Jobs, Internships, Career Resources


  • Summer, Fall, and Spring Internships at McCormack Dean's Office: Professional Writing and Marketing/Communications. See the announcement at bottom of this page.

Locating Job Opportunities

UMass Boston's Career Services is an excellent source for students, alumni, faculty advisors, and employers.

  • Sign into MyCareerOnline to search postings for jobs, internships, and work study opportunities; view and sign up for career events, manage multiple resumes, cover letters, and other employment-related documents; and schedule on-campus interviews.
  • Check out Focus2, a web-based, personalized, self-paced career exploration program.

Idealist Job Bank
Find, land, and love your social impact career. Idealist Careers is for "people who want to make changing the world their full-time gig."
Use keywords in for one search, all jobs. Even post your résumé online.

See the job board maintained by MASSterList, the free daily news source covering state government in Massachusetts.
Use this online tool to create a résumé, search for job openings, prepare for interviews, and launch your career.
According to APPAM, this is free, no-registration required tool is "the only career site geared for recent graduates that allows you to filter your search by degree level (bachelor's, master's, or doctorate). It includes tools to help you manage your search: filter and sort search returns, post your resume confidentially, set up a personal job-alert, and save search parameters."


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