Carroll School students have two resources for career advising. First, the Boston College Career Center offers resume workshops, interview prep, access to on-campus recruiting and many more programs to help students with the internship and job search process. Please visit their website for a list of upcoming events.
The second resource for Carroll School students can be found right in Fulton Hall. Amy Donegan is a career services professional who has worked at the Boston College Career Center for over 15 years, her most recent role being the Associate Director/Carroll School liaison. In January 2011, Amy joined the undergraduate advising staff in the Carroll School as the Associate Director for Career Advising. Carroll School students now have Amy as their own dedicated career advisor in addition to the resources of the Career Center.
Amy has drop-in hours Monday through Wednesday from 1:00-3:00 pm in her office in Fulton 360C. Amy is also available during Dean’s Coffee on Thursdays.
There is a sign-up sheet daily outside her door where you can make appointments to discuss the job search, resumes, cover letters, interviewing, internships, etc.
You can also make an appointment for issues that may take more time such as mock interviews, a career assessment, deciding between offers, or formulating your job search. Sara Nunziata in Futon 360 can schedule an appointment for you.
- Marketing Career Night Held every April open to students interested in learning about careers aninternships in marketing. Dress professional or business casual.
Bring resumes if you have them.
- Career Launch: Held every January. This is a program to help sophomores/juniors get ready for the summer internship season. It offers an etiquette seminar, interview panel, resume writing and resume critiques by employers. It is free and open to all students.
- Interview Training Week: This program features interview skills workshops and mock interviews by employers. The Interview Training Week is aimed at getting seniors ready for the campus interviews that will begin as early as October. This event will be held in September for the Interview Skills Workshops (mandatory to attend one if you want to do a mock interview) and for the mock interviews held by employers at the Career Center. Students will sign up for a mock interview at the interview skills workshop.
A full list of events in the Carroll School can be found on the calendar.