Category: Career Options

Out or Not: Job Search Tips for LGBTQIA+ Individuals

Being comfortable with who you are in the workplace can be pivotal to your success as a professional. For LGBTQIA+ identifying individuals, the expression of sexual identity as part of your professional self can be an area of concern when job searching and in finding a sense of belonging in a future workplace. Whether you ...

Employer Perspectives: Elaine McCarthy of BraunWeiss

Can you tell us a little bit about what BraunWeiss does? BraunWeiss is a technology solutions provider based in Newton, MA, focusing in FinTech and Digital Technologies. Can you tell us a little bit about your experience at BraunWeiss, your role, how long you’ve been there, what you enjoy most? I am Director of Client ...

Career Advice BU Alumni Wish They Knew in College

The Boston University alumni network is an expansive resource for current students to utilize as they work through their 4 years of college. Thanks to our generous alumni, here is some advice they have for Terriers that they wish they knew while in school. Want more career advice? Connect with alumni in BU Connects, BU's ...

CCD Presents: Alumni Spotlight Video Series

Ever wondered what it takes to succeed as an investment analyst? What about how to start a school? Or wondered if you would be happy with a career in brand advancement? Now you can hear from Terriers just like you who built careers in these exciting fields and many more. The CCD is proud to ...

Employer Perspectives: Lizzie Habermehl, MathWorks

Could you share what your role is at MathWorks, and how your career path brought you here? I am a College Recruiter for our Engineering Development Group at MathWorks. I work primarily with STEM majors coming into our tech leadership development program from bachelors, masters and PhD programs. I’ve been in this role for over a ...

Parent Perspective: Niandong Wang and the Global Career Path

BU prides itself on fostering an international approach to both education and the career search. Our global student body enriches us with their perspectives. But here’s a first for the BU Career Blog; a BU parent with his own global career story to tell.Niandong Wang is a trailblazer. After growing up in China and graduating ...

Navigating A Tough Job Market: Interview with Kate French (CAS’15), Boston Children’s Hospital

If you are a recent graduate looking for that first job after college or a current student searching for an internship, there is reason to be hopeful. Record numbers of organizations are using Handshake to advertise current internships and full-time job listings. While hope is a good thing, it is equally important to remain determined, ...

How to Get a Job in Social Justice

The pandemic has shed light on racial health disparities and the ongoing police brutality has ignited a national movement for racial equity. This has resulted in many more people willing to enter careers that will transform our society. Whether you want to be an advocate for underrepresented populations or be a data analyst for a ...

Employer Profile: Kraft Heinz and the Planters NUTmobile

CCD Editor's Note: The CCD is proud to use its Employer Profile series to showcase the diverse, exciting, and engaged employers that recruit BU students. The following post is a conversation with Allyson Toolan, a brand spokesperson for Kraft Heinz. Allyson shares her perspective as a professional promoting a major food company, specifically their product ...

Connecting Student Employment to Your Career

Have you considered an on-campus or off-campus job through BU’s Student Employment Office but are unsure if it will benefit your future career? Or, have you taken a position with the Student Employment Office (SEO) and are unsure about it applies to your resume? We often hear these questions, and the answer is that the ...