Resources & Opportunities
Make meaningful connections between our academic coursework and your personal commitments.
The study of religion differs from a personal engagement with religious practice and experience, but we encourage students to make meaningful connections between our academic coursework and their personal commitments.
You can find resources for those explorations in Beloit’s spiritual life programming and in the local religious communities and in the local religious communities that surround our campus.
About the Study of Religion
The Patriquin Family Award for the Study of Religion is awarded to graduating seniors who have written an outstanding thesis and made significant contributions to the Religious Studies Program during their time at Beloit.
Select Internships and Fellowships
- Amnesty International
- Child Family Health International Internship
- Experience Mission Internships
- The Experiment Publishing Internship
- International Education of Students Internships
- National Immigration Justice Center Internship
- National LGBTQ Task Force Internship
- National Public Radio Internship
- New Israel Fund Fellowships (for graduating seniors)
- Muslim Girl Internships
- Pluralism Project at Harvard University
- Public Religion Research Institute
- UNICEF Internships
- WATER Women’s Alliance