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If you’re looking for a media internship in downtown Boston, look no further! DWA Media is a media agency looking for media interns interested in technology and marketing. DWA is currently looking for a senior or a recent college graduate who majored in Advertising or Marketing. The internship is full time and paid! Click to find the link to apply via the BU CareerLink!

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If you’re a communications or public relations student at BU (or anywhere in the Boston area), apply to be a part time public relations intern at McNeil Gray & Rice Public Relations. The internship is unpaid, but you’re bound to gain awesome real world experience with a leading public relations agency in downtown Boston. The internship is for a full academic school year. Click to find the link to apply via the BU CareerLink!

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Welcome to the Center for Career Development “BU CareerLink made it so easy to upload my resume and cover letter and apply for internships. I came across the ...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 .“BU CareerLink made it so easy to upload my resume and cover letter and apply for internships. I came across the company, Boston Casting, who were looking for students in PR and Communications. I am an Economics major, but I really wanted to learn what it’s like to be in the TV/film industry, so I went ahead and applied. To my surprise, they hired me as their intern! There are a lot of companies listed on BU CareerLink you may be interested in, and it doesn't hurt to apply!” - Minji Cho CAS'12While 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.Questrom CareerLink (or Symplicity) is a program students, employers and FCC staff use. Each student has an Questrom CareerLink account where they can make coaching appointment, find all job and internship postings, sign up for employer events and info sessions, and sign up for FCC career fairs and workshops. Only Questrom students are able to access our Questrom specific CareerLink (there is a separate BU CareerLink which all BU students have access to).
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Boston University alumni have 24/7 access to search for opportunities, sign up for on-campus events, and manage multiple resumes, cover letters, and other employment-related documents. Through BU CareerLink, you can:

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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.

Employers post thousands of positions through BU CareerLink, the online system used by BU’s career offices.

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A virtual career management center brought to you by the Boston University Alumni Association and the Center for Career Development. This online tool can be used to help you advance through the four-stage career development cycle. It includes tools for self-assessment, career exploration, industry research, and more. Accessible by logging into BU CareerLink.