Beloit College is a small, private liberal arts college with a focus on putting the liberal arts in practice. This means that our students are routinely called upon to apply their learning in a variety of settings, from applied research to professional internships, from study abroad to community service. Due to this integrated approach, our students are well-equipped to address complex issues thoughtfully, ethically, and collaboratively.
We invite you to post internship and job openings to our online database, the Toolbox. This database reaches all current Beloit students and many Beloit alumni. Employers are able to post positions free of charge. Please email the Liberal Arts in Practice Center with any questions.
Connect with Beloit Students
For all inquiries related to recruiting at Beloit College, please contact Director of Career Development, Jessica Fox Wilson, in order to schedule your visit.
On Campus Information Tables
Meet with students on a day of your choosing from a highly visible on-campus location. On Campus Tabling typically occurs during the lunch and/or dinner hour, to maximize student traffic.
On Campus Interviews
We are able to offer room reservations for conducting interviews on campus. Room locations are available in the Liberal Arts in Practice Center or in other campus buildings, depending upon your needs.
On Campus Information Sessions
We can help you book a room and advertise your information session. Connect with students from around campus, in person. In addition to space, we can offer access to computers and projection equipment.
Inclusivity, Anti-Racism & Employers
In the Liberal Arts in Practice Center, we partner with organizations that:
- are committed to providing equal access to opportunities to all student and alumni members of our community;
- see the value of a diverse and inclusive workforce and the ways it makes organizations strong
- and promote an equitable workplace in both policies and practices.
At Beloit College, we have members who represent a wide variety of identities, cultures, backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. According to a recent Beloit College Fast Facts, Beloit College students come from approximately 46 states and 40 countries; over 20% of our students are domestic minorities and over 10% of our students are international. All of Beloit College’s job descriptions assert our commitment to anti-racism, equity, and inclusion as follows, “Because equity and inclusion are central to our students’ liberal education and vital to the thriving of all members of our residential learning community, Beloit College aspires to be an actively anti-racist institution.” In the Liberal Arts in Practice Center, we support this aspiration and we hope that this aspiration extends to those organizations we invite into our community. We recognize that students’ unique social identities impact the way that they experience all aspects of their lives, including their lives in the workplace.