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I am proud of the high standards and the people at Bethel. They are going to give you the tools and the help you need to succeed.
Erin Bradley ’14

Career Services

The Office of Experiential Learning and Career Services is newly located in the James A. Will Family Academic Center, room #102.

Services include:

We offer personalized service while you’re on campus, along with the opportunity to prepare for post-graduation success.

Using a wide variety of career-related resources, tools and web links, you can actively participate in the career development process. We’re available to help you:

  • create an Experiential Learning Student Profile
  • work on self-assessment and career exploration
  • develop a career plan
  • write a resume or cover letter
  • conduct a job search
  • prepare for an interview
  • seek internships or graduate schools
  • network with alumni and others
  • prepare teaching credential files

Workshops, career fairs and employment opportunities, both on and off campus, are coordinated and/or advertised through this office.

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