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Career Exploration Week - October 24-27


Monday, October 24

CareerGateway Registration
Mock-Interview Sign-Up
Academic Building 3 - 1st Floor Corridor

Tuesday, October 25

Transfer Fair
11:00am-2:00pm, Academic Building 3, 1st Floor Corridor 

Leadership Compass Workshop
1:30pm-2:30pm, Room 3-121
The Leadership Compass is a City Year training tool to highlight the different leadership styles that you may exhibit and to help you realize your strongest and weakest leadership styles.
Facilitated by City Year, Inc. Boston

Paid Internship Forum
6:00pm-7:00pm, Room 3-121
Learn about three Massachusetts paid internship programs and the benefits of an internship experience. For event information and to register visit: www.tinyurl.com/paidinternship.

In partnership with the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, and State Representative Liz Malia

Wednesday, October 26

Transfer Fair
11:00am-2:00pm, Academic Building 3, 1st Floor Corridor

Mock Interviews
11:00am-5:00pm, Rooms 3-423 and 3-411
Pre-registration required. Limited appointments. Answer common interview questions and receive feedback to better prepare you during your job and internship search.
Register Here

Thursday, October 27

Mock Interviews
11:00am-5:00pm, Rooms 3-423 and 3-411
Pre-registration required. Limited appointments. Answer common interview questions and receive feedback to better prepare you during your job and internship search.
Register Here

Dates, times, and topics are subject to change without notification. Special events (i.e. Industry Panels, On-Campus Recruitments, etc.) may be not be listed on this schedule; check back for updates.





Faculty & Staff

Career/Industry Panels:

Career Panels provide students with insightful information about the careers associated with their Program of Study. The Career Development Services Department can help you educate your students about the career opportunities available in their area of study by arranging a panel of employers in your academic area to discuss current work trends and available opportunities.

A few areas that employers may cover in a Career Panel presentation:

  • What students should know about careers before they graduate
  • Marketable skills
  • How to project oneself for hire in their field of study
  • Do's and Don'ts of the industry
  • Where the industry may go in the future

Career Panels are available for the following majors:

  • Information System Technology
  • Business Administration and Management
  • Biological Sciences: Laboratory Animal Care
  • Biotechnology
  • Broadcast Media Technology
  • Engineering
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Criminal Justice
  • Liberal Arts
  • Radiologic Technology
  • Nursing
  • Health Careers

Refer a Student:

To help with the process of referring students to Career Development Services for career development assistance and improve the chances that your referrals will come full-circle, please contact  CareerGateway@rcc.mass.edu or (617) 541-5336

Job Seekers

job-seekersResume Referral

Roxbury Community College’s Career Services Department works to bring together RCC Students and Alumni with prospective employers by matching resumes with available jobs.  Current RCC Students and Alumni can submit their resumes to Career Services. When employers need to fill a full-time,part-time, or summer position and are looking for a job candidate with a particular major, experience, and/or skill set,the Career Services Department  sends the appropriate, available resumes to the employer for consideration.

Helpful documents for job seekers:




Roxbury Community College provides assistance to our corporate partners as you evaluate and implement recruiting goals. We connect employers to students and alumni for full-time, part-time, internship, or co-op positions. By bringing a RCC student or alumni on board, you will find them contributing to your organization from day one.

We have a wide range of programs and services for employers to take advantage of as you build your company presence on the RCC campus.
Career development activities for employers include:

  • Participating as an Internship Site
  • Participating in On-Campus Career Fairs
  • Participating in On-Campus Recruiting
  • Participating in an Industry Panel
  • Partnering with RCC by co-sponsoring or presenting a career-related program or workshop
  • Participating in one of our resume critique events

Internship Site

A good internship provides a positive experience for both the student and employer. Benefits for the employer when serving as an internship site include:

  • RCC interns bring a multi-cultural and international perspective to your business, which is critical in a modern workforce
  • Interns bring a fresh perspective to your organization
  • Interns reduce recruitment and training costs. A national study reports that more than 20 percent of recent hires came from employers own internship programs
  • Sponsoring an intern is a first step to further partnership with Roxbury Community College
  • Provide input on the quality and relevance of RCC’s curriculum

On-Campus Recruiting

Employers are welcome to set up an on-campus recruiting event at Roxbury Community College on a date of their choice. RCC’s Career Services department will provide a table in a high traffic area for an employer to meet with students and discuss available opportunities. This service is best for employers who wish to recruit students from a variety of academic programs. RCC will advertise an employer’s visit and provide complimentary parking.

Be a Career Panelist - Help students even when you are not hiring!

RCC encourages employers to become a Career and Industry Panelist. In less than two hours, employers can provide essential information that will help a student succeed in their chosen field.  Serving as a Career Panelist is also a great way for employers to network with others in your field.

Get started by creating a CareerGateway Company Profile!

To participate in one or more Career Development Activities or to make your employment or internship opportunity available to RCC students, please contact Jessica Rezil at jrezil@rcc.mass.edu or (617) 541-5336.




RCC Internships/Host Sites
  • ABCD Inc
  • Access Framingham Television
  • BNN TV
  • Boston College IT Department
  • The Caribbean Foundation of Boston
  • Fire Code Designs, LLC
  • Gallagher Student Health & Special Risk/Arthur J. Gallagher Co.
  • Harvard Medical School
  • Harvard School of Public Health
  • Harvard University Library
  • Jewish Arts Collaborative
  • Jubilee Christian Church
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Massachusetts Life Sciences Center
  • Massachusetts State Police
  • New England Aquarium
  • The Office of the Attorney General
  • The Office of the Governor
  • On the Rise, Inc.
  • South End Technology Center
  • State Street Financial Services
  • Suffolk County Sherriff Office
  • Timothy Smith Network
  • Winchester Engineering and Analytical Center - FDA


Intern experience in your chosen career is valuable for future job prospects and furthering your education. Roxbury Community College can help you find an internship that’s right for you. Internships may be paid or unpaid. It is helpful to remember that often your greatest “pay” will be in experience gained and contacts made.

Internship Benefits for Students

  • Practice the knowledge you have learned in the classroom
  • Earn 3 credits in your field of study (this statement applies for the Academic Credit Internship only)
  • Increase confidence and improve academic performance
  • Build the experience section of your resume
  • Expand your professional network and gain professional references
  • Be first in line for related job opening

Academic Credit Internships

Roxbury Community College provides students with the opportunity to take a three credit Internship Course. This course is designed for students in the following programs:

  • Business
  • Broadcast Media & Technology
  • Information System Technology
  • Administrative Information Technology
  • Science
  • Humanities
  • Criminal Justice
  • Humanities
  • Liberal Arts

This course is offered during the fall, spring and summer semesters and may be used to fulfill a course requirement or elective. If your Program of Study is not listed, contact your department chair and speak with an academic advisor.

Steps to Complete an Academic Credit Internship

RCC Clinical Sites
  • Beth Israel Needham
  • Boston Medical Center
  • Lemuel Shattuck Hospital 
  • New England Baptist

Internships require a lot of preparation. Begin preparing at least 8 weeks prior to your desired start date.

  1. Review eligibility requirements or course pre-requisites for your major:
    • Enrollment in a degree or certificate program
    • Completion of English Composition 101, and at least three courses toward degree*
    • Possession of a minimum 2.0 GPA on a scale of 4.0
    • Faculty Internship Advisor Recommendation Form signed by Faculty who will supervise the internship
    • Attend at least two (2) career service-related workshops
    • Students are required to meet with the Coordinator of Cooperative Education prior to course registration to complete an Internship Agreement Form, Develop a Resume, Cover Letter, References and/or identify an internship site 
  2. Meet with the Faculty Internship Advisor and internship coordinator to discuss internship plans and needs.
  3. Develop and submit a copy of your resume to the internship coordinator.
  4. Search, interview, and/or secure your internship site (consult with faculty internship advisor for site approval).
  5. Plan your next semester’s personal, academic, and internship work schedule (please note internships require a minimum of 150 hours/term).
  6. Complete and submit RCC Credited Internship Agreement and Internship Acknowledgment of Risk and Consent to Faculty Internship Advisor and internship coordinator.
  7. Register for internship course (requires sign-off to register – see Faculty Internship Advisor Form)

* Consult with program description for any specific course prerequisites

Students who wish assistance in seeking an internship are encouraged to contact the Coordinator

Academic Non-credit Internships

This is an academic program, which allows students to apply classroom theories and skills in a real work experience. Students are monitored by a representative from the Office of Career Development and Internships. This option allows students to begin working in their field of study early in their program. There is no limit to the number of terms a student can participate, and no tuition is charged for this option.

Students seeking a non-credit internship are still required to attend at least two (2) career service-related workshops.

Forms and Resources