Career opportunities for Simmons's College of the Arts and Sciences (CAS) alumni are exceptionally bright, with an extremely high rate of successful job placements and fulfilling careers. As a Simmons graduate student, you'll gain access to lifelong career resources.
Careers & Networking
Students value the collegial environment at Simmons. They say the high level of support makes our programs personal, as well as very practical. Faculty and program directors help each student develop a unique program of study that meets his or her goals. Small classes, extensive field experience, and a great deal of mentoring also promote personal and professional growth. But the individual attention and support doesn't end upon graduation. Simmons offers lifelong career services, job fairs, support for state licensure tests, and a lifelong professional network of dedicated faculty, students, and alumni.
Career Education Center
Services available at the Career Education Center include extensive job listings and a series of workshops on resume writing, interviewing skills, job-search strategies, and related career planning issues. There is also the Career Resource Library, a specialized collection of career planning, job hunting, employer, and graduate school information. Students may register with the Career Education Center to establish a recommendations file to house letters of reference, which can further support their candidacy for positions. Attention is given to the particular career needs through appointments with the Career Education Center.