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Dual Enrollment Courses in Greater Boston

MassBay offers dual enrollment courses to Massachusetts students looking to earn both high school and college credit, explore new subjects & build new skills.

Resumes and Cover Letters

All job search letters serve as an example of your written communication skills, your understanding of professional business etiquette, and your enthusiasm and qualifications for a particular job. Also, they provide additional opportunities for you to make a positive impression on a prospective employer. Take the time to draft them and make revisions; they must be free from spelling and grammatical errors. Well-written, strategically timed letters can impact a successful job search outcome – they’re that important!

Interviewing

Congratulations! You have an interview. To make sure that your interview leads to a job offer, please see the following tips and articles for some great advice.
 

PREPARATION

Preparation is key to interviewing success. 

Create a 60 second “commercial” to use as an introduction to you and your interest in the job/career field.

Anticipate questions and practice your answers out loud.

Great interviewers transform an employer’s image of them from an outsider to an inside contributor. Here’s how:

Career Services Events

 

Massachusetts Community Colleges | Fall 2021 Virtual Career Fair

Wednesday, November 17 | 12pm-3pm

The Massachusetts Community College Career Consortium is hosting a Virtual Career Fair through Handshake on Wednesday, November 17th from 12pm-3pm. Massachusetts community college students will have the opportunity to participate in group or individual sessions with employers located throughout Massachusetts.

Hire a MassBay Student

MassBay Community College has been serving the academic needs of our communities since our founding in 1961. While the majority of students attend MassBay from the MetroWest and Boston areas, our academic reputation has attracted students from throughout the United States and the world.

Career Resources for Alumni

As alumni of Massachusetts Bay Community College, you are entitled to utilize the Office of Career Services, Internships & Mentoring. If you are thinking of changing your career, getting a new job, or just starting out, feel free set up a meeting with a Career Counselor to help assist you with your career needs.

Get Involved

We encourage and hope that you will consider the following ways to get involved with the Office of Career Services, Internships & Mentoring.

Mentor Programs

MassBay is committed to offering opportunities for our students to be mentored by professionals on and off campus and mentor younger students in the community.

Some of our current mentoring programs and initiatives:

Internships

Interested in an Internship?

Career Services has designed a Blackboard organization that will lead you through the five steps to finding an internship. If you are confused about what an internship is or are still deciding whether you would like to pursue an internship, this Blackboard organization will also provide you with this information.

Internship Instructions for Blackboard

Internship Instructions →

MassBay Announces Deans List for 2017 Fall Semester

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

The Massachusetts Bay Community College is pleased to announce its 2017 Fall Semester Dean’s List. Full-time students who have earned a 3.50 or higher grade point average (GPA) are included and acknowledged on the Dean’s List.

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