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Will People Read & Respond To Your Email?

Business professionals send and receive 200 billion emails daily. While we email frequently, these messages are often ineffective and inefficient. The following tips will better help your reader understand and take action with your email. Subject Line Clear email subject lines contain about 4-7 words telling readers what to expect in the email. For example, ...

Dress for Success

Landing a job or an internship is not always an easy feat.  You know the drill, submit your resume, go through a phone screen, schedule the in person interview.  You’re excited, but wait….how are you supposed to dress for the interview? According to J.K. Rowling, “A good first impression can work wonders.”    First impressions are ...

Internship Stories: American Chamber of Commerce, Shanghai

It's time for another internship story from a real BU student! This time, learn what it's like to intern representing American business interests in China!

Career Resources for Graduate Students

Congratulations on beginning your graduate studies at Boston University! Whether you're continuing on from a BU undergraduate program or joining us for the first time, we are excited to welcome you to our community and introduce you to the Center for Career Development (CCD). The breadth of graduate programs at BU include terminal professional programs, ...

What Can the CCD Do For You?

The Boston University Center for Career Development, or CCD, is where you go when you're not even sure what your question is. We're here for you from your first year at BU, and offer resources to help you make the big decisions of your college life - decisions like what major to choose, how to ...

How to Talk to Employers at a Career Fair

A career fair is an event for employers to meet with students who seek internships or jobs. Boston University holds many on-campus career fairs during the academic year. Some fairs invite all-majors and some are more specialized for specific schools and/or majors. At a career fair, you can speak with employers to learn more about internship ...

Finding Your Professional Identity – in the Place You Were a Student

As a fairly recent college grad, I am navigating the waters of my first full time, professional job like a lot of my fellow Class of 2017 (and now 2018!) graduates. I have just passed the one year mark in my position as the Center for Career Development and Educational Resource Center's Student Outreach Coordinator, ...