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Did you find what you were looking for at the Career Fair?



2013 Boston College Career Fair – Be Prepared!

Over 100 employers will be in attendance and looking to hire BC students for internships and full-time jobs.  Are you ready?

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For more information and tips on how to prepare for the Fair, visit and follow us on Twitter #BCFair2013.

Hundreds of international teaching jobs!

The Career Center subscribes to a wonderful resource, The International Educator (TIE) for international and overseas jobs.   Over 300 international and American overseas schools advertise their vacancies on a regular basis in TIE. Browse the website for up-to-the-minute job openings and  put your personal data in our website’s resume bank.

BC Students may access the login and password for TIE on EagleLink in the Document Library.

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Ed Tech Job Fair

Interested in working at an ed tech startup? Come meet and mingle with Boston-area ed tech companies that are hiring summer interns and other full-time employees.

Ed Tech Job Fair
WHEN: Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
WHERE: Boston University College of Communications 640 Commonwealth Ave Boston, MA 02215

Participating companies include:

  • BE
  • ConnectEDU
  • EverTrue
  • Playrific
  • SimpleTuition
  • The High Bar
  • Tiggly
  • More to come!

Visit for more information and to register!


Five Quick Tips for Today’s MERC Education Fair

Massachusetts Educational Recruiting Consortium (MERC) is today!

TIP 1 – Look your best – wear a suit. It may be okay to show up for your job in casual clothes, but you’ll be taken more seriously at the fair if you wear a suit. If you don’t have a suit, try to borrow one. Next choice is a pair of dress pants (or for women, a conservative skirt), a blazer or sport coat, a clean, pressed shirt and, for men, a tie.

TIP 2 – Don’t carry a backpack inside the fair. A backpack screams “I’m a student!” but you want to convey the message that you are ready to take on a professional role. If you can, leave your backpack at home. DO bring a leather portfolio or notepad holder, which should have room for a pad to take notes, extra copies of your resume, and a pen.

TIP 3 – Do some research, have a few questions. Prioritize your top schools or districts, do a little research, and see if you can come up with a couple of informed questions for your top choices. (For example, “I have experience teaching the math system you use – how is that working out for your elementary schools?”) For MERC, go to Under “Students” on the right, click on “Visit our website,” then click on “Registered Organizations.”

TIP 4 – Know your strengths. When someone asks you what you do well as an educator, you should be able to cite three or more strengths and provide one or more examples of each. Experienced job fair candidates know to work up a 30-second “personal commercial” (otherwise known as an “elevator speech”) that highlights these strengths. For more on this strategy, click on the video at

TIP 5 – Send thank you letters. Be sure to get business cards at the fair, or if those are unavailable, get the correct spelling for each person, plus their title. More information on thank you notes is at


CCCOB: Government Careers Information Forum

Come meet representative from federal, state, and municipal government organizations including the FBI, State Department, Secret Service, Commonwealth of MA, MA Department of Environmental Protection, MA Division of Banks, MA Executive Office of Health & Human Services, and many more. This event includes round table discussions and networking opportunities. Business attire suggested.

WHEN: Wednesday, April 18, 2013 from 1:00-3:00PM
WHERE: Boston University Career Development, 100 Bay State Road, Sixth Floor Boston, MA 02215
WHO: All BC Students, free admission!

*College Career Centers of Boston (CCCOB) is a collaborative effort by Emmanuel College, Boston College, Boston University, Emerson University, Simmons College, & Suffolk University.

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Online Resume Books

The Recruiting Program is offering a new resource to students via EagleLink.  You now have the option of submitting your resume into Online Resume Books in EagleLink.

In order to connect employers with graduating students, we give them access to the Online Resume Books throughout the summer months.  If there is a match, then the employer schedules interviews directly with candidates at their office.

If you are still seeking employment, we invite you to submit your resume into one or more of the Online Resume Books available in EagleLink.

Before you submit your resume, schedule an appointment with a career counselor for a resume critique.  Let us help you create a resume that is rich with keywords that will accurately describe your skills and experiences.


Please contact the Recruiting Program at  617-552-4769 if you have any questions about Resume Books.