The Career Development office at the Carroll School offers personalized resources to MSF students at every step of the career search. Even after you’ve graduated, you’ll have access to career services for alumni. For more information, please contact us.
Here’s an overview of career services for MSF students.
Throughout your graduate program, experienced career advisors are available to help you set career goals, develop a strategic search plan, and execute an effective internship or job search. We encourage you to meet often with your career advisor. You may schedule an appointment by emailing email@example.com.
Part-time MSF students may schedule an advising appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your availability, a brief agenda and your current resume.
MSF students have access to a wealth of job and internship opportunities through MBA Focus/GTS, the Carroll School’s online career network. Students may also post resumes to MBA Focus/GTS. To access the network, complete the Campus Recruiting Agreement.
Part-time MSF students may access MBA Focus/GTS within 12 months of graduation.
GRADUATE STUDENT CLUBS
Clubs give students the opportunity to meet peers who share their career interests. Many clubs host alumni panels and speakers to keep their members current on industry and functional trends. Visit the GMA website to learn how to get involved.
INFORMATION AND NETWORKING SESSIONS
The Carroll School regularly welcomes employers to campus to speak with graduate students. These visits are excellent opportunities to make contacts and learn everything a serious candidate should know about a company. Check the weekly Career Development newsletter and the MBA Focus/GTS calendar for upcoming events.
Strengthen your interviewing skills by scheduling a mock interview with your career advisor. It’s a great way to practice answering questions and gain valuable feedback. See our Interview Guide for additional strategies.
Career Development distributes a weekly newsletter on Fridays, highlighting new postings and upcoming events. If you are not receiving the newsletter, please contact Maryellen Jordan.
Throughout the year, the Career Development office hosts group workshops designed to help students prepare for the job search. Workshops focus on improving interview skills, developing effective approach and follow-up techniques, building networks, and more. Check MBA Focus/GTS to browse upcoming workshops.
BOSTON COLLEGE CAREER ADVISORY NETWORK
Graduate students at the Carroll School have access to a wealth of contacts and experience through the Career Advisory Network, a database of Boston College alumni who are willing to share their expertise and professional knowledge with students and fellow alumni. To access the network, log in to Agora, go to Career Services, click on Alumni Career Network, and then click on Search.
POLICY ON CONTINUATION OF SERVICES
Career Development resources are available to all currently enrolled MBA, MSF, and MSA students, and to alumni of these programs. Enrolled students in each of these programs enjoy access to the resources, as defined for their program population, throughout their course of study. Enrolled students convert to alumni status 90 days after graduation or on August 31, whichever comes first. For more information, see Career Development Policies.
Career Development resources are provided for the exclusive use of Boston College students, administrators, faculty, and alumni. Sharing of access information beyond the Boston College community is prohibited and may result in your access being suspended and/or terminated.