Recruiting AHANA Students
reaching out to ahana students at boston college
AHANA is an acronym for African-American, Hispanic, Asian, Native American students.
A. General Information Session
The focus is the company and its job/internship opportunities. How all this information is presented is in your hands.
Option 1: Lunch & Learn-Tuesday or Wednesday, 12:00-1:00; lunch is provided with a maximum of 12-15 students.
Option 2: Dates, times, and locations are negotiated according to your availability and venue options
B. Workshop and Events
Typically, workshops have offered resume/cover letter critiques or mock interviews. As they are very open-ended, you may focus on general advice or information specific to applying to your company.
The AHANA Reception (immediately preceding our annual Career Fair in September) provides employers and organizations with an opportunity to meet 100+ AHANA students from all classes in a semi-informal setting.
Information Circulation via Email
- Monthly newsletter sent to AHANA faculty, staff, and students disseminates important information effectively to a large group quickly.
- E-mail announcement and reminders to AHANA students which can be targeted by major.
- Monthly newsletter sent to AHANA faculty, staff, and students disseminates important information effectively to a large group in a timely fashion.
- Email announcements and reminders to AHANA students that can be targeted by major.
An externship or job-shadowing experience generally lasts one to five days in duration. It will provide students the opportunity to gain an understanding of a career or industry in a focused and informative setting and observe professionals in their work environments. It also encourages students, alumni and organizations to forge strong and valuable connections in a shared experience. The Externship Program is not for academic credit and students are not compensated, but the experience will be greatly beneficial to both the students and sponsors. If you would like to participate, click here for more information. If you have questions about the program, please contact the Career Center at (617) 552-3430 or via email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Externship dates/application will be updated in the late fall to reflect the 2009 winter externship experience. We are looking for externship sponsors in NYC and Boston.
Connection to AHANA Students via Student Organization
For more information please contact AHANA Career Services at email@example.com or by phone at 617-552-3430.
AHANA Career Services
For more information about AHANA Career Services, please visit our web page.