Beloit & Beyond Conference

Sharing student experiences outside of the classroom.

A health class mates in Richardson Auditorium for presentations.

The 2021 Beloit & Beyond Conference took place on Wednesday, November 3.

The Beloit and Beyond Conference offers students opportunities to demonstrate what they learned during study abroad and domestic study programs, internships, job-shadowing placements, volunteering and other forms of community engagement, and in leadership positions on campus and in the community.

Student presentations provide rich evidence of how such learning helps them develop the skills needed to thrive in their lives beyond Beloit. They become productive collaborators, creative problem solvers, effective communicators, and intellectually agile.

Beloit and Beyond exposes first-year students engaged in AMP to a broad array of experiential learning opportunities and introduces them to role models among their campus peers.

Jalen Ponder’24 presents an early morning goal-setting session at Beloit & Beyond.

Student entrepreneur sets a high bar at Beloit & Beyond

Jalen Ponder’24 is a motivational speaker, an experienced entrepreneur, and a business owner at age 19. He shared some tips with fellow students at a Beloit & Beyond presentation, a day set aside to celebrate and raise awareness of student experiences outside the classroom.

Students who occupy club & organization leadership roles on campus share the skills they have learned through their experiences.

Learning from every experience

On Nov. 3, more than 70 students presented about their internships, job shadowing, volunteering, off-campus study, and other forms of engagement in the Stateline area and around the world during the inaugural Beloit & Beyond conference. The day-long conference is one of three signature programs that prepare students for success after graduation.


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