The Boston College Career Center helps students discover their interests, identify internship and employment opportunities, and prepare for life after graduation. We work with students one-on-one and at events and programs throughout the year, advising on everything from researching majors, writing resumes, building a network, and developing interviewing skills, to tips for negotiating one’s first salary and more. We serve as connectors; helping you to identify your interests and then meet employers, alumni, and friends of BC to further explore those interests.
Our work is focused on helping students find their path at BC and beyond. We help you think about the big questions: What brings me joy? What am I good at? What does the world need me to be? And the more immediate challenges: What should I major in? What do I need on my resume to land a summer internship? Is graduate school right for me?
Our team works with each of BC’s schools and a large network of employers, alumni, and friends to help students identify and pursue interests in the form of majors, internships, post-graduation employment, and graduate study.
On this blog, you’ll find career-related content on a variety of topics, as well as career profiles of BC alumni, students, and faculty.
Learn more about the Career Center by visiting our webpage: bc.edu/careers