Exhibitions are the way student learning is demonstrated and celebrated. Students give an oral presentation that describes their internship experience and the work they have done toward their Learning Plan. Their presentation provides an opportunity for students to show the rest of the learning community what they have learned, what learning products have been developed and how they have progressed toward the goals on their Learning Plan. It also gives students the chance to practice public speaking and develop effective communication skills. A panel, made up of other students, community members, advisors, and others, asks questions, evaluates student work and progress, and provides verbal and written feedback. Exhibiting students then read the written feedback and compose a student narrative. The student narrative serves as a self-reflection, offering a detailed description of learning and work done that quarter. Advisors also write a narrative. The advisor’s narrative details student accomplishments, areas for improvement, and suggestions for revising the student Learning Plan. It serves as the report card for quarterly progress.