Not all Career Centers are created equal. Sure, ours has a physical space, but at Emmanuel, career development truly happens all the time, all over campus. So, whether you're wondering, "Where do I start?" or already looking for experience in specific industries, Emmanuel's dedicated Career Center staff foster an environment that will support and guide you in realizing your career aspirations.
One hundred percent of Emmanuel students complete an internship as part of the core curriculum. In a city as dynamic as Boston, your options are bound only by the limits of your curiosity. A short walk or ride on the "T" places you at the doorsteps of dozens of industry-leading organizations in research, technology, finance, media, healthcare, social service and more. Here, you'll obtain career opportunities that students and graduates in other cities may only ever aspire to experience.
Career development happens all over Emmanuel’s campus, at all times of the day. During your first year, you’ll take engage in the College’s career planning course, preparing you to embark on your internship search at your own pace and with your best foot forward. If you need help along the way, meet with a dedicated Career Advisor, or a Career Peer—a current student who has been exactly where you are and is eager to share their experience.
100% of Emmanuel students complete an internship as part of the core curriculum. Our access to leading employers in top industries is unparalleled, and yours will be, too. Our Employer Relations Team builds valuable relationships with companies and organizations throughout the city, and with events such as the Recruiter Series and on-campus career fairs, we bring those partnerships back to you.
Emmanuel graduates can be found making their mark at leading companies and organizations all over the city of Boston, across the country and around the world. But their path to success and fulfillment starts on campus, with a commitment to achieve at the highest level in their studies, in leadership roles and in student clubs and organizations, while engaging in purposeful work that honors their obligations to their communities and the wider world.
Join us for a step-by-step guide to visiting and applying to colleges, especially during these unique and challenging times, and what to expect when guiding a high school student through this process. Sandy’s presentation, followed by an interactive question and answer session, is geared toward anyone assisting high school age students in their college search and applications. Sandy Robbins, Dean of Enrollment at Emmanuel College, enjoys working with students and families as they begin their college search. An experienced higher educational recruitment and enrollment professional, Sandy joined Emmanuel College in 2000 and has served as its chief admissions officer for 20 years. In this role, Sandy leads a collaborative effort to develop and implement recruitment strategies to ensure Emmanuel College meets its enrollment objectives. Sandy has also served as President of the National Catholic College Admissions Association. Pre-registration is required and a Zoom link will be emailed the morning of September 23rd.Register Online: https://alumni.emmanuel.edu/events/ECExpertsAdmissions
The Office of Mission and Ministry has launched a virtual prayer room to provide an opportunity for community members to submit online prayer requests and/or to come together in a virtual prayer group. To submit a prayer request, please e-mail email@example.com.
A conversation with Luis Fraga about the growing influence and presence of Latina/o/xs in American politics with, at times, counterintuitive consequences.
About Luis Fraga
Native of Corpus Christi, TX and Harvard graduateProfessor of Transformative Latino Leadership; Director, Institute for Latino Studies and Fellow at the Institute for Educational Initiatives at the University of Notre Dame.Primary interests are in American politics specializing in the politics of race and ethnicity, Latino politics, immigration policy, education politics, voting rights policy, and urban politics.2011 President Barack Obama appointed him to the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanics
Emmanuel’s singular network of employers, alumni, faculty and students drives the next generation of Boston’s workforce. Whether you’re a student wondering where to begin, an employer looking to recruit top talent, an alum seeking a job or another Saint to advance your organization, or a parent supporting your student through their journey, the Career Center has resources to meet—and exceed—your expectations.
Career preparation is an integral aspect of the undergraduate experience at Emmanuel. Our Career Center supports and guides students in realizing their career aspirations, while taking an active role in their professional development. Recognizing that Career Development is a process that happens over time, our Career Center staff is committed to meeting students wherever they are in the process—from exploration and discovery to choosing a career and embarking on a successful future. LEARN MORE ABOUT US >>