Category Archives: Sophomores

LinkedIn for Freshmen & Sophomores

How does it work and why should you use it!  With cupcakes!

Today at 3pm in Stokes S139!




Notes to My Freshman Self

Juniors and seniors share what they wish they had known when they were freshmen (sophomores welcome too!)

Today at 3:30pm in Stokes S139!


Volunteer & Civic Engagement Fair

Learn about volunteer opportunities and how to be civically
engaged on campus and in the Boston Community!

Thursday, January 24th
11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Gasson 100

For more information please visit the VSLC or Civic Engagement websites.

There will also be a trivia game to win prizes and a Civic Literacy Test to be entered into a raffle for a $50 gift certificate to the bookstore!

CE Fair


The Sophomore Series: Career Run Down

The Sophomore Series: Career Run Down
When: Tues., March 23
Where: Heights Room, Corcoran Commons, upstairs 5:00pm to 6:30pm

All the pieces you need to get yourself on track for an internship as a sophomore!   Breakout tables will discuss the topics listed below – attend all three ongoing sessions or just the topics that you need.  Career Center staff will be on hand to answer your questions about the internship search process and our resources.

Learn to:

  • Build & Write a Resume & Cover Letter
  • Interview Tips
  • Internship Searching

Questions?  Jessica Hartley, Asst. Director, BC Career Center,

Women on Wall Street Talk

Sophomore women, come meet Kathryn Sweeney, BC’99, Managing Director, Goldman Sachs & Active volunteer for 10,000 Women: a non-profit organization empowering women to pursue management and entrepreneurship.

When: Tuesday, November 17th | 1:00 pm in t
Where: The Lynch Center
RSVP on EagleLink (limited to 20 sophomores)



E&Y Diversity Leadership Conference

Ernst & Young is excited to host a Diversity Leadership Conference!  The program will take place Saturday, June 27, 2009 in Boston.  This program will be an interactive event for approximately 40 diverse freshman and sophomores from colleges and universities across the Boston area who are interested in learning about a career in professional services.

Why are we hosting this conference?
At Ernst & Young, we understand that workforce diversity is more than a good idea, it’s good business.  We are proud of our diverse workforce and focus on inclusiveness.  We know that in order to provide the best quality service to our clients, we must foster an environment in which inclusiveness is openly embraced.  This conference is a way for Ernst & Young to share how a career in professional services can be an exciting, challenging, and rewarding experience.

What will I learn?
Participants will learn about careers within public accounting and have the opportunity to network with peers and Ernst & Young professionals, as well as gain experience in leadership and professional skills. The program will also include the opportunity to share the experience and knowledge with others, as well as understand the importance of seeking effective career mentors and building an inclusive atmosphere.

What are the additional benefits of participation?
All attendees will receive an EY professional mentor
All attendees will be considered for future interviewing opportunities within the firm

Who is eligible?
Ethnically diverse Freshman and Sophomores
Accounting, MIS, Finance, or related major or intended major (if not declared at this point)
Minimum 3.2 overall GPA

How do I apply?
We are now seeking applicants for the Diversity Leadership Conference.  Please complete the application, and return it along with a copy of your resume and transcript to Brie Campbell at by Friday, May 15, 2009.  Additionally, please apply to EY on-line at and reference event code DLC09.

Formal notification will be made to all participants by Friday, May 22nd.

To learn more about EY opportunities for campus students, visit the Student section of  the E&Y Careers page.

AHANA Career Services 2009 Summer Internship Stipends

Five Internship Stipends for up to $3,200 will be awarded to AHANA students who plan to do unpaid summer internships.  These internships will provide the student with the necessary experience needed in fields where they are underrepresented.  These internships can either be currently offered at the organization, or can be self-designed. Proposals for full-time positions will receive first consideration.  However, we do encourage those who have part-time proposals as well.

For information on criteria, eligibility, and the application process and forms, please read the full document.  All applications must be submitted by Tuesday, April 14, 2009 at 4pm to the Career Center.

For more diversity-related opportunities and scholarships, please be sure to visit the Career Center’s page on Opportunities for AHANA Students!