For Graduate Students

Career Planning & Resources

CEC Services

The CEC provides a variety of services to Simmons graduate students from CAS, GSLIS, SNHS, and SSW (Note: SOM graduate students are supported by the SOM Career Services Office).

Career Coaching

Learning how to manage your career over a lifetime is a very important companion to your graduate education. Statistics show that, on average, over your work life you may change jobs over ten times and change careers three to five times. The process you learn during your time at Simmons will be invaluable for your future career planning and decision-making.

Career Resources

Career Resources includes access to the extensive print collection and online career collections in Beatley Library; the CEC site's resources and tools, including the CEC job banks, CareerLink and CA$H; as well as additional selected off-site resources beyond Simmons.

Alumnae/i Connections

An extremely valuable career resource for graduate students is the Simmons alumnae/i population. By speaking with alumnae/i you can learn about career choices, career paths, get an inside look at the current job market and your field, contact them for informational interviews, and more.

Career Toolkit for Graduate Students

The purpose of the Career Toolkit is to assist you in your career planning. Whether you are unsure of your career direction or need help with your job search, you will find the resources you need to begin your preparation.

Find a Job or Internship

Check out CareerLink for full-time jobs and internships, CA$H for on-campus jobs, and the other job boards and resources we've compiled. 

Meet with a Career Coach

Wondering where to start? Let us help. Drop by Monday or Tuesday from 3:00-4:30 or Wednesday or Thursday from 1:30-3:00; or, make an appointment at a time convenient to you.

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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