During my time at Carleton, I have had the opportunity to partake in many extra-curricular opportunities. The one experience that I have consistently participated in each year is being a Facilitator in the Bounce Back Program! Bounce Back came to my attention at the end of my first year. I applied to be a Facilitator
What was your favorite book or story growing up? It’s a question many of us can answer almost immediately with minimal thought. Maybe you have one that you read so many times you needed to get a second copy. Maybe you had a series of books you liked. Maybe you just read magazines. For me,
As you anxiously await the trailer for The Last Jedi (or watch it for the 100th time depending on when you read this), why not stop by the Star Wars exhibit in the Library’s entry display case. Take a look through action figures, books, movies, games and random other things that have been made over the
I have had the opportunity to serve as a Peer Helper in the 2016-2017 year for CU Don’t Know, Carleton’s alcohol awareness program. As Social Media Coordinator, I have been able to apply many of the skills needed in today’s digitally-oriented marketing field, engaged with Carleton’s incredible student-oriented community, and have experienced significant personal development.
Networking can be difficult for many people. It takes time and practice to master the art of networking. The best approach is to get out there and try it. The more you network the easier it will become. You will grow in both confidence and ability but first you need to take the first few
As my year as an International Student Services Peer Helper comes to a close, I am reflecting on my experience and how it changed my perception on work-life. Prior to working at the ISSO, I had not held any jobs with real-life working experiences, so I was both excited and scared to try out this new