boston college career center
Discover the Liberal Arts Advantage
Endeavor is a free three-day career exploration program during Winter Break. Together with alumni, career coaches, and past Endeavor participants, you’ll learn how to connect your liberal arts education to your future. Through lively conversations, hands-on activities, and career treks into Boston, you will reflect, explore, and prepare to act on your career interests and goals.
Join Us at Endeavor
January 8–10, 2020
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1. You will discover how your liberal arts degree can give you an edge in the workplace through hands-on activities and reflection.
2. You will connect with BC alumni who will offer stories and advice based on their career experiences.
3. You will explore the exciting places your degree can take you through interactive discussion and career treks into Boston.
4. You will grow from a reflective experience focused on your interest, education, and plans for the future—and prepare to better articulate your strengths as you consider future internships and job opportunities.
After completing Endeavor...
of 2018 participants were able to identify at least one career field that they were interested in further exploring.
of 2018 participants learned how to articulate how the skills they were gaining while at BC translate to the workplace.
of 2018 participants knew their next 1-3 steps in their career discernment and planning process.
"The one immediate thing Endeavor gave me was confidence. It didn’t feel like I belonged to this traditional path that many students at BC so vehemently seem to pursue. After Endeavor, I realized that was OK. I would make my own path, meet the right people, and find my way– the Nat way. Everyone has their own unique success story. I will too! I ended up getting an incredible internship in NYC that summer thanks to my newfound confidence."
—Natasha Murcia '19
Endeavor is sponsored by the Boston College Career Center, Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, Boston College Division of Student Affairs and the Boston College Alumni Association.
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