Tag: resource spotlight

Connect With Alumni On The Career Advisory Network

When looking for people to network with, don't forget young alumni! Because they have just recently transitioned from school to a professional career, they can offer you a fresh perspective on how to manage the sometimes tricky transition from college to work, as well as recommend effective strategies in finding your first professional job or ...

Mock Interviewing

It's happened to all of us - we get asked a question that absolutely stumps us. Or we answer a question and think later, "Gee, that didn't come out the way I meant." When it comes to preventing these moments, practice in advance can be a great help. Mock interviewing is a great way to ...

How to Avoid Job Scams

Let's face it, it's hard to look for a job or an internship. There are so many methods available (e.g., Handshake, LinkedIn, networking, etc.), and postings usually include limited details. It can be hard to decide which positions to apply for and which to avoid.  If an employer or a job sounds too good to ...

Handshake: Beyond the Job Search

When you think of BU’s new career resource site, Handshake, you might first think of the thousands of internship and job postings available to BU students. But there’s a lot more to Handshake than internships and jobs! Here are a few insider tips for getting the most out of your time on Handshake. Events Click ...

Video Interviewing 101

Picture this; you apply to a bunch of jobs and a recruiter calls you to set up an interview. The recruiter mentions it’s going to be a video interview. You’re excited for the opportunity, but wonder what the heck a video interview even is! Each year, the CCD fields questions from students about video interviews. ...

Resource Spotlight: GoinGlobal

If you are planning to travel, study, or work abroad, or if you are an international student wanting to stay in the United States, you should take advantage of GoinGlobal. GoinGlobal is a multi-functional system that offers updated, valuable information on worldwide resources for internship and job searches, cultural-specific advice by country and city, and ...

Career Options for English Majors

A few months before receiving my Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Boston University, many of my closest friends and family began to ask me what I was planning to do with my degree. I’d like to tell you that I had been intently thinking about what I’d do after graduation, but in all ...