Keuka students have conducted Field Periods™ in more than 2,500 locations around the world.
Emily Michienzi (double major in Sociology and Political Science & History) completing her Field Period™ with Hamilton County Historian.
Whether you’d like to help market a local grocery store in your neighborhood or explore the caves of Costa Rica, Field Period™ can open a world of enriching, exciting, and intellectually challenging experiences.
Take time to learn how some of Keuka’s students, both past and present, have spent their Field Periods™.
All of these organizations have agreed to host Field Periods™ in the future.
Observe and learn how an OT works in three settings: in-patient, out-patient and long-term care. I helped collect and put equipment away. I also was an extra spotter for patients who were unstable walkers, and also carried oxygen tanks for others.
The workers all made me feel a part of the hospital and nursing home. The therapists were all very down-to-earth people and they really taught me a lot about acute and long-term rehab.
My time was spent uploading MBC Stables' financial info. into a Quickbooks computer accounting program, creating descriptive profiles on each horse for future marketing purposes, and assisting in daily stable chores.
Attending the horse auction at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, N.J. showed me how much money is involved in the racehorse industry as well as how to successfully market a horse.