After Beloit


Students who study a language do better in the workplace.

Teaching & Working Abroad

Spain

France

Japanese

Russia

Year-long Service Jobs

The Peace Corps is just one on the Year of Service list.

Stories

Julia Heney’10

Living the writer’s life

Julia Heney’10 knew she wanted to write when she came to Beloit. She found the encouragement and opportunities she needed to realize her dream.

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    Gabrielle Watson’21 will head to Taiwan this summer on a  Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Award scholarship.

Taiwan times two

Fulbright Scholarship awardee Gabby Watson’21 heads off to Taiwan soon to teach kids English.

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Maria Elvira Lopez’21 standing in front of potted plants

Leaving Home to Grow and Develop a Career Path

Maria Elvira Lopez’21 chose Beloit College in order to grow and prepare for a career focused on environmental sustainability. Opportunities at Beloit College to apply learning in real-life settings helped land her a post-graduation job in the sector that means most to her.

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Lucia Peralta’12 headshot

Discovering a Career Path

Lucia Peralta’12 arrived at Beloit without a long-term plan. Support from advisors and peers helped steer her to a career in public health.

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Vivian Arimany’19

Life After Beloit, From Student to Educator

Vivian Arimany (Comparative Literature and French, ’19) reflects on life after Beloit and the decision to return to school to pursue the passions she cultivated at Beloit College.

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Caitlin Abrams’08 uses D2, a non-toxic biocide, to clean gravestones.

Grave cleaner-turned-TikTok star

Russian language major and software educator Caitlin Abrams’08 has become a TikTok star for creating videos that investigate the life (and death) of everyday people — all while cleaning their gravestones. Abrams reflects on how she got here.

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(from left to right) Danny Connolly’17, Catherine Krol’17, Lucy Holden’16, & Joey Buttlar

Students bring back Honey Cellar to perform on campus

“A founder of Bits and Pieces, a Fulbright scholar, and a writer walk into a bar.”

Not a sentence looking for a punchline — it’s actually a true statement, and it illustrates the variety of paths three Beloit alums took to form the band Honey Cellar, a folk rock quartet based in Chicago.

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