Hack.Diversity 2020 Applications Open TODAY!

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Are you a student passionate about launching a career in technology or data analytics? Hack.Diversity is a division of the New England Venture Capital Association tackling the underrepresentation of high-skilled minority employees in Boston’s innovation economy. Hack.Diversity recruits Black and Latino computer science and engineering students into the city’s fastest-growing companies while providing training, coaching and mentoring both to employers and employees throughout the experience.

Companies that recruited interns for the 2019 cohort include: Hubspot, Carbon Black, Draft Kings, Wayfair, & …

By Jennifer Graham
Jennifer Graham Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Jennifer Graham
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Are you prepared for the most common interview question?

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Preparing for interviews can be stressful.  Researching a company, recruiter or industry is part of the process.  Prepping for a case vs behavioral interview can add a level of stress.  Oh yeah, then there’s the prep for that recorded video interview.   All of this can be daunting and sometimes with that, a candidate might overlook something basic and simple in their preparation.  Imagine rocking an interview, you feel confident, and feel a good vibe with you and the recruiter.  Then …

By Paul Stanish
Paul Stanish Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Paul Stanish
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Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program- Fall Internship Applications NOW OPEN!

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Interested in pursuing an internship related to sustainable business? DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY!

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program helps prepare the next generation of clean energy workers by funding internships for students and recent graduates at Massachusetts clean energy and water innovation companies. The clean energy industry is constantly growing and employs workers from a host of different fields – including business, computer science and engineering. The 2015 Massachusetts Clean Energy Industry Report shows an 84% increase in clean …

By Jennifer Graham
Jennifer Graham Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Jennifer Graham
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Recruiting season is coming…are you prepared?!

Recruiting Season

Junior Corporate Finance & Accounting (FI-Focus), Economics-Finance, Finance and Managerial Economics students —

Are you ready for the Fall 2019 Recruiting Season?  Would you like to get prepared in just four class blocks, during the first four weeks of the semester?

Join us for CDI 301, which is newly revised based on feedback from last year’s pilot classes.  This fall, we’ll be covering:

Class 1:  Internship Search Overview | Targeting Companies & Roles | Resume Update
Class 2:  Cover Letter Update | LinkedIn …

By MaryEllen Ryan
MaryEllen Ryan Senior Associate Director, Undergraduate Career Services MaryEllen Ryan
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The Vault Guide to the Top 50 Accounting Firms rates more than 100 top firms in the accounting industry. We chose these firms based on previous industry insider opinion as well as on various factual data, including size in terms of employees and annual U.S. revenues.

The firms we identified were asked to distribute our online survey to their accounting employees. Survey participants were asked to rate and comment on their firm’s hiring process, culture, compensation, diversity, training, hours, business outlook, …

By Melissa J. Sawyer
Melissa J. Sawyer Senior Associate Director / Operations Manager, Undergraduate Career Services Melissa J. Sawyer
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Career Paths in the Social-Good Sector

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From a Career Services perspective, we are constantly reading articles around what Millennials want in their career. Of course you want to be able to apply the knowledge learned in college to a meaningful internship or full time job and we are learning that Millennials also want long term growth and development opportunities- but one interesting trend we are consistently hearing about the Millennial generation is that they want to make an impact in their career. This definition of ‘impact’ …

By Jennifer Graham
Jennifer Graham Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Jennifer Graham
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Taking Advantage of the Summer

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Simply said, the summer is not considered a busy hiring season.  Recruiting tends to slow down, career and job fairs are at a minimum and new job opportunities are being posted at a slower rate.  Now just because company employees might be enjoying the summer months, taking vacation or even reassessing their needs and goals, that does not mean you should also be slowing your preparation for the recruiting season.  As a student this is your time to  relax and …

By Paul Stanish
Paul Stanish Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Paul Stanish
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7 Resume Mistakes Grammar and Spell-Check Tools Often Miss

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Many job seekers worry so much about the broader structure of their resumes that they fail to notice smaller spelling and grammar errors. Structure is important, of course, and you can, and should, use a reputable resume builder to get it right. But seemingly minor blunders, like a misspelled word or misplaced comma, can have as big an impact on your chances of job search success.  Keep reading here for key tips.

By Melissa J. Sawyer
Melissa J. Sawyer Senior Associate Director / Operations Manager, Undergraduate Career Services Melissa J. Sawyer
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Preparing for your return to develop your job search strategy

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By Colleen Murphy
Colleen Murphy Senior Associate Director, Undergraduate Career Services Colleen Murphy
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6 Networking Tips for Navigating a Career in Healthcare

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So, you are considering a career in healthcare. Excellent! You want to make an impact in your career and utilize your classroom experience to enter into a very exciting industry.

With thousands of healthcare employers across the United States, there are plenty of healthcare opportunities within the industry- but these positions can often be very competitive. To be successful in your internship or full time job search, check out these 6 networking tips provided by Health eCareers, a professional platform …

By Jennifer Graham
Jennifer Graham Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Jennifer Graham
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