Advice on Finding a Job/Internship
The office of Field and Career Services (FACS) has an overabundance of resources that can help you find an internship while you're still in school and a job once you stop coming around. Seventy-four percent of the class of 2002 were employed the year after they graduated. Twenty percent were already moving on to bigger, better degrees. FACS gives a four-year timeline to follow that can help students make the most of the resources available through their office as well as the college. Take a look at the timeline (on the Web site, beloit.edu/~facs), and get going. Meet with a FACS counselor or career advisor early to see what your options are as a first-year student. Talk with faculty and staff in fields you are interested in. Go to the Internship and Volunteer Expo during the fall semester.