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    Career Center Welcomes Twenty New Advisors

    May 11, 2013

    As one of Carleton’s more valuable yet often-underused resources, the Career Center is constantly looking for ways to better serve the student body. Last Friday, all new Career Advisers gathered in Leighton 304 to share their visions of the Career Center’s future, and make suggestions for how the Career Center can improve.

  • Renewable Resources

    March 20, 2013

    Jesse Grossman’s business is renewable energy. But on a recent visit to Northfield, the class of 2001 alumnus helped develop a very different renewable resource: Carls.

  • 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).

  • All Aboard for Beantown

    March 20, 2013

    Take 26 students on two career tracks with at least one point of intersection. Add 60 volunteers at more than 25 locations. Now bring them all together in just four days. Is this some kind of brain-bending logic problem? No, it's the itinerary for our winter break Scholars trip—the first to explore two different fields in the same city.

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    Carleton Top School for Peace Corps

    February 15, 2013

    For the second consecutive year, Peace Corps placed Carleton on its list of the top volunteer producing small colleges and universities. Carleton also placed many students into Green Corps and AmeriCorps.

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This page was last updated on 18 June 2013