As a registered nurse, Tara advises students about nursing careers.
Healing individuals, your community, and the world
What is your dream career?
Do you want to treat people, as a medical doctor, nurse, psychologist, occupational therapist, or certified nurse-midwife? Or perhaps your sights are set on doing research, advancing medical, pharmaceutical, and scientific knowledge and practice.
Do you seek to make a difference in your community, as a social worker, counselor, health and wellness coordinator, health advocate, or abuse prevention specialist? Or educate others about health, helping to reduce teen pregnancy or STI rates?
Maybe you want an international career improving health overseas, working in the Peace Corps, monitoring HIV rates, or building health clinic capacity.
We help you prepare for your future
You get personalized support for a successful transition to medical and other professional schools from the faculty and staff members of the Health Professions Advisory Committee.
From advice on what classes to take to prepare you for an advanced degree to help finding internships with local healthcare providers, we’re here to support you every step of the way.
Health & Healing
Health & Healing
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.
Sylvia works with students interested in developing and putting their Spanish and intercultural skills into practice in various settings, including medical and health related fields.
Ellie works with prospective students, current students, and alumni to create connections that promote readiness for physical and mental wellness careers after Beloit.
Ron works closely with students interested in working in public health and other community-based health promotion work.
Alumni in Action
Dear Beloiters working in Healthcare: Thank you
Health and Healing Career Alumni Panel
This panel brings together 7 alumni who hold positions in healthcare that are less “visible” in media and education than the positions of “doctor” or “nurse”. There will be discussion of how they got to the job they are in, how to navigate the healthcare job pool, and advice on how to translate your passions into positions. It is also a great networking opportunity!more
Finding More Than She Was Looking For
Talents can appear in many facets and forms and sophomore Quynn Evans is an example of extraordinary talent at Beloit College. A dance major on the pre-med nursing track, Quynn comes from a dance background and realized her interest and enthusiasm for the art form even before coming to Beloit.more