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Whether you’re still choosing a major, thinking about an internship, or preparing for a career search, the Boston College Career Center is here to help you reach your goals. We offer comprehensive career services to current students and recent alumni.

Our services and resources:


Our online career management tool provides access to career and internship fairs, employer information sessions, career workshops, online practice interview tools, and more. To get started, log in to EagleLink with your Agora username and password.

Workshops & Career Fairs

Regularly scheduled workshops provide tips on writing resumes, drafting effective cover letters, conducting successful interviews, and much more. Career fairs and internship fairs connect you with career opportunities.

Resume Critiques & Practice Interviews

Resume critiques are available during our regular Drop-In Question Hours. Career coaches are also available by appointment for in-depth discussion of career topics and practice interviews.

Self-Assessment Tools

Our self-assessment tools will help you examine your skills, interests, and values to guide your thinking about which careers are right for you.

Career Coaching

Career coaches are available throughout the year for one-on-one advising about any aspect of the career path, from exploring majors to applying to graduate school and finding a job. You can make an advance appointment or stop by during Drop-In Question Hours for a 15- to 20-minute consultation.

Peer Career Coaches

Specially trained student coaches are also available to provide career advice to their fellow undergraduates on resumes, cover letters, and interview skills.

Internship Resources

The Career Center can help you with every step of the internship process, from setting goals to writing cover letters to  choosing an internship. We even offer stipends for selected internships.

On-Campus Recruiting Program

Throughout the academic year, the Career Center coordinates on-campus interviews with employers from across the nation.

Diversity Resources

We also offer supplemental career services for students with disabilities, AHANA students, women, international students, and LGBTQ students.