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Center for Careers, Life, and Service

  1. Max Hill sitting on a wall at Castle Montjuic, Barcelona, Spain, at sundown

    Study Abroad Helps Clarify Career Objectives

    Jan 24, 2020
    Gilman Scholarship makes study abroad even more affordable for a first-generation student.
  2. Campus Update: Center for Careers, Life, and Service

    Nov 19, 2019
    Through individualized advising, innovative career education programming, and robust experiential learning opportunities, Center for Careers, Life, and Service aims to provide each student the tools and resources they need to design and lead a life that reflects their personal, professional, and civic aspirations.
  3. Shafiq Khan

    EMPOWER PEOPLE: Grinnell Prize Winner Shafiq Khan

    Oct 17, 2019
    On a special episode of All Things Grinnell, host Ben Binversie talks with Shafiq Khan, the 2019 winner of the Grinnell College Innovator for Social Justice Prize.
  4. Paul Chan Htoo Sang

    A Summer of Advocacy and Support

    Aug 20, 2019
    What started as a classroom lecture became a way to advocate for immigrants.
  5. globe

    Two Seniors Receive Fulbright Grants to Teach English in Poland and Taiwan

    May 08, 2019
    Thanks to Fulbright U.S. Student Grants, Andrea Baumgartel ’19 and Katherine McDonald ’19 will serve as assistant English teachers and cultural ambassadors in 2019–20.
  6. Malia Wells works an afternoon shift at Mid-Iowa Community Action.

    CLS Program Connects Grinnell-Area Organizations With Paid Student Volunteers

    Apr 18, 2019
    From local poverty alleviation organizations to schools and conservation groups, the city of Grinnell and surrounding communities are filled with people who welcome the help of Grinnell College volunteers.
  7. Mark Zimmermann puts on a wetsuit for students during their tour of the Alaska Fisheries Science Center in Seattle

    Students Discover How Alumni Utilize Data Science on Seattle Spring Break Trip

    Apr 02, 2019
    During the STEM Career Community trek to Seattle this spring, students met data scientists who said their job didn’t theoretically exist.
  8. From left: Kate Rohrbuagh welcomes the group to headquarters of the Peace Corps.

    From the Peace Corps to the Pentagon, Students Explore International Affairs Over Break

    Apr 02, 2019
    The Rosenfield Program brings students out of the classroom to delve into international affairs in Washington, D.C., as part of the College’s globally informed, inquiry-led curriculum.
  9. Steven Duong

    Steven Duong ’19 Receives $30,000 Thomas J. Watson Fellowship

    Mar 16, 2019
    Steven Duong ’19, a newly selected Thomas J. Watson Fellow, will travel to Malawi, China, Thailand, and Trinidad and Tobago in 2019-20 to write poetry and explore the world of freshwater fish.
  10. Opeyemi Awe ’15

    Opeyemi Awe ’15 Named Schwarzman Scholar

    Dec 06, 2018
    Former Student Government Association President and Thomas J. Watson Fellow Opeyemi “Ope” Awe ’15 has been named a Schwarzman Scholar to pursue graduate study in global affairs in Beijing.

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