication skill competence.