Career Resources

Career Tools

The CEC works with a number of 3rd party providers to make available specific career-related tools that we deem of value to students and alumnae/i. The CEC's coaching staff will work with you to determine which tools are most appropriate for use by you in your career development process and can also help you review and interpret the results you may receive from their use.

Online Skills Assessment
Career Driver

 

SkillScan's Career Driver is an interactive online assessment tool that will help you identify your natural strengths and key transferable skills for career planning, creating a resume, and effective interviewing. Your Career Driver Online Assessment report will be stored for up to six months. After completing the assessment please make an appointment with a career coach in the CEC to review your results and apply the information to your career goals.

Go to the Career Driver Online Assessment

Videos
CareerSpots

These short, web-based videos are fast, informative, and engaging, available 24-7 online, and packed with expert advice from employers, career services professionals, and students and alumni. They cover a broad range of career-related topics, from writing a resume or cover letter, to landing an internship, networking, preparing for a career fair, common interview mistakes, and much more. Over 150 college career centers nationwide use CareerSpots videos to help prepare their students for their job search and career.

Launch the Career Spots video player »

 

Online Personality Assessment
TypeFOCUS

TypeFocus™ Careers assesses your personality type and automatically incorporates it into personalized reports. These reports offer insight into self-awareness that promotes wise decisions about important topics, such as:

  • What career choices fit with my personality?
  • How can I get along with people better?
  • What are my learning style strengths?

Contact the CEC for login information.

Discover your personality strengths and how they fit with your future career success »

Career and Majors Exploration Tool
What Can I Do with This Major?

Wondering how to connect majors to careers? Then use "What Can I Do with This Major?" to explore potential majors of interest to you. For each of the over 75 majors covered you can see outlines of common career areas, employers, and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities. You can also find a list of websites (and live links to them) that provide additional information on careers for each of the majors covered. You can also print out the career guide to any of the majors.

Start exploring "What Can I Do With This Major?" »

Contact the CEC

For more information on any of the above tools and how to use them in your job search or career preparation, or to interpret your results, contact the CEC as follows:

Phone: 617-521-2488
E-Mail: careers@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

Employer Information Table: IPC Hospitalists

Sep 22, 2014 at 11 AM - 2 PM at Fens Lobby, Main College Building (MCB) Lower Level

Founded by hospitalist physicians in 1995, IPC has grown to become one of the nation's leading private practice groups focused on hospital medicine and post-acute care services. IPC's clinicians, support staff, operations, and technology are all focused on driving the health care delivery system towards better, more efficient and high quality inpatient care. In New England, IPC manages practices in thirteen hospitals, including the majority of the Steward facilities, as well as over 75 post-acute nursing facilities, from the Berkshires to Cape Cod and Connecticut. IPC currently has opportunities for physician extenders in Massachusetts. If you are in Nursing or interested in the health care field and would like to find out more about IPC Hospitalists, please be sure to stop by the IPC Hospitalists Info Table on September 22 outside the Fens Cafeteria.

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