Posts tagged with “Programs” (All posts)
- September 7, 2016
Omaha won’t be changing its city slogan to “Cows, Colleges, and Contentment” anytime soon. But “Northfield 2.0” might be an option if the Weitz family continues to expand its pipeline of Carleton-grown talent to eastern Nebraska
- January 24, 2017
Winter term is an exciting time in the Career Center. There’s something for everyone, and we’re eager to work with every Carl on campus to find a program, resource, event, or activity that’s right for them.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.