Posts tagged with “Programs” (All posts)
- June 1, 2011
Carleton's popular 30 Minutes program brings students interested in a specific job or industry face-to-face with alumni experienced in that field. But until recently, volunteering was limited to alumni within easy driving distance of Carleton. No longer! Thanks to Skype video chat, alums now can share their career wisdom from anywhere with an internet connection.
- June 1, 2011
Summer internships offer real-world experience, valuable networking opportunities, and sometimes an inside track to full-time employment. But many internships are unpaid—a hardship for students who can't afford to forego summer earnings.
Meet two students who have found the best of both worlds, thanks to the M. Leith Shackel Internship Fund.
- May 31, 2011
Do you have a couch (or guest room) to share with a Carl traveling to a job interview on a shoestring budget? Would you like a frugal, friendly alternative to impersonal hotel rooms? Check out Couches for Carls, the Career Center's personal hospitality exchange network.
- May 17, 2011
The students of the Cinema and Media Studies Roadtrip Off-Campus Study program took a walk through Barcelona, Spain to retrace the photographic journey of Agustí Centelles. Led by their intrepid rephotography leaders Ricard and Natasha from Arqueologia del Punt de Vista, Anna Swanson '12 offers a taste of the students' hunt for historical vantage points.
- April 29, 2011
Every year the Career Center collects information from Carleton seniors about their post-graduation plans. View an interactive map of where the Class of 2011 ended up (you'll need to log in to see names and addresses).
To add yourself to the map, just go and fill out the Senior Information Update form.
- March 11, 2011
How does a white, upper-middle class Minnesotan become a Buddhist monk at a monastery in New Zealand? This was my first question of many as I prepared for my externship with Ajahn Chandako (James [LaBresh] Reynolds ’84) at Vimutti Buddhist Monastery this past winter break.