The Arts Administration program at Boston University offers numerous career services. Individual career counseling sessions can be made by appointment throughout the year. Current students and alumni also receive weekly email newsletters with job postings and opportunities. The program’s internship requirement can also serve as a career springboard.
Office of Career Services Resources
The following is a list of useful job search links from Boston University’s Center for Career Development.
Résumé and Cover Letter
In some initial screening processes, résumés may get as little as 15 – 30 seconds consideration. An effective résumé should attract attention, stimulate interest, create desire, and generate action.
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Salary and Relocation Info
How much do I ask for? How much will it cost?
The Arts Administration staff 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.
- Americans for the Arts
- Global Museum
- Museum Employment Resource Center
- NYFA Interactive