Explore the Liberal Arts
During your first year on campus, you have loads of opportunities to explore what it means to be a student of the liberal arts . . . and a student at Beloit! Here are some of the key ways to start exploring today:
Clubs and organizations on campus are looking to draw on your energy and help you hone your passions and skills. Contact Student Engagement and Leadership or B-Link in order to find out more about what's out there to get involved with!
Interested in developing your leadership skills while serving the broader Beloit community? You have as much to gain as to give as a volunteer at a local organization! Submit a Volunteer Interest Form to the Campus and Community Outreach Center in order to find out more information on what opportunities are out there, and how to get involved!
Get a Job
Each year, well over half of Beloit students are employed on campus, gaining skills and experience, social acumen and awareness of themselves! They find teachers and teachable moments everywhere . . . and you will too! Find more about current opportunities for employment here. The list is updated regularly . . . remember to check back frequently!
If you are working during the school year, consider getting credit for it! Sign up for FEP 201.2--a field experience course that provides opportunities to reflect and deepen your engagement with your work-study or off campus work. Find out more about the course offering on the Portal.
Get to LAPC
Want to explore opportunities for summer internships or employment? Interested in developing a resume or cover letter? LAPC's Career Peer Advisers can help you take the next step! In order to make an appointment, click here!
Check out the LAPC Toolbox in order to download valuable resources and search current internship and job opportunities. The Toolbox is regularly updated . . . and catalogs thousands of openings worldwide!
Join the First Year Exploratory Program
The Liberal Arts in Practice Center offers the First Year Exploratory Program, a semester long program designed to help students be proactive in pursuing liberal arts in practice experiences while starting their academic careers.
In this 0.25 credit course students work with a staff mentor on a weekly basis to develop their academic and career interests! Our goal is to help you design learning experiences and to submit successful applications for summer opportunities.
Mentoring Forward, WisCAMP, Mellon Graduate School Exploratory Fellowship Program (GSEF) or McNair eligible students are eligible for this spring semester program.