by Brad Kmoch, Program Coordinator
International internships and volunteer opportunities are often unpaid—an obstacle for participation by students who can’t afford to do unpaid work during their summers and breaks. Thanks to the generosity of alumni and friends of Carleton, more students than ever are able to volunteer for these incredible opportunities around the world.
LinkedIn: What’s the Big Deal?11 June 2009
Relationships Matter is LinkedIn’s tag line. Carls Help Carls is our new career center’s tag line. Hmmmm…so what’s the big deal?
The truth is, a professional network of trusted contacts gives…
Suits & Ties?25 May 2009
The Career Center can help you with your resumes, cover letters, and interview skills, but we can’t dress you. To make that part a bit easier, advice from the New York Times’ Phyllis Korkki.
Your Secret Weapon: Surprise, it’s a Cover Letter!27 April 2009
Phyllis Korkki explains in the NYTimes’ Business Section this February how to use cover letters to your advantage.
Engagement Wanted Follow-up16 April 2009
So you’ve submitted your “Engagement Wanted” blurb, set up your profile on CarlTown, and an alum has actually contacted you! What do you do now?
1. Try to set up a…
Seven Lessons from the Public Policy Scholars Program6 February 2009
by Alex Sciuto
This past Tuesday morning at 8am, myself and fifteen or sixteen other Carleton students were sitting down bleary in Washington D.C. about to listen to a Carleton alum…
Where in the World Have Carleton Students Interned?1 June 2007
Carleton students want to know where other Carls have interned (and so do we!). This information will help us serve you better by connecting prospective interns with previous Carleton interns at particular organizations and increasing your awareness of the opportunities available to Carleton students. Help us help you by filling out this quick survey about your internship plans for this summer. Thank you! http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=294872481031