Career Planning & Resources
Our services include individual career coaching, career workshops and programs, career fairs and employer recruiting events, and more.
STEPS = Steps To Explore Prepare Succeed. The STEPS Career Development Plan provides an action plan for you to follow to help you acquire knowledge about yourself, career paths, and academic and career opportunities.
Learning how to manage your career is an often neglected but very important companion to your college education. Statistics show that, on average, over your work life you may change jobs over ten times and change careers three to five times.
The CEC offers resources and customized support and services just for our adult undergraduate students.
Career Resources includes access to the extensive print collection and online career collections in Beatley Library; the CEC site's resources and tools, including the CEC job banks, CareerLink and CA$H; as well as additional selected off-site resources beyond Simmons.
Humanities 370 (HUM-370) is a career preparation course taught by the Career Education Center staff. It is designed to provide students with knowledge of the professional skills, behaviors and career competencies necessary for a successful pre-professional internship experience and their future career development.
Check out the STEPS Career Development Plan
To learn more about the STEPS Career Development Plan based on the 5 Step Model and developed specifically for Simmons undergraduate students, visit the STEPS Plan page.
Find a Job or Internship
Meet with a Career Coach
Wondering where to start? Let us help. Drop by Monday or Tuesday from 3:00-4:30 or Wednesday or Thursday from 1:30-3:00; or, make an appointment at a time convenient to you.
Next Career Event
Mar 3, 2015 at 3 PM - 6 PM at Linda K. Paresky Conference Center, MCB Third Floor