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Career & Community Engagement Center


Prepare and Practice—Your Future is Waiting

Students - You can connect with Career and Community Engagement Center staff members in three ways.

Starting March 30, we are offering Zoom drop-in hours, Monday through Friday. Here are our links for these regular sessions:

Career and Community Engagement Center staff are STILL AVAILABLE for regular video or phone appointments. To learn how to make an appointment through Handshake, please refer to these directions

Finally, we will be hosting workshops throughout the remainder of the semester through Zoom. Check out our Events on Handshake section or check our News & Events page to learn more!

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.

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.

Contact Us

608-363-2675careerandcommunity@beloit.edu

Office Location

Career and Community Engagement Center, 703 Emerson St.
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Career & Community Engagement Center News

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