Welcome to Career Services!

 

Career Services 2015 Career Fair

Monday, March 2

10:30 am – 1:30 pm
Gassett Fitness and Recreation Center
Bring your resume and please dress professionally.

Prepare for the career fair by attending these prep week activities!

Monday, February 23
11 am How to Prepare for Career Fair and your 30 Second Pitch in the career services office (ECC 105)
4:30 pm Interview Prep in the career services office (ECC 105)
Tuesday, February 24
11 am How to Prepare for Career Fair and your 30 Second Pitch in the career services office (ECC 105)
5 pm Resumes and How to Prepare for Career Fair in the career services office (ECC 105) first session of Go Pro! one credit course
Open to all students regardless of taking the class
Wednesday, February 25
5 pm Resumes and How to Prepare for Career Fair in the career services office (ECC 105) first session of Go Pro! one credit course  
Open to all students regardless of taking the class
Thursday, February 26
9 am – 4 pm Practice Interviews with State Street (call 978.542.6406 to reserve your interview time)
Friday, February 27
9 am – 12 pm and 1 – 4 pm All Day Walk In and Resume Assistance

Walk-in Hours

Monday
11 am –12 pm Center for Academic Excellence (Library and Learning Commons)  
2 – 3 pm Sullivan Building (School of Education, Room 304)
Tuesday
10 am – 12 pm Career Services office
3 – 5 pm Central Campus (Bertolon School of Business, Room 215 )
Wednesday
10 am – 12 pm Career Services office
2 – 3 pm Sullivan Building (School of Education, Room 304)
Please note that all walk-in hours are suspended during finals, breaks, Thanksgiving week, and the summer. Contact career services at 978.542.6406 to make an appointment during those times.

Services

We offer comprehensive career planning support to undergraduate/graduate students and alumni by:

  • Helping them gain skills they can use throughout their lifetime
  • Empowering them to proactively manage their career
  • Assist students and alumni conduct a thorough self-assessment (clarifying values, interests, skills, and personality preferences)
  • Provide access to occupational, job search, labor market, and graduate school information
  • Teach job search skills and strategies to enable students and alumni to conduct successful targeted job searches
  • Collaborate with employers to cultivate strong relationships that result in challenging employment opportunities for our students and alumni, and that satisfy employer needs
  • Encourage employers to engage with us by participating in career services events, informal class presentations and company project assignments for our students