Connect with Employers and Alumni

The Career Center hosts large career and internship fairs as well as smaller industry-specific fairs and networking events to connect Boston College students with alumni and employers. Fairs and networking events are an opportunity to discover different industries and organizations and make connections in person. All events can be found in Handshake.


2021-2022 Career Fairs and Networking Events


Maroon: Career fairs representing all industries Blue: Business, Consulting, Finance Orange: Communication, Arts, Media Grey: Education, Nonprofit, Social Service Gold: Government, Law, Public Policy Dark Blue: Healthcare and Nursing Green: Science, Technology, Engineering

Virtual Fall Career and Internship Fair

Thursday, September 23, 1:00–5:00 p.m. EST, hosted on Handshake

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Marketing Networking Night

Tuesday, September 14, 6:00 p.m. EST


Careers in Tech Week

Monday, September 27–Friday, October 1

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Eagles in Law School Alumni Panel

Wednesday, October 6


Health Professions Week

Monday, October 18–Friday, October 22

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Healthcare Graduate School Fair

Wednesday, October 20, 2021. Registration opens Wednesday, October 6!

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Social Impact Careers Week

Monday, October 25–Friday, October 29

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Careers in International Affairs Week

Monday, November 1–Friday, November 5

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Career Week in Arts and Entertainment

Monday, November 8–Friday, November 12

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Diversity in Business National Career Fair

Tuesday, November 9, 2021, 4:00–8:00 p.m., Virtual

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Communication Alumni Panel

January 2022. More information to come.

Bank Week

February 1-4, 2022. More information to come.

Virtual Spring Career and Internship Fair

Thursday, February 17, 1:00–5:00 p.m. EST, hosted on Handshake

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Communication, Arts, and Media Employer Networking Night

March 2022. More information to come.

Sports Business Society Networking Night

March 2022. More information to come.

Tech & Entrepreneurship Fair

March 2022. More information to come.

Social Services Recruitment Fair

April 1, 2022. More information to come.

BC Career Center DEI Forum

April 7, 2022


Note: Events are subject to change. All changes will be reflected on this page and in Handshake. 

Career and Internship Fairs

The Career Center hosts career and internship fairs to connect students directly with employers looking to recruit Boston College talent. We host two large fairs at the start of each semester that cover a wide range of industries. We also host smaller, industry-specific fairs for students with more targeted interests. You can find all career fairs listed in Handshake. 


Upcoming fairs:

Virtual Spring Career and Internship Fair
Thursday, February 17, 2022
1:00–5:00 p.m. EST
Hosted on Handshake

Virtual career fair information

Networking Events

The Career Center hosts industry-specific networking events throughout the year to provide students the opportunity to explore career fields of interest, gain insight, make connections, and build their network. Below is a summary of major networking events. You can find all events listed in Handshake. 



What is the difference between a career fair and a networking event?

While both events provide an opportunity to network and make connections, a career fair is designed to help students make connections with recruiters who are seeking to fill full-time or internship roles. Networking events are more informational and designed to help students explore career fields of interest. 

Networking event information

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