We're on Your Team!

Our career coaches are here to partner with you on your career journey. We offer several types of coaching services, including drop-in hours, career exploration appointments, and industry-specific appointments. The below tools will help you find the right appointment type for you and inform you how to proceed. We look forward to connecting with you. 
 

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The health and safety of our community is our top priority. As a result, all of our services, including career coaching and drop-in hours, will be virtual for the Spring 2021 semester. We want to reassure you that we will continue to provide a high level of service and support. The information below will help you find the right appointment type to meet your goals. 

Career Exploration

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One-on-one discussions with a career exploration coach that can help you get started and gain clarity on your career direction.

Ideal for:

Getting started with the Career Center

Choosing a major

Identifying career fields of interest

Narrowing down career options

To schedule:

Use your Handshake account to schedule a meeting with one of our career coaches. 

Tips For Your Appointment

Career Cluster

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One-on-one discussions with an industry-specialist coach to help you launch a job/internship/graduate school search. 

Ideal for:

Strategizing a job/internship search

Preparing for graduate school

Preparing for a behavioral interview

Evaluating an offer

To schedule:

Use your Handshake account to schedule a meeting with one of our career coaches. 

Tips For Your Appointment

Resume/Cover Letter Reviews

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Beginning May 10, the Career Center will be offering 15-minute resume and cover letter review appointments. Students can schedule an appointment with a career coach via Handshake during the summer to have their documents reviewed. 

To schedule:

Use your Handshake account to schedule a meeting with one of our career coaches. 

Career coaching is available to all undergraduate students and graduate students currently enrolled in degree-granting programs within MCAS, CSON, LSOEHD, WCAS, and STM, as well as alumni within five years of graduation. We currently do not serve students in exclusively online programs. 

For Virtual Appointments

Use your Handshake account to schedule an exploration or career cluster appointment with a career coach. 

To schedule:

  1. Log in to your Handshake account. 
  2. Select "Career Center" and then "Appointments"
  3. Click the "Schedule a New Appointment" button. 
  4. Choose the appropriate category from the list. We offer appointments in all of our career clusters.
  5. Select the type of appointment from the list.
  6. Select a time that works for your schedule.
  7. Select the appointment medium (Google Meet or Phone) and fill out the required fields.

Tips For Your Appointment

For Resume/Cover Letter Reviews

Beginning May 10, the Career Center will be offering 15-minute resume and cover letter review appointments. Students can schedule an appointment with a career coach via Handshake during the summer to have their documents reviewed. 

To schedule:

  1. Log in to your Handshake account. 
  2. Select "Career Center" and then "Appointments"
  3. Click the "Schedule a New Appointment" button. 
  4. Choose Resume/Cover Letter Review
  5. Select a time that works for your schedule.
  6. Fill out the required fields

Note: You will receive a calendar invitation from a career coach with a link to a Google Meet on the day of your appointment.

 

Upon conclusion of a career coaching discussion, you will feel you have made progress in addressing your current career questions and be able to:

  • Articulate 1-3 next steps in your career discernment and planning.
  • Identify at least one career resource available to you based on your current career needs.

In addition, depending on the content of your career coaching discussion, you may be able to:

  • Connect the skills you are gaining at Boston College to potential career options.
  • Describe at least one tool or strategy you can use to explore career fields. 
  • Identify at least one skill you hope to incorporate into your career paths that aligns with the skills employers are seeking in recent college graduates.
  • Connect the skills, interests and values you are gaining at Boston College to specific opportunities of interest.
  • Articulate your experiences, skills, interests, and values in application materials such as resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, and personal statements.
  • Verbally explain how your experiences, skills, interests, and values relate to opportunities.
  • Create a plan to develop the skills and competencies required for a particular field of interest.
  • Outline a plan of action for your search process.
  • Articulate at least one tip or strategy for communicating effectively with alumni and professionals.

Meet Our Career Coaches

Ama Agumeh

Healthcare and Nursing Coach

 

Salvatore Cipriano

Government, Law, and Public Policy Coach

Hannah Fatemi

Career Exploration Coach

 

Rachel Greenberg

Director, Career Education and Strategy

Peter Hunt

Education, Nonprofit, and Social Service Coach

 

Salome Miclette

Communication, Arts, and Media Coach

Kayla Pelland

Science, Technology, and Engineering Coach

Jabril Robinson

Business, Consulting, and Finance Coach

Julianne Smith

Career Exploration Coach