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Career Works


We’re here to help you explore and pursue your career interests.

At Beloit College, we know that a strong academic foundation and career readiness will be key to our students’ future well-being. That is why our curriculum, co-curriculum, and residential campus support learning outcomes that lead to success in careers, further studies, and life. Referred to as soft-skills in the past, today these learning outcomes are widely considered essential, no matter the focus of a student’s studies or career ambitions.

Each student’s pathway to success is unique. That’s why from the moment a student steps on campus, Career Works helps them navigate their pathway, from connecting with a Career Channel, to pursuing an internship, and identifying their passion and purpose. Importantly, we also help students develop and tell the story of what they can do and why, so that employers and graduate programs take notice.

The result is that Beloit College alumni discover joy, challenge, and meaning in their careers and lives beyond Beloit.

Work With Us!

We want to work with you! Here’s how:

  • Use our online resources, including Handshake and GoinGlobal (accessed through Handshake). Both platforms connect you with job search tools and professional development resources.
  • Drop-in to our office , located in Pearson’s on the first floor of Pearsons. We’re available for quick questions and as a comfortable space to study and connect. 
  • Make an appointment with one of our professional or student staff on Handshake, to discuss career exploration, resumes and cover letters, job and internship searching, and more!
  • Attend our signature programming to learn about the knowledge, skills, and abilities you’ll need to embark on a career.
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A co-founder of the environmental podcast Anthropause, Simone Rawal’20 is pursuing graduate studies in order to help countries in the Global South better understand natural hazards and climate change and reduce their vulnerability to them.
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University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Graduate School Opportunities

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Mark Anderson’17 graduated from Beloit College as a physics major, but much as he liked the brain work involved, he wanted a career where the impact on people would be more immediately clear. Today he works in food safety at Badger Murphy.

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