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Internal Events

For links to access these events, please email us: careerservices@massbay.edu

 

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE CAREER PANEL - Open to All

 

BUSINESS ACADEMY CAREER WEEK
All events are geared towards our students in the Business Academy, but are open to all!

 

  • Career IRL (In Real Life)
    Oct. 5, 1:00pm-2:00pm
    Get career ready! Find out how Career Services can support you in building your career plan and advancing your success.
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 
     

  • Managing Your Money to Build Your Best Life 
    MassBay and the Babson Financial Literacy Project 
    Oct. 6, 3:00pm-4:30pm 
    Paying your bills should be a top priority for everyone. Of course, most of us also want some extra money for a major purchase, dream of owning a house, and retiring comfortably. This workshop will help you learn how to budget your money and start building a nest egg for your future. Workshop size is limited so register early! This workshop is being provided by The Babson Financial Literacy Project. 
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
     

  • Connecting for Success in a Digital World
    Oct. 6, 6:30pm-7:30pm 
    Learn about LinkedIn and other tools that will help you establish a professional network and a positive digital footprint. 
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
     

  • Career Panel with Bank of America
    Oct. 8, 11:00am-12:00pm 
    Meet professionals from Bank of America. Panelists will share their career journeys, answer questions and provide an opportunity for you to hear about jobs and internships.  
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

 

HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES ACADEMY CAREER WEEK
All events are geared towards our students in the Humanities & Social Sciences Academy, but are open to all!
 

  • Career IRL (In Real Life)
    Oct. 13, 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Get career ready! Find out how Career Services can support you in building your career plan and advancing your success.
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
     

  • Connecting for Success in a Digital World
    Oct. 14, 3:00pm-4:00pm
    Learn about LinkedIn and other tools that will help you establish a professional network and a positive digital footprint. 
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
     

  • Career Panel
    Oct. 15, 11:00am-12:00pm 
    Meet professionals in industries related to your Academy. Panelists will share their career journeys, answer questions and provide an opportunity for you to hear about jobs and internships.  
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
     

 
 

EARNINGS AND YOUR PAYCHECK - OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS
MassBay and the Babson Financial Literacy Project 
Oct. 20, 3:00pm-4:30pm 


Ever wonder how taxes, health insurance, and retirement savings affect your net pay? Do you know how being a contractor affects your take-home earnings? This workshop will help you understand how deductions affect your paycheck. This workshop is being provided by The Babson Financial Literacy Project 
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

 

LEGAL STUDIES ACADEMY CAREER WEEK
All events are geared towards our students in the Legal Studies Academy, but are open to all!

 

  • Connecting for Success in a Digital World
    Nov. 2, 1:00pm-2:00pm 
    Learn about LinkedIn and other tools that will help you establish a professional network and a positive digital footprint. 
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
     

  • Career IRL (In Real Life)
    Nov. 3, 6:30pm-7:30pm 
    Get career ready! Find out how Career Services can support you in building your career plan and advancing your success.
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
     

  • Career Panel
    Nov. 4, 11:00am-12:00pm 

    Meet professionals in industries related to your Academy. Panelists will share their career journeys, answer questions and provide an opportunity for you to hear about jobs and internships.  
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
     

 

STEM ACADEMY CAREER WEEK
All events are geared towards our students in the STEM Academy, but are open to all!

 

  • Career IRL (In Real Life)
    Nov. 9, 1:00pm-2:00pm 
    Get career ready! Find out how Career Services can support you in building your career plan and advancing your success.
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
     

  • Connecting for Success in a Digital World
    Nov. 10, 10:00am-11:00am 
    Learn about LinkedIn and other tools that will help you establish a professional network and a positive digital footprint. 
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
     

  • Career Panel
    Nov. 12, 4:00pm-5:00pm 
    Meet professionals in industries related to your Academy. Panelists will share their career journeys, answer questions and provide an opportunity for you to hear about jobs and internships. 
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 
     

 

EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES ACADEMY CAREER WEEK
All events are geared towards our students in the Education & Human Services Academy, but are open to all!

 

  • Career IRL (In Real Life)
    Nov. 16, 3:00pm-4:00pm 
    Get career ready! Find out how Career Services can support you in building your career plan and advancing your success.
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
     

  • Career Panel
    Nov. 18, 12:00pm-1:00pm 
    Meet professionals in industries related to your Academy. Panelists will share their career journeys, answer questions and provide an opportunity for you to hear about jobs and internships.  
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
     

  • Connecting for Success in a Digital World
    Nov. 19, 5:00pm-6:00pm 
    Learn about LinkedIn and other tools that will help you establish a professional network and a positive digital footprint. 
    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
     

 

External Events

 

 

Community College Partners ~ Shared Events: Open to all MassBay Students
 

Middlesex Community College Career Development Office Fall 2020
Diplomat in Residence Series

Bill Gannon, Diplomat in Residence —DIR New England (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT) from the US Department of State and MCC’s guest speaker talking about career opportunities at the US Department of State.  Please see dates and topics of all three sessions below.   Registration is REQUIRED.  See below for each session’s registration link. All Majors Welcome

Introduction to Federal Career Paths

  • Federal job application process
  • Second language speakers- unique opportunities at Department of State
  • Humanities and undecided majors can learn about unique career paths

Date Wednesday, September 23rd
Time 12pm
Registration Link Diplomat in Residence Registration Link 9/23/2020

Computer Science/IT Opportunities in the Federal Government

Date Tuesday, October 20th
Time 12pm
Registration Link   Diplomat in Residence Registration Link 10/20/2020          

Federal Internships

Date Wednesday, December 2nd
Time 12pm
Registration Link Diplomat in Residence Registration Link 12/2/2020

Resume Writing and Workforce Skills Panel

Date Wednesday, October 14th
Time 2pm
Registration Link Resume Writing and Workforce Panel
This panel will consist of individuals from Raytheon, the Department of Labor and the Bedford VA who will provide MCC students with insight on how they can use their resume to market themselves for civilian or federal careers.  While the focus of this discussion will be gear toward veterans and military connected students, ALL MCC students are welcome and encouraged to attend

  • How veteran and military-connected students translate military skills to either a federal or civilian resume.
  • What executive functioning skills are needed in the workforce (e.g. – communication, teamwork, attitude, leadership and work ethic).
  • What experiences and skills may be of value to employers.

*co-sponsored by MCC’s Veteran’s Resource Center

Other External Events

Job Fairs →

MassHire Department of Career Services Events →

Boston Career Fairs →

 


Appointments

To help prevent the spread of illness, we are currrently scheduling only remote career services appointment by phone or video. Video appointments will be hosted on Microsoft Teams (sign into your MassBay Office 365 account to access this application), Zoom or WebEx.

SCHEDULE CAREER SERVICES ONLINE →

Contact Us

Julie Ginn, Director, jginn@massbay.edu

Kate Basch, Career Coachkbasch@massbay.edu

Brenda Egan, STEM Career Coachbegan@massbay.edu