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The Boston University Center for Career Development makes a marked effort to help students in their efforts to find internships and jobs. In addition to providing a number of career opportunities via the BU CareerLink, the center also helps students fine-tune their resumes and practice interviewing. It also hosts career fairs, the largest of which occur once every spring and fall. These efforts have proven effective, as Boston University ranked highly on the New York Times’ employability survey this past fall. We are very grateful for the Center’s efforts.

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Mock Interviews
Need interview practice? Check out BU CareerLink’s Mock Interviews. Pick a set of interview questions and then record your interview. Then, watch your recording to see how you can improve. There is also an option to send the recording to whomever you choose. You can make an appointment with a career counselor to go over the results. Get started by clicking on Mock Interviews in the RESOURCES tab.

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Schedule a Career Counseling Appointment
Have a career-related issue you would like to discuss? All undergraduate and graduate students can schedule an appointment to meet one-on-one with a career counselor by clicking on the “Request a CCD Counseling Appointment” link in the SHORTCUTS list on the right side of the BU CareerLink homepage.

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BU CareerLink is BU’s online hub for career resources, including internship and job listings, in the U.S. as well as around the world, exclusively for undergrads, graduate students, and alumni. You’ll have 24/7 access and be able to sign up for on-campus events, schedule a career counseling appointment, and upload multiple resumes, cover letters, and other employment-related documents.BU CareerLink offers a convenient way to post internship and job opportunities. Hiring managers can receive online applications directly from the system with current resumes attached, sign up for career expos, and much more. While BU CareerLink posts many opportunities targeted to BU students, there are plenty of other job and internship resources and listings on our site. Remember, only BU CareerLink will have jobs for which employers are interviewing on campus.BU CareerLink is BU’s online hub for career resources, including internship and job listings, in the U.S. as well as around the world, exclusively for undergrads, graduate students, and alumni. You’ll have 24/7 access and be able to sign up for on-campus events, schedule a career counseling appointment, and upload multiple resumes, cover letters, and other employment-related documents.The CCD carefully screens every employer and internship/job posting in BU CareerLink to ensure legitimacy. Occasionally employment scams occur. Students should be vigilant and are urged to help identify scams. If you receive a suspicious email from an employer (even if they say it is from your University Career Services office), please do not respond to the email and contact our office immediately at .Note for BU Metropolitan College students: Full-time and part-time students who have matriculated into an on-campus degree program have access to BU CareerLink. If you have any questions or would like to gain access to BU CareerLink, please email . MET Students enrolled in certificate or noncredit programs do not have access to BU CareerLink.
Employers post thousands of positions through BU CareerLink, the online system used by BU’s career offices.

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Saurabh: I found the position through BU CareerLink. To get the job, I had to go through a couple rounds of interviews (after submitting my application), and I got help with practice interviews from my friends.

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Note for BU Metropolitan College students: Full-time and part-time students who have matriculated into a degree program have access to BU CareerLink. Students enrolled in certificate or noncredit programs do not. If you have any questions or would like to gain access to BU CareerLink, please email .

Workshops & EventsDid you know that you can RSVP for career-related events and programs on BU CareerLink?

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Note for BU Metropolitan College students: Full-time and part-time students who have matriculated into an on-campus degree program have access to BU CareerLink. If you have any questions or would like to gain access to BU CareerLink, please email . MET Students enrolled in certificate or noncredit programs do not have access to BU CareerLink.