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Technology continues to drive the strategy of all businesses and the Technology Career Community is for students interested in working in a functional technology role in any industry as well as students interested in tech companies. Technology roles may include programming, systems architecture, database development/analysis, IT leadership programs, tech consulting, app development, and business or systems analyst, just to name a few. These tech roles will be introduced from many diverse industries and from start up to legacy companies. The technology industry will also be explored through this community.

How to Give Better Feedback

Giving and receiving feedback is incredibly important for professional and personal growth. It also helps ensure all team members are on the same page and can significantly improve project quality and outcomes. But giving good, actionable feedback often isn’t something we’re taught. Here’s some tips to help you provide better feedback the next time someone asks.

By Hailey Jennato
Hailey Jennato Creative Graphic Designer
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Cyber Security Career Overview

The demand for cyber security professionals is on the rise, and cyber security is a great career path for IT and CIS professionals. Want to learn more about the cyber security field? UniversityHQ compiled an in-depth career guide, including a career outlook, required education and skills, cyber security career titles and descriptions, earnings potential, and much more. Explore the guide here.

By Kristin Helm
Kristin Helm Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Development, Pulsifer Career Center
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How to be More Professional in the Workplace

The workplace is a much different dynamic than a classroom, group project meeting, club event, or get-together with friends. It can often be challenging to know just how you’re supposed to act when you go into the office for the first time, start a position at a new company, or switch to a new team. Here’s a few tips to maintain your professionalism in the workplace.

By Hailey Jennato
Hailey Jennato Creative Graphic Designer
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Kaitlyn Borski (‘23 Computer Information Systems) is #Hired!

Kaitlyn was hired by The Hartford as an Associate Data Engineer. Great job and best of luck!

By Ridge Marel Gonzales
Ridge Marel Gonzales
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Vault Guide to Case Interviews, Ninth Edition

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LinkedIn Learning Classes

Advanced SQL: Solving Interpolation Challenges

Taught by Ami Levin
Interpolation challenges are quite common, especially for time series and sequence analyses. In this course, data educator Ami Levin offers…

Azure Solutions Architect Expert (AZ-305) Cert Prep: Design Data Storage Solutions

Taught by Nicole Stevens
Are you preparing for the Azure Solutions Architect AZ-305 examination? In this course, instructor Nicole Stevens helps you master the…

PHP: Creating Secure Websites

Taught by Kevin Skoglund
Hackers target PHP web applications more often than other sites because most PHP code is written by developers with little…

SAP ABAP Programming Best Practices

Taught by Michael Management
If you’re an ABAP programmer considering the transition from classic ABAP programming to an object-oriented style programming style, this course…

Python for Non-Programmers

Taught by Nick Walter
Did you know that learning Python is one of the easiest ways to learn to code? It’s true. And in…

Advanced Django Project: Build High-Traffic Websites with Django

Taught by Ryan Mitchell
In this project-based course, software engineer Ryan Mitchell takes a deep dive into Django, the framework that is the back…

Apple Certified Support Professional macOS 11 Cert Prep: 4 Applications and Processes

Taught by ITProTV
The Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP) certification confirms your understanding of the core functionality of macOS, as well as your…

Learning SOLID Programming Principles

Taught by Steven Lott
There are many principles that support good object-oriented design and programming. Five of these principles are described by SOLID: single…

Apple Certified Support Professional macOS 11: 1 Installation and Configuration

Taught by ITProTV
Are you currently a macOS administrator, or do you aspire to be one? If so, this course can help you…

PowerShell for Microsoft 365 Administration

Taught by Liam Cleary
As a task automation and configuration management program, PowerShell is useful for a variety of applications. Knowing how to create…

Java: Generic Classes

Taught by Ketkee Aryamane
Generics in Java are popular and widely used in all kinds of project development—Core Java projects, web application projects, web…

The Three Secrets to Effective Time Investment (Blinkist Summary)

Taught by Blinkist
No matter who you are, how wealthy or powerful or healthy you are, you only have 24 hours in a…

Java Memory Management: Values and References

Taught by Maaike van Putten
It’s undeniably frustrating to need to restart an application due to performance issues. Did you know that this is often…

Introduction to Cassandra

Taught by Kirsten Hunter
As the NoSQL database used by most Fortune 100 companies, many people in the business world are excited about Cassandra.…

How to Speak So People Want to Listen

Taught by Pete Mockaitis | How to Be Awesome at Your Job
Do you want to be an engaging speaker? In this audio-only course from How to Be Awesome at Your Job,…

Design Powered by Data: Getting Started with UX Web Analytics

Taught by Lachezar Arabadzhiev
These days, data seems to drive everything, from what we watch or how we eat, to how entire companies conduct…

MLOps Essentials: Model Development and Integration

Taught by Kumaran Ponnambalam
Machine Learning Operations (MLOps) is a fast-growing domain the field of AI. As more models are deployed in production, the…

R for Data Science: Analysis and Visualization

Taught by Barton Poulson
If you want to participate in the data revolution, you need the right tools and skills. R is a free,…

Automating SQL Server with dbatools

Taught by Jess Pomfret
If you want to learn more about automating SQL Server, you’ve come to the right place. Did you know you…

Windows 11: Configure and Support Core Services

Taught by Joli Ballew
Do you need to learn to configure and support Windows 11? In this course, instructor Joli Ballew illuminates the installation…

Contact & Location


Undergraduate Career Development
Pulsifer Career Development Center
LaCava Center 225
175 Forest Street
Waltham, MA 02452

Career Service Hours

Day of the week
Career Development 2023-2024 Hours of Operation First-Year and Sophomore Drop-In Hours (Starting on Sept. 11, 2023)
Monday 8:30am-4:30pm 1:00pm-3:00pm
Tuesday 8:30am-4:30pm 1:00pm-3:00pm
Wednesday 8:30am-4:30pm 1:00pm-3:00pm
Thursday 8:30am-4:30pm 1:00pm-3:00pm
Friday 8:30am-4:30pm 1:00pm-3:00pm

Visit our Staff Page to see Career Community Coach’s Individual Drop-In Hours for JUNIORS & SENIORS.