The CCD offers several leadership opportunities for BU students, from promoting events and services across campus to assisting with administrative support.
The Center for Career Development (CCD) and Educational Resource Center (ERC) Student Ambassador Program at Boston University is a student leadership program that enlists a diverse group of BU undergraduates to support the centers’ efforts to increase student awareness of and engagement with CCD and ERC programs and services. Learn More.
The Career Intern Program enlists qualified BU undergrads to support the CCD in staffing resume and cover letter review hours. Learn more.
This position supports the employer relations team by working on select campus recruiting projects and assisting with information sessions and other employer events. The assistant will be expected to promote an atmosphere of professionalism and be courteous and helpful to all guests, visitors, and students. Questions? Contact Samantha Stocksdale, Internship Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This position supports the marketing and communications team at the CCD, including creating flyers, updating calendar information, and more. Questions? Contact Sarah Thomas, Marketing & Communications Manager, at email@example.com.
Graduate interns have the opportunity to participate in the activities of the counseling and programs, employer relations, and marketing and communications teams throughout this 2-semester internship. Learn more.
Students who serve in this position are the primary contact for anyone visiting, calling, or emailing the two centers. Answering questions, directing traffic, and routing a heavy call volume are key responsibilities of the position. Additionally, students will assist staff with administrative projects as needed. Successful candidates will have experience in an office, customer service, and/or hospitality setting; will exhibit maturity and dependability; and will be prepared to be an energetic, enthusiastic member of our team. Please note that these positions are usually filled by undergraduate students.