The Center for Career Development office at 100 Bay State Road, sixth floor, serves all Boston University students from any BU school or college. We assist students with the entire career development process, including career inventories, finding a career direction, choosing (or changing) a major, writing resumes and cover letters, finding internships and jobs, learning job search and interviewing skills, or considering graduate education.
Visit our website http://bu.edu/careers or click any of the links above to find out more information!
How To Set Up An Appointment
Meet with any counselor from the Center for Career Development assistance regarding your resume, cover letters, job search, and interviewing. Terry Brown, a CCD counselor, has specialized industry knowledge in education. You can meet with Terry or any of the CCD’s other career counseling staff.
Appointments are 1-hr. and are held at 100 Bay State Road., sixth floor. To make an appointment:
Call the Office of Career Services main desk at 617-353-3590 (hours are 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. on Friday).
Make sure to be clear, when setting the appointment, whether you would like to meet with Terry at SED or at the Office of Career Services.
She looks forward to meeting with you!
Walk-Ins: Need a resume or a cover letter reviewed? Stop by for a walk-in with one of our staff. Walk-ins are 15-minute sessions on a first-come, first-served basis. We’re open (Please check our website for walk-in hours). during the school year, except holidays and special events.
Looking for a job as an Educator?
The BU Career Link is a quick and easy way to find jobs or internships posted by employers who are specifically looking for BU students or alums. All BU students are automatically set up with an account by the middle of their freshman year.
Looking for a position as an educator is a list of helpful websites that Career Services has put together
Check out our website for more information about on-campus interviewing, career fairs, and the Career Resource Library.