After Beloit

Many career opportunities.

Recent Beloit College graduates have found careers in journalism at CNN, the New York Times, the Source, National Geographic, the Chronicle of Higher Education, Chicago Magazine, and Harper’s and at major newspapers in Chicago, Milwaukee, Atlanta, Des Moines Kansas City; Rockford, Ill; Janesville, Wis, and Rochester, N.Y.

Our graduates have often distinguished themselves with long and prominent articles, ranging in topics from solution of spectacular crime to extensive travel in North America. Some graduates have gained additional education in schools of journalism at Northwestern and Columbia, while others have pursued careers as scholars, fiction writers, and teachers.


Nate Johnson’22 on the job at the WYMT station

Making a living from a love of sports

Nate Johnson’22 ran cross-country and played baseball when he began college. When he transferred to Beloit to begin his junior year, however, he wanted a new way to participate in sports. At Beloit, he was able to develop the skills he needed to become a sports broadcaster.

Sasha Debevec-McKenney’12

Poetry, Politics, and Presidential Graves

Still early in her career, poet Sasha Debevec-McKenney’12 publishes a poem in The New Yorker .


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