of 2019 participants identified they knew how to explore different career fields
Discover the Liberal Arts Advantage
Endeavor is a free three-day career exploration program during Winter Break. Together with alumni, career coaches, and peer leaders, you’ll discover the power of your liberal arts degree and how it gives you an edge in the workplace.
Through reflective activities, conversations with alumni, and career treks into Boston, you will explore and gain clarity around your career options.
By the end of Endeavor, you will be empowered to take control of your career journey and you will leave knowing at least one career field you are interested in further exploring.
January 8–10, 2020
Sophomores and Juniors
MCAS, LSOEHD (Applied Psych only)
How To Register:
Registration opens October 1, 2019
The Liberal Arts Advantage
No matter what you study at Boston College, you are gaining skills employers value most. You are becoming a well-rounded person who is prepared to take on the complex problems facing the world today and in the future. This is the liberal arts advantage.
Endeavor is brought to you in partnership with the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences and the Boston College Alumni Association.
Endeavor is designed to help you better understand how the skills you are gaining through your coursework and extracurricular experiences translate to potential careers. You will be led through the three-day program by past participants, known as Endeavor Fellows, along with Career Center staff and returning alumni.
2020 Keynote Speaker
Each year we invite an accomplished Boston College alum to Endeavor to speak about the advantage provided by a liberal arts education. We are excited to announce Grace Zuncic '05 as the 2020 Endeavor keynote speaker.
Impact of Endeavor
Past participants tell stories of how Endeavor helped them connect their skills, interests, and values to meaningful career opportunities.
After Completing Endeavor:
of 2019 participants identified at least one career field they were interested in exploring
of 2019 participants could identify 1–3 skills they hoped to incorporate in to their career paths