For Undergraduates

Outcomes: Where Simmons Students Go

A hallmark of a Simmons education, whether at the undergraduate or graduate level, is the integration of theory and practice. Students are prepared for the world of work not just in the classroom but through experiential education opportunities in the workplace during their time at Simmons.

This section provides an overview of where Simmons students go in the workplace, both during and after their time as students, in some cases with links to the respective program's site for further information.

Undergraduate Career Outcomes

  • Undergraduate Career Outcomes - this page also provides access to summary results from the most recent graduate employment surveys, conducted annually by the CEC with Simmons students one year out.

Graduate Student Career Outcomes

Check out the STEPS Career Development Plan

To learn more about the STEPS Career Development Plan based on the 5 Step Model and developed specifically for Simmons undergraduate students, visit the STEPS Plan page.

Find a Job or Internship

Check out CA$H for on-campus and work-study jobs, CareerLink for internships and full-time 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 Tuesday from 3:00-4:30 or Wednesday from 1:30-3:00; or, make an appointment at a time convenient to you.

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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