Grace Grieve-Carlson ’19

Grace Grieve-Carlson ’19, an English major and Arabic minor, is a marketing and design assistant at the Career Development Center. She is the general manager of WMHC and hosts a radio show on Friday afternoons. She is also a member of the Unusual Suspects improv troupe, a cartoonist for the Mount Holyoke News and co-leads the student organization Comedy Collective.

Recent Posts

April 30, 2018

Five keys to finding opportunities in arts and communications

The path to a career in the arts can take many different directions, which means that finding your own next steps can sometimes be a challenge. With these tips and resources, you’ll be ready!

April 24, 2018

How to find — and connect with — alumnae

From scientists and writers to athletes and entrepreneurs, thousands of successful people call Mount Holyoke their alma mater — nearly 38,000, to be exact. If you want to discover career opportunities and make meaningful relationships with people in your field, our enthusiastic network of alumnae is a wonderful resource. Here’s how.

November 3, 2017

STEM interns share their stories

This summer, hundreds of Mount Holyoke students interned at companies and organizations around the world. Wondering how to get a STEM internship and what the experience will be like? Read on: Four students who did internships related to science and technology share their takeaways and insight.

July 25, 2017

Finding a summer internship: a monthly guide

Think you'll be swimming in free time come the start of the school year, and looking for fresh ways to spend it?

Riiiight. I didn’t think so. But even with classes, athletics, orgs, jobs and everything else a Mount Holyoke College student commits to, it’s important to keep career planning in the picture. Who knows when the next great opportunity will come your way? Luckily, Mount Holyoke is filled with resources to help you. Here’s a month-by-month guide to finding the perfect internship.

October 14, 2016

Professionalism: tips, tricks, and anecdotes

Professionalism is not a simple concept to pin down, but it’s a quality that virtually all employers look for. Beyond having the right mix of technical and executive skills, understanding what it means to be professional can help you stand out from the crowd when looking for jobs and internships. Here are six keys to professionalism.

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