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Volunteers

It's been said that 80% of jobs are made through informal offers; that is, they're never even posted online or printed in newspapers. This means that the importance of the Carleton network—and chances for alumni and students to meet, network, and connect—are more important than ever.

The Career Center can do many things to help prepare students for a life of meaningful work, but it is our volunteers, with their connections to the Carleton community out in the "real world," who can do the most to help broaden the students' own networks, and ultimately find their career.

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  • Work with senior-level policy experts at 1 of more than 2 dz. leading think tanks & advocacy groups in DC. Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellow 29 Jun
  • The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program (Aspen BSP) seeks a team-oriented, dedicated Program Assistant. See the Tunnel for details. 29 Jun
  • Internship (production of data stories) for Connecticut Data Collaborative. See the Tunnel for details! ctrp3.ctdata.org 25 Jun
  • Jobs that make an Impact! 2 years of action for our environment, our democracy, and our future! Apply now at weareimpact.org. 24 Jun

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Career Center pages maintained by Andrea Kubinski
This page was last updated on 2 April 2014