Career Resources: Jobs & Internships

Jobs & Internships

The CEC is dedicated to providing students and alumnae/i with information about employment opportunities both on- and off-campus. To that end we provide multiple resources with job and internship listings, including two online job boards designed to list opportunities offered specifically to Simmons students and alumnae/i, as well as a number of other resources, detailed below.

CareerLink

CareerLink is the Simmons CEC online job posting service for internships, full-time jobs, and other off-campus work opportunities. By completing your personal profile you will be able to search for hundreds of active openings posted to the site for Simmons students and alumnae/i. You will also be able to view upcoming career event information and RSVP, post your resume and cover letters, and much more. A Job Agent tool is available for you to set up automated e-mails that will send you daily listings of recently posted jobs in your areas of interest.

To learn more, visit the CareerLink page.

CA$H (Convenient Access to Student Hires)

CA$H is the Simmons online resource for on-campus student employment, including general campus student employment and both on- and off-campus work-study positions. Please note that positions listed as "work-study" on CA$H are available only to students with work-study awards granted through Student Financial Services. To find out more, visit the CA$H page.

Please Note: While the interfaces of CA$H and CareerLink appear similar they are separate databases and systems and require that you register separately for each. If you register for CA$H but not CareerLink and attempt to log in to CareerLink using your CA$H user name and password, you will not be able to log in.

Other Job Listing Resources

Additional job listing sites are readily available to Simmons students through the Beatley Library Career Resources pages. The Beatley Career Resources section includes a specific Job Hunting Online career guide which includes a list of job search aggregators, such as Indeed.com and SimplyHired.com, which, rather than posting jobs directly from employers search and compile lists of results from different job banks and corporate sites, making them a convenient one-stop shop for the job seeker.

In addition to the above, there is a wealth of job listings available online at a range of websites. Some of these sites are aimed at both the general population, such as Monster.com and Craig's List, and some are for specific populations, such as Career Rookie for entry-level jobs, Boston.com/Monster for Boston-area jobs, and industry-specific sites such as Nurse Job Shop for nurses.

Students seeking other specific listings can always make an appointment with a CEC career coach to learn more.

Questions about Job & Internship Listings?

Contact the CEC at (617) 521-2488 or careers@simmons.edu.

Contact the Beatley Library at (617) 521-2784 or library@simmons.edu.

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

McKinsey Undergraduate Women's Summit

Jul 26

Jul 26, 2014 at 8:00am at New York, New York

The McKinsey Undergraduate Women's Summit was established by McKinsey with the goal of meeting and supporting talented female undergraduates in their professional growth. The one-day program will include Consulting 101, an exciting keynote guest speaker, and problem-solving overview, among other activities. This is opportunity to learn and connect with your peers alongside a group of inspiring professional women. Who should apply? Any female member of the class of 2016 or 2017 who has excelled as a campus leader and has high academic achievements. To learn more and apply: www.mckinsey.com/2014uws

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