boston college career center
By participating in the On-Campus Recruiting Program, students not only have the opportunity to meet a variety of employers, but they will gain several lifelong job search skills. Specifically, you will learn to prepare and submit electronically job application materials for internships and full-time positions, and you will also learn the importance of timeliness and accuracy in the application process.
STEP 1 - Mandatory Orientation
Schedule of orientation sessions and downloadable orientation documents.
STEP 2 - Links & Application Materials
Link to EagleLink, data sheets, and guidance on submitting writing samples and unofficial transcripts.
Campus Recruiting Program
A must-read featuring great tips and information about our Campus Recruiting Program.
Campus Recruiting Agreement
A must-read about Campus Recruiting Policies for students.
Offer and Acceptance Policy
A must-read about Offer and Acceptance Policies for students.
Resume Books Online
Graduating students have the option of publishing a resume in an Electronic Resume Book which employers may access. This option will be available in the spring of 2012.
How To Find Internships Through the Career Center
Internship Drop-In Hours; databases; online internship directories; student reviews of their internships.
Students Studying Abroad
Students studying abroad MAY NOT APPLY via EagleLink for jobs or internships posted on EagleLink if the employer is conducting ON-CAMPUS interviews for the position while the student is abroad. Students may use the EagleLink system to contact the employer directly to inquire about alternate arrangements.
Job Search Resources
FREE book-length career, industry and company guides from Vault's Career Insider.
Watch Career TV for great insights on interviewing with different companies!
Interested in connecting with employers for jobs and internships around the country? Attend a Career and Internships Connections Event held around the country!