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- May 13, 2015
Battle of Gettysburg lessons help Carleton sophomores learn leadership skills they can use as future campus leaders. Jeff Appelquist '80 of Blue Knight Leadership, who trains corporate leaders, gave his time and talent to a group of Carleton sophomores who participated in a spring-break trip to the Civil War Battlefield of Gettysburg as part of a Career Center program.
HBX, Harvard Business School’s Online Education Initiative, Announces Additional Agreements with Liberal Arts CollegesMay 5, 2015
HBX working with colleges to provide further benefits for business fundamentals program.
- June 18, 2013
Kimberly Betz '91 took the helm as Carleton's new Career Center director in March 2013. We caught up with her for a Q&A about her return to Carleton, the unique strengths of liberal arts grads in the workplace, and her hopes for the Career Center's future.
- March 20, 2013
In the quest for internships, Carleton students reach out to a powerful untapped network: each other.
In today’s job market, internship experience can be the extra edge that lands a coveted job interview or position. But where can students look for internships, and how do they learn successful tactics to compete for them? With the help of peer Career Advisors, Carleton students are answering those questions for each other.
- March 20, 2013
Some students get bored during Carleton’s six-week winter break. Others get to work. Meet three students who discovered that time flies when you’re immersing yourself in a prospective career (with the help of savvy alumni mentors).
- November 27, 2012
Carleton’s newly released Strategic Plan identifies six core ideas to secure Carleton’s continued distinction. Topping the list: “Preparing students more robustly for fulfilling post-graduation lives and careers.”