Employer Registrations & Job/Internship Postings
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Boston College students and graduates bring ability, enthusiasm, and commitment to the workplace. Ready to recruit an outstanding intern or employee? Listed below are a few ways to connect with some outstanding candidates.
Employers recruiting through the Boston College Career Center are expected to abide by and adhere to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) “Principles for Professional Practice for Career Services and Employment Professionals and the US Department of Labor (WHD) requirements. In particular, please review Fact Sheet #71 as it relates to Internship Programs under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Please take a moment to review our guidelines before creating your account and posting a job or internship to Boston College students and graduates.
Thank you for your interest in recruiting Boston College students and alumni. We look forward to helping you reach your hiring goals.
Employers may post jobs for Boston College students and alumni on EagleLink, our online career management tool. The service is free if you’re only posting jobs for the BC community, and there is a small fee for multiple school listings.
Employers may post internships for Boston College students and alumni on EagleLink, BC’s online career management tool. You may also advertise your internship to students from BC and other selective colleges and universities that participate in the UCAN Internship Exchange.
Before you post, check out our tips for creating an effective internship.
On-Campus Recruiting Program
Employers may interview students on campus by participating in the Career Center’s On-Campus Recruiting Program.
Online Resume Books
Online Resume Books, comprised of graduates from the Class of 2018, are now available via EagleLink. This free service allows you to match the resumes of candidates with the requirements of the entry-level, full-time position for which you are hiring.
There are several Online Resume Books to choose from that represent a variety of career industry clusters. Categories include: Arts, Sports, Entertainment; Business Services, Consulting, Management; Communications, Media, Marketing; Consumer Products, Retail, Manufacturing; Education, Non Profit, Social Services; Financial Services, Accounting, Real Estate; Government, Law, Public Policy; Healthcare, Life and Physical Sciences; Technology, Start Ups, Entrepreneurship.
For access to the Online Resume Books, we require employers to have an active job listing in EagleLink. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and reference the job title and job ID # for the position. Also, include your desired industry cluster resume book selections (limit 3).
Boston College Career and Internship Fairs
Employers have access to a wealth of talent each fall at the Boston College Career Fair, and at the Internship Fair held each January. The Career Center also sponsors annual events for specific fields—including the Nursing Career Fair and the K-12 Education Career Fair.
If you are seeking students for part-time paid positions that may not be related to their academic pursuits, see the CollegeHelpers webpage.
If you are seeking current students for part-time volunteer opportunities, contact the Boston College Volunteer and Service Learning Center.
Questions? Please contact the Career Center.