Student Work & Internships


Your experiences outside of the classroom are also a vital part of your education!

Beloit students work with one of the many pieces of art in the permanent collection of the Wright... Beloit students work with one of the many pieces of art in the permanent collection of the Wright Museum of Art.

Build skills in the collections

Many on-campus jobs will give you direct access to Beloit’s unique and rich collections. You can also conduct independent research with the materials you discover.

  • Archives Assistants help to make Beloit’s history and archival records accessible to researchers and students. 
  • Museum Assistants work collaboratively with museum staff to catalog and research collections, develop and install exhibits, and design and deploy programs.
  • Work in the Costume shop, sewing clothing and managing the collection.

Practice communicating

Become professionally agile

  • Students work in paid internships each summer through the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, where you can gain hands-on experience in all aspects of running a major arts center, including exhibitions, business, finance, and marketing.
  • Students gain real professional experiences through paid internships at non-profits across Wisconsin each summer through the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities’ Nonprofit Internship Program.

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