Career Services assists students in the process of developing, evaluating and initiating their career plans. Career Services promotes career development as a life-long learning process with an emphasis on:
This page will help guide you through the online resources that our office provides. Click on any of the links below to navigate to the information you are looking for:
CareerLink@BSU is our job and internship database system that gives you access to professional opportunities from organizations looking to recruit BSU students. You can access positions, view attendees of job fairs, access On Campus Interviews, contact alumni via our Alumni Mentor Database and upload your resume and other job search documents. Create your free account today!
Want to know what workshops and events Career Services is providing? Need to sign-up to attend one of our events? Then visit our Upcoming Events page to see a full list of programs being offered each semester!
Have a question to ask after hours? Utilize our Ask the Counselor email system. This is for quick questions only.
We have compiled a host of resources for students from when you are
struggling to choose a major, to researching potential career fields and
occupations to researching companies and organizations to work for.
From this page you can access our Vault Online Career Library and FOCUS Online Career Assessment
Internships are critical to student career success. Survey after survey indicate that career related experience is necessary
and important in finding the first professional position. Employers look
favorably on interns who have worked in the field and have proven
themselves as effective employees. Some organizations use their pool of
interns to select full-time employees.
Whether you do an internship through your academic major for credit or as a volunteer the experience you will gain is invaluable. This webpage will guide you through various resources that our office and the university can offer you to gain practical work experience.
The Senior Recruiting Program is designed specifically for BSU Seniors to assist in planning for your first professional-level position within your chosen field. It consists of a variety of programs and events that will assist you in finding employment and preparing for the world of work.
When it comes time to search for your first professional position after graduation, consult our Job Search Resources page for helpful tips and advice, links to popular search engines and a variety of resources to help make your job search a successful one!
The preparation for, and the actual job search process can be very different for Education majors compared to other students at BSU. Career Services has compiled a variety of resources and programs to assist you in the job search process.
Career Services brings recruiters to campus several times a year to fill positions within their organizations.
Internship & Job Fair - Every fall we host our Internship & Job Fair which brings recruiters to fill full-time professional positions, internships and volunteer opportunities.
Education Career Fair - Each March, we have our Education Career Fair which brings representatives from school systems across eastern Massachusetts to meet with candidates in our various education programs.
Annual Job Fair - In April, we have our Annual Job Fair which is an opportunity to meet with recruiters to discuss full time, professional level positions. Check out our Upcoming Events page for dates and times of these events.
Students who are considering Graduate school or looking for Financial Aid resources should reference this webpage. There are links to school search websites, testing information as well as other resources offered through BSU.
Career Services has compiled resources for African-American, Hispanic, Asian-American and Native American students (AHANA); Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender students (GLBT); Students with Disabilities ; as well as Resources for International Students. These websites have articles, websites and resources that can assist you throughout your career development process.
The Employer In Residence Program brings hiring managers from area businesses and organization onto campus to volunteer time to work with students through workshops, career events and drop-in resume critique appointments.
Students can click on the links below to learn more about the corresponding special programs offered by Career Services!
Can't make it to one of our workshops?
Utilize our online PowerPoints to give you quick tips and advice 24/7 on everything from resume writing to how to nail that interview!
Last Modified: December 16, 2011