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  • Devin Tomson-Moylan

    30 Minutes: Expand Your Network

    November 13, 2013

    Devin participated in the 30 Minutes program this past fall with Carleton alum, Eric Carlson ’66.  What he didn't know was that through that opportunity, he would end up interviewing with two different organizations. 

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    Meet the Career Center!

    November 13, 2013

    We’re excited to start featuring all the wonderful people and opportunities that pass through our office- but first, let’s introduce ourselves… We’ve asked Career Center staff members to weigh in with some helpful career tips, plus their favorite Career Center candy.

    Stay tuned next week for more tips and favorite treats from the Career Center- plus more staff bios!

  • Recap: Careers in Social Justice Panel, October 2013

    November 6, 2013

    Julia Moen '14 discusses the "Careers in Social Justice Panel" that happened several weeks ago.

  • Louis Newman

    Star Tribune Touts Pathways Program

    November 3, 2013

    The Sunday, November 3 edition of the Star Tribune featured a front-page story on Carleton's new "Pathways" program, which helps students prepare for life after Carleton by exploring how certain classes and majors could lead to potential careers, internships and off-campus study programs. It also leverages Carleton's existing relationships with alumni, parents and friends of the College, allowing students to network and find out how those people's experiences could help them find their path after Carleton. All of this happens within the framework of Carleton's faculty advising process, tying the initiative to the core mission of the College. "Carleton does a great job of educating students,” Louis Newman, associate dean of the college and director of advising, says in the article. Reporter Maura Lerner write "But last year, as part of a strategic plan, officials decided they could do more to help students 'prepare for life after Carle­ton'.” The Pathways project, Newman says, was the response: an all-purpose website to help students explore the careers that might interest them. “So they don’t get to the end or middle of their senior year and say, ‘Oh, what now?’ ” Visit the Pathways website for more information, and make sure to check out the career-path visualization, created by Carissa Knipe '14 (Cupertino, Calif.), a studio art and computer science double major.

  • President Steven G. Poskanzer

    Chronicle of Higher Education Mentions Carleton's New Pathways Program

    October 1, 2013

    The Oct. 1 edition of the Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription required) made a note of Carleton's new "Pathways" program in its article entitled "Career Centers Stretch to Fill New Roles." The Chronicle notes that Pathways was started as a result of discussions during the recently-completed strategic planning process, listing  as one of its priorities this goal: "Prepare students more robustly for fulfilling post-graduation lives and careers." The Chronicle writes "Carleton believes in its approach to a liberal-arts education, says President Steven G. Poskanzer, its president. Still, he says, "we are not keeping faith with students and families if they graduate from Carleton and then spend the next three or four years floundering." Pathways is an outcome of that planning to more intentionally shape the College's advising program, has started a new Web site to provide information on popular career fields like health and wellness and arts and communication, and is doing more to tie academics and outside activities together."

  • Bob Will '50 (center) with Mimi '66 and Eric '66 Carlson P'97

    Carleton Receives Gift To Create Will Internship Fund in Social Entrepreneurship

    September 17, 2013

    Thanks to a gift from Eric ’66 and Mimi ’66 Carlson P’97, Carleton College has announced the establishment of the Robert E. Will ’50 Endowed Internship Fund in Social Entrepreneurship. Administered by Carleton’s career center, the fund supports 8-10 domestic or international internships per year at up to $5,000 each for students pursuing social entrepreneurship. The fund honors Bob Will, the Raymond Plank Professor of Incentive Economics, Emeritus. A 1950 Carleton graduate, Will earned his PhD at Yale University and taught at Carleton from 1957-93. He championed the importance of a liberal arts education, and each year the Robert E. Will Economics Prize is awarded to the senior economics major or majors who demonstrate excellent academic achievement and breadth of intellectual interests in the best tradition of a liberal arts education. Professor Will remains a resident of Northfield and is very involved in community activities.

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