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  • Kimberly Betz '91

    6 Questions with Career Center Director Kimberly Betz

    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.

  • Internship Extravaganza

    Peer Power

    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.

  • Winter Externship Adventures

    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).

  • Compass

    Setting Course for the Future

    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.” 

  • 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.

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