online recruiting system where employers post jobs and internships.
Q: Why should faculty create a CareerLink Account?
A: Faculty can learn about current job openings, internship
opportunities and career-related resources available
to their students.
Please contact Career Services @ 508-531-1328 or email email@example.com for faculty username and password.
Faculty Referral Form: Faculty can complete our online referral form to have Career Services follow up with an employer.
Workshop Request Form: Faculty can complete our online request form to
schedule a Career Services workshop during class or when you expect to be absent
as part of our "Don't Cancel That Class" program.
What Can I Do With This Major?: Wondering how to connect majors to careers? Click on majors of interest to see outlines of common career areas, employers, and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities. Choose links to find a list of websites that provide additional information. Select printable for a PDF version.
Understand that the areas and websites are representative of typical career paths associated with each major and not a comprehensive list. Explore multiple majors to learn about a wide range of career opportunities.
Career Survey Results - Class of 2011
Join the Career Services LinkedIn group and get connected.
Annual Events Faculty can Help Promote to Their Students:
Job Shadow during Winter Break
Eligible undergraduates shadow a professional for either full day or a half day.
Education Career Fair
The annual teacher job fair.
Senior Job Search Boot Camp
Series of events designed to transition seniors from college to career.
Annual Job Fair
A fair providing information on job and internship opportunities across the state.
Experiential Learning Expo
Students present on their out-of-classroom experiences to the campus community through oral presentations and professional posters.
The Tinsley Public Service Internship Award
BSU Foundation Internship Award
Life Sciences Summer Institute
Dr. Roger Dunn, Art
Dr. Deniz Leuenberger, Political Science
Prof. Fran Barth, Psychology, Field Work Coordinator
Last Modified: March 13, 2013