Career-planning checklist for first-year students
Advising - Our Career Staff can assist with self-assessment and career exploration in addition to enhancing job and graduate school search techniques. Career Counseling can help students define skills, values, and interests, while developing a plan for the future.
Internships - Internships help students gain the practical knowledge and skills that will be marketable upon graduation. Students plan their own internships, shaping them to fit their interests, skills, and academic background.
Grinnell Corps Applications
Selection Process Timeline
Grinnell Corps Applications will be accepted between October 27, 2014 and November 17, 2014.
Interviews of qualified candidates will be held in early December, 2014
Grinnell Corps Selection Criteria
Grinnell Corps fellows will be selected based on:
Whether you’re interested in identifying your strengths, launching your career, serving the community, or pursuing post-graduate study, Grinnell’s Center for Careers, Life, and Service (CLS) is here to help. You can meet with CLS staff to discuss career planning; identify service opportunities; find internships and job-shadows; apply for graduate school or post-graduate fellowships; and hone resumes, applications, and cover letters.
Career and Post-Graduate Study Planning
The mission of the Center for Careers, Life, and Service is to empower students and alumni to live, learn, and work with meaning and purpose.