CM CAREER SERVICES

Career Specialists for College of Management

You can schedule an appointment through Handshake to meet with a Career Specialist to discuss any of your career-related concerns. This link will take you directly to the appointment scheduling page on Handshake: https://umb.joinhandshake.com/appointments/new

For more detailed information about how to connect with the Office of Career Services & Internships, please visit their website.  https://www.umb.edu/academics/vpass/career_services

 

Career Resource Links

UMass Boston Office of Career Services & Internshipshttp://www.umb.edu/academics/vpass/career_services

Handshakehttps://www.myinterfase.com/umb/Account/LogOn?ReturnUrl=%2fumb%2fstudent 

Deborah Federico, Associate Director of Career Education at UMass Boston, blog “From College to Career” for advice and tips on numerous career topics and her published articles on LinkedIn.

UMass Boston Venture Development Centerhttps://www.umb.edu/vdc 

Job and Internship Postings

Are you looking for an internship or job? If so, please visit Handshake where you will find hundreds of job and internship postings. Remember: employers are posting positions on our site because they specifically want to hire UMass Boston students so make sure to take advantage of this great resource! You can also find out about career related events and get lots of useful career information through Handshake.

Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants

If you are interested in pursuing a career in accounting, it is highly recommended that you join the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants (MSCPA). The fee for students to join is $25 (one time only) and the benefits of joining are tremendous. You will gain access to a list of accounting firms in the Boston area, gain information about preparing for the CPA exam, have access to their internship/job board, and be able to attend networking and career events with other accounting professionals.

 International Students

Are you planning to pursue a career in the United States after graduation? If so, here is a helpful resource specifically geared toward international students seeking employment in the United States. There is a free blog on the site which contains great career advice for international students. You may also wish to purchase the author’s book called Power Ties which outlines effective strategies to increase your chances of landing a job in the US after graduation. The book is also available in the Career Services & Internships library located on the first floor of the Campus Center, Suite 1300.

Also, make sure you understand the US employment laws for students studying in the US on a visa and please visit the International Students and Scholar Services (ISSS) office located on the second floor of the Campus Center, Block 2100, if you need additional clarification.

 

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