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Career Channels


Connecting your life at Beloit to your life after graduation.

  • <div class="hero-story-wrapper container mb-2"><div class="hero-story col-lg-3 offset-lg-3 px-3 pb-2"><h4><a href="/live/news/677-hitting-it-out-of-the-park">Hitting it out of the Park</a></h4><p><p> Joe Davis’10, still in his 20s, soared to a coveted post as the play-by-play announcer for the L.A. Dodgers after iconic broadcaster Vin Scully retired. How has he come so far so fast? </p></p></div></div><div class="hero-header-image" style="background-image: url(/live/image/gid/94/width/670/height/670/crop/1/src_region/0,0,3200,2560/2836_128X-002-001.rev.1568316150.jpg); background-size:cover; background-position:center; min-height:400px;"><div class="" style="position:static;"><span class="lw_image_caption lw_align_right px-3" style="">Davis in the stands of Dodger Stadium.</span></div></div>

College to career

Every experience—in and out of the classroom—contributes to your future 

Your coursesyour on-campus job, the clubs you lead, and your summer internship combine to prepare you for meaningful jobs after you graduate

We don’t leave it to chance

Your work at Beloit will open doors and create opportunities after graduation. We help you shape your interests and passions into a path leading to the future you want. The future you choose.

Finding your Channel

Maybe you already know where you want to land in life. Maybe not, and so you’re excited to explore new interests. Either way, Beloit’s Career Channels program helps you get where you want to be. Choose a Channel— Arts, Business & Entrepreneurship, Health & Healing, Justice & Rights, Sustainability, or Worldbuilding — that sparks your passion. Or, move among Channels to find your perfect fit.

In a recent interview, Emma Koeppel'16 shares insights with Beloit students about her positio... In a recent interview, Emma Koeppel'16 shares insights with Beloit students about her position as an Environmental Education Site Manager at the School District of Waukesha's Environmental Education Center.

Building Your professional network

Alumni Connections

Beloit alumni work in interesting and meaningful jobs around the world. Through Career Channels, we connect students to these alumni who share their experiences, wisdom, and connections.

We teach students the skills they need to make the most of these connections — while they are students and for the rest of their lives.

 learning through practice

Campus Experiences

We believe your work outside the classroom is just as important as your coursework in preparing you for success after graduation. 

We help you find a campus job that connects to your professional interests and guide you toward clubs that advance causes important to you. 

All these experiences give you the essential skills employers seek.

A grassroots student movement transformed a formerly derelict college property beside the Rock Ri... A grassroots student movement transformed a formerly derelict college property beside the Rock River into the Buccaneer Boathouse, a destination for students to get out for a paddle on the water.

As choir director for Gospel Express, a summer camp for local elementary and middle schoolers, Jo... As choir director for Gospel Express, a summer camp for local elementary and middle schoolers, Jonathan Dudley'20 fused his love of gospel music with his research on the evolution of black power movements.

Working in your field

Jobs & Internships

At Beloit, we mentor you to find jobs or internships that give you experience in the real world.

Your Channel mentors and alumni in your field of interest help you find job opportunities during the summer and school year. These experiences help launch you into a career after Beloit.

expanding YOUR SKILLset

Courses

Whether at Beloit or while studying abroad, you can take courses to explore your interests and build life skills. 

Many courses at Beloit incorporate professional skill-building; alongside your major, you learn how to write resumes and cover letters, build and sustain professional networks, and tell your story to future employers.

In professor Kate Johnston's new course, Topics in History: Sickness, Health and Medicine in ... In professor Kate Johnston's new course, Topics in History: Sickness, Health and Medicine in Early America, students examine how previous disease outbreaks have fanned fear and racism.

Beloit Executive-in-Residence Matt Laszlo'92 and Channel mentor Brian Morello help students r... Beloit Executive-in-Residence Matt Laszlo'92 and Channel mentor Brian Morello help students revise their resumes.

receiving Support and guidance

Mentors

Beloit professors and staff help you explore the things you are interested in and find opportunities for you to learn and grow. They connect you with alumni who share advice, career path insights, internships, and job opportunities

Whether you’re ready to jump in right away or still exploring options, we’re here to help: our Career Channel mentors are ready to guide you through a rich, exciting, and forward-looking four years at Beloit and beyond.

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