Career Resources: Jobs & Internships

CareerLink (Full- & Part-Time Jobs and Internships)

Connecting Job Seekers and Employers

CareerLink is Simmons' online employment site. It offers access to full- and part-time jobs, internships, volunteer and seasonal employment opportunities, and fellowships. All Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, and Alumnae/i can create an account with their Simmons ID to have access to CareerLink's searchable database of openings posted specifically for the Simmons community. Employers can set up their own account free of charge and post job and internship openings. Simmons Faculty and Staff can also obtain a login to search and view CareerLink postings.

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Sign-in or Register

Please click under the appropriate category below to log in to CareerLink, register for the system, or reset your password.

Students & Alumnae/i

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Employers

Faculty & Staff

NOTE: To register for a Faculty/Staff CareerLink profile to view job listings and upcoming events, please contact the Career Education Center at careers@simmons.edu for more information.

Review the CEC Guides & How-To's

The CEC Guides & How-To's collects and indexes the articles, guides, forms, resume templates, and other CEC-created documents referenced throughout this site. Use this page as a reference or to quickly find the specific document(s) you seek.

Visit the Library Links

Simmons' Library provides resources on a variety of career topics, including career resources by discipline, finding graduate programs, resume building, job hunting, internship opportunities, financial aid information, study abroad programs and networking resources.

Find Jobs & Internships

Find full-time and part-time jobs and internships on CareerLink, on-campus and work-study jobs on CA$H, and a range of other job boards and resources.

Next Career Event

Warburg Panel - A World in Crisis: Diplomacy Today and Careers in Foreign Service

Oct 1, 2014 at 6 PM - 8 PM at Linda K. Paresky Conference Center, MCB Third Floor

Join Warburg Professor of International Relations Ambassador (ret.) William M. Bellamy as he moderates a panel of three former ambassadors on why diplomacy is critical in today's world. The panel will be followed by a discussion on careers in foreign service and networking with representatives from the US Dept. of State. Open to the entire Simmons College community and students from Boston University, Colleges of the Fenway, and Tufts University Fletcher School of Diplomacy. Refreshments served. Co-Sponsored by the Career Education Center and the Department of Political Science & International Relations.

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