Prepare for Your Search

There is no single way to find a job or internship. Your search will be unique to you and your goals. The Career Center is here to partner with you on your way to finding a meaningful career. The resources on the following pages will help you launch your job or internship search, prepare your application materials, interview, and evaluate offers. 

Prepare to Apply

Resumes

Put your best foot forward with a concise summation of your skills, education, goals, and experience.

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Cover Letters

Introduce yourself to a potential employer while demonstrating your communication skills and professionalism.

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Your Online Presence

A carefully crafted LinkedIn profile can help you establish connections and explore companies and industries.

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Networking

Put yourself out there by setting up informational interviews or talking with acquaintances about your career goals.

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Interviewing

Whether it's in person or by phone, brushing up on interview etiquette will help you make a great impression.

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Evaluating an Offer and Salary Negotiation

Learn how to evaluate a job offer and negotiate for the salary you deserve.

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From the Career Center Blog
Consider a Fellowship with a Nonprofit Organization  Link to article
Over the course of the next several months (and in spite of the  pandemic), a new class will leave college
January 21, 2021
BCCareerCenterTeam
Interested in Business, Consulting, and Finance? Follow These 5 Steps  Link to article
1. Read through the BCF (Business, Consulting, and Finance) webpage, including mini-sessions for liberal arts majors, sub-industry (e.g., accounting, human
January 21, 2021
BCCareerCenterTeam
Five Tips to Land a Business Internship as a Freshman or Sophomore  Link to article
In addition to some variation of the frequently-asked question “do freshmen get internships?”, we often hear a number related inquiries,
January 21, 2021
BCCareerCenterTeam