Services & Support
At the Feld Career Center (FCC), not only do we have a large volume of high quality companies that seek out our graduates, but we also provide a career strategies course, valuable career counseling, and an array of networking events. We believe it’s never too soon to start thinking about your next step. We help you become self-aware and market-ready through:
Individual Career Counseling
One-on-one Attention, Including:
Career Exploration and Job Search Strategy: Meet with a counselor to discuss your interests, skills, and preferences, and how to turn these ideas into a career path.
Resume and cover letter critiques: To ensure your personal marketing materials accurately and confidently reflect your skills and experiences.
Interview training: To test your market-readiness, identify new and improve current strategies, and gain confidence through mock interviews.
Career reference media: Access to print and online resources on various career topics, industries, career fields, and organizations. Other useful resources include:
FCCexpress: Generally 10 minutes in duration. Great for document reviews (resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profile reviews) and quick questions.
- Mondays – Friday: 11am to 12pm
How First-year Students Can Get Involved: First-year students can come to walk-in counseling hours, learn from FCC counselors in SM121 regarding informational interviewing, attend TGI-FCC events held throughout the semester in the undergraduate lounge, and stop by the FCC to take advantage of our helpful career-related handouts.
SMG CareerLink : A web-based database, powered by Symplicity, updated daily for students, alumni, and employers by the Feld Career Center. The site contains valuable career-related information. Students use it to submit resumes and cover letters, as well as to sign up for all career events and interview schedules. Employers post job opportunities and their company profiles. The Career Center maintains a calendar of career-related events including resume deadlines, information sessions, and interview schedules.
Career Advisory Network: Current student access to career advice from alumni and working professionals. To gain access, click in the “Work” area of Student Link. Find and click the link to the Career Advisory Network. To log in, students should enter their BU e-mail address as their login name and Kerberos password
The Alumni Online Community: Real-world perspectives and one-on-one support from alumni members of our Alumni Connections program.
Develop strategic connections through:
- Alumni presentations
- Company Lunch & Learns
- Employer Information Sessions
- Industry Panel Discussions
- Career and Internship Fairs