Career & Community Engagement Center

Prepare and Practice—Your Future is Waiting

Lydia Wilson'21 with a slothful friend she made at her summer internship at the Wildlife Disc...Lydia Wilson'21 with a slothful friend she made at her summer internship at the Wildlife Discovery Center.

Beloit is about connecting the richness of the classroom and campus life with the meaningful futures our graduates achieve.  Learn about leadership and teamwork from ultimate frisbee and in your Econ class. Learn about climate change from a canoe. Understand the dynamics of race, class and gender at City Hall. How will it come together for you?

By working with the Career & Community Engagement Center you will unlock your both/and education:

  • Classroom and community experiences
  • Academic and professional preparation for meaningful careers
  • Personal fulfillment and civic engagement for lives of purpose

From the first day on campus to graduation and beyond, the Center’s staff will help you gain the tools and experience you need for success. Whether you want to volunteer, craft a resume, polish interview skills, find an internship or job, network with successful alumni—our professional staff will help you get where you want to go.

By the time you graduate, you will have both a transcript and a resume, well positioning you for your future.

Contact Us

Office Location

Career and Community Engagement Center, 703 Emerson St.
Meghan Reilly’s Internship Working with Spinal Cord Rehabilitation
Career & Community Engagement Center News

Meghan Reilly’s Internship Working with Spinal Cord Rehabilitation

Meghan’s internship at  the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab which specializing in spinal cord injuries was supported by funds from the Common Grant.  Meghan says,”It has impacted me tremendously in figuring out what I want to do after graduation from Beloit by allowing me to have one on one patient interactions.”
David Harrison’20 repairs donated medical equipment as a part of his summer internship with Project C.U.R.E.

David Harrison’20 Internship with Project C.U.R.E

David Harrison prepares donated medical supplies to be sent abroad. His internship helped prepare him for the future.  He says,”I am learning how to cooperate and work with other engineers and gaining an understanding of project management.”


Study Off-Campus in Spring 2020!

The Office of International Education will be accepting applications for Study Abroad and Domestic Off-Campus study on Monday September 16. 2019. For more information feel free to stop by the OIE or email us at


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