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The Career Center hosts large career and internship fairs as well as smaller industry-specific fairs and networking events to connect Boston College students with alumni and employers. Fairs and networking events are an opportunity to discover different industries and organizations and make connections in person.
The Career Center hosts large-scale career fairs at the beginning of each semester to connect students with top organizations from a wide-variety of industries looking to hire Boston College talent for full-time and internship opportunities.
The Career Center partners with departments and organizations to host smaller industry-specific fairs throughout the year to provide students with more targeted interests the opportunity to connect with employers. Fairs rotate based on industry need and student interests.
STEM and Healthcare Career and Internship Fair
Startup and Entrepreneurship Fair
Februray 20, 2020
Murray Function Room
Social Services Recruitment Fair
March 27, 2020
11:00 a.m.–2:30 p.m.
What is the difference between a career fair and networking event?
While both events provide an opportunity to network and make connections, a career fair is designed to help students make connections with recruiters who are seeking to fill full-time or internship roles. Networking events are more informational and designed to help students explore career fields of interest.
The Career Center hosts industry-specific networking events throughout the year to provide students the opportunity to explore career fields of interest, gain insight, make connections, and build their network. Below is a summary of major networking events by career cluster. You can find all events in EagleLink.