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Students and recent alumni can set up appointments with a career specialist 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 contact Bethel IT at 651.638.6500.

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Career counseling is strongly encouraged for every student, no matter your situation. For example, new students may want to explore their career options before finalizing their major, whereas seniors may need help polishing their resume and interviewing skills.

Common Questions and Topics

  • What can I do with my major? (Check out this great resource!)
  • I need help choosing a major.
  • I've heard about the career assessments, can I take one?
  • Where do I get started with networking?
  • Is my LinkedIn page set up for success?
  • How do I tailor my resume and cover letter to the job/internship I am applying for?
  • I have an upcoming interview; can you help me prepare for it?
  • I need a job.
  • Can you help with grad school applications?
  • I have no idea what I want to do…

Services for Students

Our career counselors offer services to all Bethel students and alumni across all schools.

  • Career and interest assessments
  • Choosing a major
  • Career counseling


  • Resume and cover letter writing
  • LinkedIn and networking
  • Internship search strategies
  • Interview preparation


  • Graduate school search and prep
  • Job search strategies
  • and more!


Find resources on everything from preparing resumes to writing cover letters to practicing for job interviews.

Career Resources

Jobs and Internships

Tips and advice for how to start the job or internship search process. Explore Bethel's online job posting site to see the latest open positions.

Job and Internship help

Career Planning

Learn about the career process and understand what it means to follow your calling while you're at Bethel and after you graduate.


Graduate School

Thinking about grad school? Here are a few questions to ask yourself to make sure that grad school is the right next step for your career.