Current & Incoming Students
The Arts Administration Department at Boston University offers numerous career services.Individual Career Counseling sessions are available by appointment throughout the year. In addition, current students and alumni receive weekly e-mail newsletters with job postings and opportunities (More information is available about our program's internship requirement).
AASA Career Development Committee sponsored events:
Details to come soon!
The following is a list of useful job search links from Boston University's Office of Career Services:
Resume and Cover Letter
In the initial screening process, your resume may get as little as 15-30 seconds consideration. An effective resume should attract attention, stimulate interest, create desire, and generate action.
|Resume Guide||Resume Tutorial||Resume Writing Frequently Asked Questions|
|Writing an Effective Cover Letter||Cover Letters / Application Letters||Additional Web Links for Resume and Cover Letter Writing|
Be Prepared! Insider company information, advice, and career management services:
Additional resources for finding the right contact in the right place:
|Associations Unlimited||World Chamber of Commerce||Americans for the Arts|
Salary and Relocation info
How much do I ask for? How much will it cost?
|Cost of Living Calculator||Monster Moving||Relocation Salary Calculator|
|Salary.com||Career Info Net||Wage Web|
The Arts Administration Department compiles a list of jobs and internships available to current students and alumni. Additionally, here are some useful links to job postings in related arts fields. For a list of resources chosen by Boston University's Arts Administration students, check out our AASA Career Development page.