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Career & Community Engagement Center

Prepare and Practice—Your Future is Waiting

Fall 2020

For Fall of 2020, the Career & Community Engagement Center will be conducting most services remotely, including presentations and appointments.

Please check your Handshake account and your email for upcoming events and presentations!

Our professional and paraprofessional staff offer remote appointments over Zoom or phone, Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM-4:00 PM. 

To learn how to make an appointment through Handshake, please refer to these directions. For faculty, staff, or off-campus partners, please email us at

If you require an in-person appointment, please email and we will follow up with you as soon as possible.

*Please note that all in-person appointments and interactions will be limited to 15 minutes or less. In order to visit the Career and Community Engagement Center, you must follow Beloit College’s COVID-19 policies and procedures.

About the Center

Beloit is about connecting the richness of the classroom and campus life with the meaningful futures our graduates achieve. Throughout their educational experience, Beloiters learn to be effective communicators, productive collaborators, creative problem solvers and become intellectually and professionally agile.

Learn more from our student success stories!

From the first day you arrive on campus to graduation and beyond, the Career & Community Engagement Center is committed to assist you with the both/and education, specifically in:

In addition, our professional staff will help you get where you want to go — whether you want to volunteer, craft a resume, polish interview skills, find an internship or job or network with successful alumni.

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Career & Community Engagement Center News

Beloit Students Excel in Wisconsin Internships

A record number of Beloit College students are participating in this year’s nonprofit internship program, sponsored by the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.

Summer S.O.S: How to Build Your Career-Ready Summer

You probably know that your summer experiences are important to your future success. But what should you do? This discussion-based workshop will help you to identify which opportunities are best for you, over the summer: volunteering, interning, jobs, and more. You’ll also learn how to seek out opportunities for this summer.


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