Career Programs & Events
boston college career center
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The Career Center offers a range of customized programs to support students of all majors at any stage in the career decision making process, as well as in their internship or job search. Check out our large-scale career events, as well as our weekly and on-request offerings below, all designed to help you in your career development.
This list is always evolving - check back for new events.
Want more details on upcoming events? Visit EagleLink for time, date, location, RSVP and more!
Informal gatherings led by Career Center staff, Career Chats allow students to engage in discussion around various career-related topics with their peers. See the schedule in EagleLink.
Industry-focused career fairs are happening throughout the year enabling BC students to meet potential employers and make professional connections.
Office hours with alumni and employers in the Career Center. This is a unique opportunity for a one-on-one meeting with 'experts' in your field of interest to ask job search questions, receive resume and LinkedIn tips, and get feedback on a mock interview. Check the schedule in EagleLink and make your reservation for an Expert-in-Residence session, happening throughout the semester.
Workshops are available for classes, residence halls, and student groups and organizations upon request with a variety of topics available from which you can choose.
The Career Center offers a wide array of programs to support students of all majors with their career decision-making process as well as their career search. Below is a listing of our major Spring 2017 events. For more or to register, visit bc.edu/eaglelink.
Wednesday, September 6
Join us for a festival to kick off the new year! Play games, meet the Career Center team, and make your way through O'Neill Plaza to get a free t-shirt*. Along the way, you'll learn about the resources and services we offer to all students, whether you are:
– reflecting on how your skills, interests, and values relate to career options,
– exploring a range of careers that interest you,
– preparing for a targeted internship/job search or for graduate programs, or
– achieving your goals!
Also, connect with student organizations and departments across campus that can help you get involved and build your skills.
*while supplies last!
Public Accounting Career Fair
Friday, September 8
Meet with representatives from ~25 public accounting firms looking to hire both undergraduate and graduate students for full-time jobs and internships.
Eagle Internship Gallery
Friday, September 8
Eagle Fellows have spent the summer exploring their passions at internship locations across the globe. Join us to learn about their amazing experiences and how those experiences have or will connect back to their studies and to hear more about the Eagle Intern Fellowship Program.
Fall Career & Internship Fair and Student Reception
Tuesday, September 12
Access 150 organizations hiring for full-time and internship positions across a wide variety of industries.
Endeavor Registration Opens
Monday, October 2
A three-day career exploration program, Endeavor brings together sophomores pursuing degrees in the liberal arts with alumni, faculty, and friends. Through lively conversations, hands-on activities, and career treks into Boston, participating students will explore, reflect, and learn how to act on their career interests and goals, while connecting the value of their liberal arts education to their future.
Launch – The Career Week for Juniors and Seniors
Monday, October 16–Saturday, October 21
Launch features a collection of career events and you're invited to attend one or all of the events as you so choose. Throughout the week you will have the chance to learn how to articulate your skills, experiences and identity in your job or internship search. You will leave empowered with concrete action steps to define and reach your professional goals.
Saturday, October 21
STEM Career & Internship Fair
Wednesday, October 25
Want to work in science, technology, environment, or math-related career fields? This is a don't-miss event for you – featuring organizations with full-time and internship opportunities in diverse STEM industries and job functions.
The Communications and Marketing Careers Information Exchange
Wednesday, November 8
Network with professionals working in communications and marketing in a variety of industries. This off-campus event also gives you the opportunity to talk with peers from other Boston-area universities with similar career interests.