Posts tagged with “Career Center News” (All posts)
- 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.
- October 1, 2012
In our next installment of "Guess What I Did This Summer," Akemi Arzouman '13 takes us through her externship experience in the Dental Clinical Research Department with Astra Tech AB, a pharmaceutical company that manufactures dental implants. Her experience was made possible through the MCAN Scholars program at Carleton.
- September 26, 2012
In the second installment of our short "Guess What I Did This Summer" series, Elise Gurney '13 (Albuquerque, N.M.) shares her experience of working as a transfer pricing intern and Ernst and Young. She was able to secure this traditional internship experience through good old-fashioned networking and some nice connections between Ernst and Young and Carleton.
- September 18, 2012
In our first installment of a short series, "Guess What I Did This Summer," Vayu Rekdal '15 recounts his internship experience at the world-renowned food and science research center Fundacion Alicia in Spain. His experience was funded through a CREDO fellowship and his application process was supported by the career center. Rekdal is the president and founder of Carleton's first and only cooking club, Firebellies.
- December 2, 2011
In November the Career Center bid hail and farewell to Director Richard Berman, who accepted the position of Director of Career Services at Oberlin College and Conservatory in Ohio. We thank Richard for all his contributions and congratulate him on this wonderful new opportunity. Carleton is now preparing for a national search for a new director. During this transition, Associate Director Brent "Rex" Nystrom '92 will serve as the Interim Director.
- December 2, 2011
There are hundreds of job and internship sites on the World Wide Web. But who has time to search hundreds of sites? Streamline your search with CareerShift, a new all-in-one tool for finding jobs and opportunities, researching companies, and much more. CareerShift is available to alumni as well as students.