Other Ways To Participate
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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.
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If you have questions about the program, please contact the Boston College Career Center at (617) 552-3430 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Externship dates/application will be updated in the late fall to reflect the winter externship experience. We are looking for externship sponsors in NYC and Boston.
Employers in Residence
Employers in residence commit to coming on campus on a regular basis to provide students with such services as resume critiques, practice interviews, and career advice. Through this program, students learn about industries and careers paths within their field(s) of choice and receive individualized career development advice from recruiters and managers in the field. This is an excellent opportunity to develop ongoing relationships with students and to increase your presence or promote your organization on campus. Employers could come as often as every week or as infrequently as once a month.
If you are interested in becoming an employer in residence, please contact Lou Gaglini, Associate Director, at (617) 552-3633 or email@example.com
Gifts & Sponsorships
Contributions of money or gifts in kind are always greatly appreciated at the Career Center. Examples of employer contributions in the past include: annual donations to support the resources in the career library; computer workstations for student access to on-line resources; scholarships and internship grants for AHANA students; publications for student and employer use.
To discuss ways in which your organization might contribute to the Career Center's resources, please contact Lou Gaglini, Associate Director, at (617) 552-3633 or firstname.lastname@example.org.