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Advise other Beloiters

Becoming a Beloiter is a perpetual process of actively learning while engaging in the world. Following graduation, we hope that being a Beloiter means an active commitment to strengthening the Beloit College community by becoming a mentor to a current student, or sharing the gifts of your time, insight, and experience. 

Students and faculty members are extraordinarily interested in connecting with you . . . here are some of the ways how you can help them become practitioners of the liberal arts.

Volunteer for Beloit

There are loads of reasons to volunteer . . . and countless ways to do so.  Find out more about (just some of) the hundreds of ways to get involved on Alumni Relations' Get Involved page. Then get ready to meet and connect with fellow alumni and favorite professors, inspire students, and reconnect with your Beloit by filling out the volunteer interest form

Once we receive it, we'll be in touch to discuss upcoming opportunities to share your time and talent.

Join the Beloit Career Network

The Beloit Career Network (BCN) is an opportunity for alumni, current students, and other supporters of the college to connect and engage through their shared academic and professional pursuits.

As a mentor within the BCN, you will be able to specify the number, frequency, and type of potential connections you would like to make.  Students and alumni within the network will search the network through the Liberal Arts in Practice Toolbox and may invite you to connect through email.

If you are an alumnus(a) who has not yet joined but would like to be a part of the BCN, please contact the Liberal Arts in Practice Center at We will work with you to set up your BCN account. Current members of the BCN are invited to keep their profile updated by visiting the Toolbox at anytime!

Host a Student on an Alternative Break Trip

Each year, the Liberal Arts in Practice Center and Alumni Relations co-coordinate the In-Practice Trip and the Sophomore Shadow Program, two multi-day events which afford students the opportunity to meet and work with alumni in various cities around the country, explore possible careers, and cultivate their professional network.  

The success of both events relies on the commitments of overnight hosts, job site hosts, and a network of other alum!  For more information on the possibility of getting involved in this year's event, please contact the LAPC at