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  • English professor Tim Raylor

    Faculty Engagement: Professor Tim Raylor

    November 27, 2012

    Academic departments often team up with the Career Center and alumni to help students explore career possibilities. In the first of a new series on these partnerships, English professor Tim Raylor talks about his department’s efforts to connect students with alumni from diverse fields.

  • Will Tynan '11

    Kindred Spirits

    March 30, 2012

    Quintessentially Carleton qualities connect two alums separated by 20 years

    When he needed a new junior consultant for his firm’s first Latin American office, Mark Frein ’92 could easily have recruited at the Ivy Leagues. “But I’d probably be looking at people with attitude,” he says. Instead, he looked to to Carleton’s Engagement Wanted program and found the perfect candidate in Will Tynan ’11.

  • Jeff Appelquist ’80

    30 Minutes

    March 30, 2012

    Carls are destined to mentor

    The concept of mentorship is an old one: An experienced professional guides a young person into the ways of the field. You know, like Obi-Wan and Luke, Batman and Robin, or Giles and Buffy. In the movies, these pairings are made through serendipity or destiny. But Carleton’s Career Center helps destiny along by connecting young Carls with seasoned pros through its 30 Minutes program.

  • Career Center Home Page

    Intelligent Design

    March 30, 2012

    A smart-tech web site for today’s job search

    The way people connect and share information has changed dramatically in recent years, and so has the job search process. In the recent redesign of its web site, the Career Center worked with Carleton’s web team to develop an innovative (and cool looking) hub for students, alumni, parents, employers, and volunteers to make connections and share opportunities.

  • Couches for Carls Map.

    Alumni: Want to Connect with Current Carls?

    March 30, 2012

    Do you have a couch (or guest room) to offer a Carl traveling to a job interview? Would you like a budget-friendly alternative to impersonal hotel rooms? Couches for Carls, the Career Center's personal hospitality exchange network, provides travelers free lodging plus a chance to network with Carleton alumni. For volunteers, it's a simple way to give back to the Carleton community from the comfort of your own home.

  • Reed Jordan '12 in Peru

    A Tale of Two Internships

    December 1, 2011

    Summer internships can help strengthen a resume or even launch a career. But many internships are unpaid—a hardship for students who can't afford to work for free. Carleton helps level the playing field with special scholarships to cover their lost earnings.

    Meet two students who took advantage of these scholarships to pursue amazing summer experiences:

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  • Clever, a great ed-tech company in San Francisco is in need of contractors to help us out as we rev up for back to school! See the Tunnel! 22 May
  • Interested in Youth Development? Project for Pride in Living in Mpls. is seeking interns in various areas of the Twin Cities. See Tunnel. 22 May
  • Carleton alum & current Trustee seeking an Executive Assistant/Admin. Assistant for his organization Stella Point in NY. See the Tunnel. 21 May
  • Check out MN GreenCorps. Members are placed with local governments, non-profits, and ed. inst. statewide to conduct service. See Tunnel. 18 May

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