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CEC Services

Our services include individual career coaching, career workshops and programs, career fairs and employer recruiting events, and more.

Research Assistance

Many faculty members at Simmons engage in career-related research at one time or another. Whether it is to learn more about employment market trends, to discover occupational options and career paths for students entering their field, to understand internship and/or full-time entry-level job opportunities for students, or to prepare to present on a career panel on in-demand or growth occupations in their area, the needs are many.

Majors & Careers

The CEC provides information for faculty to guide students on their choice of major and career.

CEC Services

We help undergraduate students, graduate students and alumnae/i develop the skills and knowledge to make informed decisions about their careers in preparation for life's work. View the services we offer.

Hire a Student

CA$H (Convenient Access to Student Hires) is the Simmons online job board for on-campus student employment. Post on-campus employment opportunities here for both work-study students as well as general student employment.

Jobs & Internships

The CEC and the Simmons Library provide a wealth of resources to help Simmons students find jobs and internships. Faculty and staff also have access to these resources for career advising and related purposes.

Next Career Event

Harvard Intercollegiate Business Convention

Oct 18, 2014 at 8 AM - 6 PM at Hynes Convention Center

Every fall, Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business hosts the globally recognized Intercollegiate Business Convention (IBC), a day of targeted programming for aspiring female business leaders. Each year, over 1200 delegates from campuses worldwide attend the diverse panels, workshops and presentations that feature over 100 professionals across industries. Attendees also hear from three inspiring keynote speakers and have access to exclusive career fairs and networking sessions. Registration for IBC 2014 is now open at attend.com/IBC. General admission is $42, but Simmons students can receive a $10 discount using the promotional code "ibc.x.boston".

 

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