24 January 2017
Winter term is an exciting time in the Career Center. There’s something for everyone, and we’re eager to work with every Carl on campus to find a program, resource, event, or activity that’s right for them.
18 January 2017
Among the many reasons Carleton enjoys a strong reputation in the sciences is its penchant for project-based learning. Research is built into the undergraduate experience here—something students at other colleges might not experience until graduate school.
“The teachers here do a lot of research and put you in an experimental mindset,” says Malavika Suresh ’18 (Maple Grove, Minn.), a chemistry major. “You can take as many lecture classes as you want, but actually doing research teaches you in such a different way.”
29 December 2016
Thanks to Carleton’s CCCE office and the Career Center, Cynthia Chang ’17 began to view a career in medicine differently.
7 September 2016
Omaha won’t be changing its city slogan to “Cows, Colleges, and Contentment” anytime soon. But “Northfield 2.0” might be an option if the Weitz family continues to expand its pipeline of Carleton-grown talent to eastern Nebraska
Career Center Announces New Global Edge Internship Pilot Program7 September 2016
To increase the number of Carleton students who intern in a developing country, the Career Center will be facilitating service-related internships with hosts in three host country sites: Buenos Aires, Argentina; Cape Town, South Africa; and, Shanghai, China. The deadline for students to apply to the program is January 10, 2017. To learn more about this and other Internship Program updates, please see our What’s New page.
12 July 2016
If you’ve stopped by the Career Center looking for an internship you may have already met Simon. Read on to learn more about his role at the Career Center.
With graduation looming, senior Jeffrey Bissoy-Mattis ’16 reflects on what brought him to Carleton, how four years here shaped him, and what he’ll miss most.
Carls are taking what they learn in the classroom and applying it to social causes. As Walter Paul ’18 proves, they’re not waiting for their “real career” to start, either.
23 May 2016
Carleton students are taking what they learn in the classroom and applying it to social causes. As Walter Paul ’18 proves, they’re not waiting until their “real career” starts, either.
10 May 2016
As an entrepreneur, Sam Woodside ’75 knows the value of real job experience. And as a Carleton alumnus, he knows the importance of a liberal arts education.
“Carleton is a wonderful growth opportunity for young people,” Woodside said. “But we wanted to create connections between the intellectual side of the college and the real world.”