Class of 2020: How to find a job and launch your career (during a pandemic)
All members of BU’s Class of 2020 were invited to join us for an exclusive, hour-long, “Ask Me Anything” session with two experts from the Center for Career Development.
Questions cover a wide range of topics on navigating a job search and launching a career in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Questions like, what should I do if my job offer was postponed? How can I prepare for a virtual interview? What skills should I be sharpening in my free time?
Looking for additional career resources? Visit our website dedicated to career resources for young alumni.
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About the career experts:
Heather Reghitto, Recruiting Manager
Heather joined the Center for Career Development in December 2005. With a background in helping students find intern, co-op, and entry-level full-time positions, Heather seeks to bridge the gap between students and employers. Prior to her arrival, Heather worked in corporate human resources departments, specifically on the university and college relations programs.
Komal Shah, Career Counselor
Komal Shah joined the Center for Career Development in 2019. She earned her undergraduate degree in India in Psychology and master’s degree in Education with a concentration in counseling from Boston University. In her spare time, she enjoys practicing yoga, going on hikes, cooking, and playing tabletop board games. She is a tea connoisseur and loves to learn and taste new teas from around the world.