Meet our Partners – Colleges and Universites

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Meet our Partners – Colleges and Universites

Bridgewater State University

Bridgewater State University Career Services Office

The Career Services Office assist a diverse student body in the process of developing, evaluating and initiating their career plans. Our primary focus is on the undergraduate student experience. Services are also provided to students with disabilities, international students, LGBT students, graduate students, alumni and Veterans.

Career Services at BSU intentionally provides all students with opportunities to learn and practice specific skills essential for their transition from student to professional.

Contact: John Paganelli, Jr., Director/Career Services
Email: jpaganelli@bridgew.edu 
Phone: 508-531-1328


Clark University Logo

Clark University’s LEEP Center

Clark University’s LEEP Center offers holistic student support and advising by connecting students with resources to align their academic and co-curricular interests and prepare them to be responsible and engaged members of our global society. At the LEEP Center, students work with staff who can help them explore their interests and begin to plan how to achieve their personal and academic goals and be prepared to take advantage of opportunities, whether in college or beyond.

Contact: Brian Hanna., Associate Director of Career Services
Email: bhanna@clarku.edu 
Phone: 508-793-7258


 Massasoit Community College

 

Massasoit Community College Career Services

Massasoit Community College Career Services offers comprehensive career developmental services to a diverse college community. We seek to empower individuals in achieving their career goals through collaborative relationships with faculty, staff, employers, and members of the business community. Career Services assists students and alumni with obtaining full or part-time employment through resume writing and job-search workshops. The department also maintains an employment database where members of the college community can search employment opportunities.

Contact: Kathryn Pryles, Director of Career Services 
Email: kpryles@massasoit.mass.edu 
Phone: 508-588-9100 Ext. 1407


 

Northeastern University

Northeastern University Career Development and Cooperative Education

Northeastern University's Career Design Center supports a highly diverse network of learners, alumni and employers to form an inclusive ecosystem that nurtures lifelong career design, agility and partnerships Thedepartment has been nationally ranked by Princeton Review and College Magazine, and offers career coaching, an extensive career education curriculum, and connections with thousands of employers through its renonwned cooperative education program and natioanl and global relations outreach.

Additionally, Northeastern has created an initiative to address the challenges students with disabilities face in the workplace. Nuconnect is a collaboration among the departments of Career Development, Cooperative Education and the Disability Resource Center that aims to increase the successful employment of students with disabilities. The model utilizes a team-based approach that focuses on advocacy. Partnerships with employers, orther internal , university constituents as well as external disabiltiy agencies play in important role in the model.

Contact: Diane Carletta, Director of Career Development 
Email: d.ciarletta@northeastern.edu 
Phone: 617-373-4250

Contact:Veronica Porter
Email: v.porter@northeaster.edu 
Phone: 617-373-3471


 

Quinsigamond Community College's Center for Workforce Development and Continuing Education

 

Quinsigamond Community College's Center for Workforce Development and Continuing Education

 

Quinsigamond Community College's Center for Workforce Development and Continuing Education offers high value, low cost training programs that enable individuals to learn new skills which can be applied immediately on the job or utilized for future professional development. Our focus is to provide the practical skills that can help participants improve competencies, secure employment, and experience personal enrichment.

Contact: Kate O’Connor, Corporate Training Specialist
Email: kaoconnor@qcc.mass.edu 
Phone: 508-751-7936


Middlesex Community College Transition Program

 

The Transition Program at Middlesex Community College (MCC)

Designed expressly for students with significant learning disabilities, MCC’s nationally recognized Transition Program is a two-year, noncredit certificate-of-completion program that teaches consumer and business skills, independent living, and personal and social development. The cornerstone of the program is an internship each semester in local business settings. 

The Transition Program helps students who would find traditional college-level academics too challenging, even with extensive support services, achieve their potential through specialized coursework and hands-on experience in work settings. Students work two days per week in competitive employment situations in office and business support environments. During the other three days, students complete specially designed courses in the following areas: computer skills and vocational preparation, consumer education, personal and social development, job seeking and job survival skills. Small class size ensures that students receive individualized attention and a program tailored to meet their unique needs. Graduates receive a Certificate of Completion in Office and Business Support Skills. The Transition Program is selective, accepting 20 students each year. Applicants and their families must attend information sessions held periodically throughout the year.

Contact: Pamela Orne, Program Coordinator
Email: ornep@middlesex.mass.edu 
Phone: 781-280-3676


Suffolk University

 

Suffolk University Career Development Center

Suffolk University Career Development Center is dedicated to supporting and empowering undergraduates, graduates and alumni to be active participants in the career development process. We prepare students and alumni to cultivate self-awareness and career self-discovery. We help them make informed decisions by providing career-related advising, comprehensive resources and interactive programs to assist in the identification of career goals and the development of job search skills. We establish local relationships and global resources to optimize internship and job opportunities while also creating productive university partnerships to ensure that students are successful and competitive in their future pursuits.

Contact: Suffolk University Career Development Center
Email: careers@suffolk.edu 
Phone: 617-573-8034


 

Tufts University

Tufts University

Tufts University Career Center and Tufts Accessibility Services work together to assist students with disabilities in developing, assessing and initiating their career plans while promoting self-advocacy and empowerment. Our respective offices have created numerous programmatic collaborations and partnerships to educate students in their pursuit of meaningful work, both during and after their time at Tufts.

Contact: Jim McCarthy, Assistant Director- Tufts Career Center
Email: James.McCarthy@Tufts.edu 
Phone: 617-627-5653

Contact: Kimberly Doan, Assistant Director- Student Accessiblity Services
Email: Kimberly.doan@tufts.edu 
Phone: 617-627-6832