Steward and share human stories and connections
What is your dream career?
Perhaps you’ve been waiting to turn your passion for writing, marketing, and web design into a sustainable career.
Or you want to engage diverse communities fostering civic, social, and cultural dialogue, through fundraising for a local non-profit organization.
Chart your own path
Faculty and staff, fellow students, and alumni are all eager to support you as you explore the Logan Museum of Anthropology, the Wright Museum of Art, and the College Archives and begin to tell stories about the items you uncover there. In your courses, your on-campus work, and the internship opportunities you pursue, you will learn about organizing documents, artifacts, data and how to make the knowledge you gain accessible and engaging to a wider public.
We connect you with opportunities
Study off-campus and intern at world-renowned research and cultural institutions including the Newberry Library and the Field Museum in Chicago, and museums and libraries connected with The Philadelphia Center. Or experience a behind-the-scenes tour at one of these sites through the college’s annual Career Trek.
Study abroad worldwide to engage with galleries, museums, and archives. Enroll in curating courses, take an arts management course, or learn conservation techniques at partner institutions while still receiving Beloit College support and advising.
Internships and campus jobs introduce you to the history of Beloit and surrounding communities, while providing hands-on experience with collections management, exhibit design, and other aspects of cultural heritage work.
Through their connections to cultural institutions in Beloit, Chicago, Milwaukee, and Madison, Channels mentors can guide you to internship and career opportunities in the Midwest and beyond.
Curating & Communicating
Curating & Communicating
Nicolette empowers students and professionals with knowledge and skills through teaching and directorship of the Logan Museum of Anthropology and Center for Collections Care.
Susan Furukawa works with students to understand how the narratives people create are subject to cultural, historical, and sociopolitical influences. Furukawa-sensei and her students examine the ways in which language and stories are often used to curate our understanding of the environment and the world.
Kristin works closely with chemistry and biochemistry students interested in applying their skills to medicine, art, and museums. She also advises students interested in health professions.
As a collector of pre-revolutionary Russian postcards, she is especially interested in questions of value, the commodification of culture, the fetishization of objects, and the psychology of collecting itself. Donna teaches students Russian literature and culture.
As Curator at the Wright Museum and as an Art History Instructor, Christa Story provides hands on experience to emerging museum professionals and encourages students to think critically about art history and museum practice in the past, present, and future.
Leslie is an archaeologist who helps students understand the past through data literacy, analysis, and visualization.
Trekking northward for networking and career exploration
Students networked with alumni and explored careers in varied industries in the annual Career Channels Career Trek.more
Students participate in the Art Institute Chicago’s Partner Fest
Faculty and students learned about careers in the arts, curating, sustainability, and more at the Art Institute Chicago’s University Partner Fest.more