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Career Development and Calling

Planning your career is about discovering how you can use your gifts to serve others, live out your calling, and make a positive impact in your community and workplace.

We're here to serve Bethel students and alumni in their career development. Take a look at how we can support you—from exploring strategies for a successful job search, to holding practice interviews, to offering career assessments.

One of the best places to start is talking with a career specialist. They'll get you pointed in the right direction.

Handshake

A self-managed posting site where students, alumni, and employers can connect.

EMPLOYERS:

Register for an account by creating a profile for yourself and then for your company. Or connect to your company's already established profile. 

Please note: for the safety of our students and the children and families we serve, Bethel is not currently accepting postings from private families/individuals.

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STUDENTS/ALUMNI:

JOB POSTINGS: Check out jobs and internships posted directly to Bethel University's Handshake platform. Set up your account to recieve new job postings that align with your interests. 

APPOINTMENTS: Students and recent alumni can set up appointments with a career counselor through Handshake. To sign in, use your Bethel login and password and look for the Career Center tab. Alumni who do not have a login can call our office at 651.638.6460.

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Students

Learn about the services we offer to walk you through every step of planning your career from your freshman year through your senior year and throughout your career!

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Alumni

Whether you’re looking for a few tips on improving your resume or moving through a total career transition, our team is here to support you in your career development.

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Employers

Post jobs, connect with Bethel students, and talk with our team about how we can partner with your business or organization.

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Faculty & Staff

Learn how you can support your students as they plan for what’s next after Bethel. We’re happy to come present in class or connect with you to figure out how we can offer our support.

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Parents & Families

Get tips for how to support your student in their career discernment. Plus, see how your business or place of work can partner with our office.

Upcoming Events

SEPT 17 2020

Employer Showcase

7 p.m.

Learn about job and internship opportunities and network with company representatives!

OCT 28 2020

Project Ex: Explore, Experience, Execute

Virtual

Project Ex is an annual one-day conference sponsored by Bethel's Department of Business and Economics designed to help students of any major think seriously about their future.

NOV 4 2020

Government and Nonprofit Career Fair

10 a.m. U of M's Coffman Memorial Union

Looking for a job or internship that makes a difference? Attend the 2019 Government & Nonprofit Career Fair!

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