For every Emmanuel student, gaining employable skills and experiences is central to the college experience—and it starts on day one. With this in mind, area employers turn to Emmanuel for engaged, qualified interns and employees. They know that Emmanuel students have the academic grounding and real-world work experiences they are looking for.
Learn more about our students and their career preparation, opportunities to connect with Emmanuel students on campus, and how our Employer Advisory Council is deepening relationships between the College and top organizations around Boston, ensuring graduates are prepared for an ever-evolving workforce.
Emmanuel is home to 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students from across the U.S. and around the world, who engage in a dynamic learning community where intellectual exuberance is celebrated, differing perspectives are respected and diverse theories and approaches are explored with energy and focus.
With a robust internship program and events such as career fairs, on-campus interview opportunities, employer panels and more, Emmanuel offers a range of resources for employers seeking to recruit Emmanuel students.
In an effort to broaden the scope of their work, the Career Center at Emmanuel College launched an Employer Advisory Council in Fall 2018, a colloquium comprised of Career Center staff and human resource professionals from area institutions created to discuss trends of the industry, best practices and more.
Robert’s interest in the workings of the wider world grew in 2011 as the Arab Spring became international news. “I love history,” he said, “so knowing the history of the states as well as their current affairs made their actions and interactions much more interesting to me.”
What began as an on-campus job in Emmanuel's student center transformed into a new career path for Jessie, one that brought her to Harvard University as a master's candidate in higher education administration.
Chemistry graduate Jennifer Scarborough '17 has found a way to combine her love for science and education. She shares her enthusiasm for the subjects as an education associate in the Hall of Human Life exhibit at Museum of Science Boston—one of the top science museums in the country (according to National Geographic).
At Emmanuel, management major Juan Sebastian Levy '14 prepared to succeed in an increasingly global society, experience that has taken him to Wayfair's offices in Berlin and back to Reebok's international headquarters in Boston.
Kylia visited Emmanuel's Career Center for the first time during her freshman year and made key connections that would eventually lead her to a full-time position in research administration at Harvard University.
One of Jannet Desvira's goals early in her Emmanuel career was to become president of the Business Leaders of Emmanuel Club. She has achieved that and more—and is poised to become a business leader in the real world.
On campus and off, Jaxell Negron is all about building community. As an RA, he creates a strong, safe sense of rapport within his residence hall. Through the on-campus boxing club he co-founded, he gave students a new way to work out and relieve stress.
Greater Boston is home to thriving startups, storied financial firms, major media markets, world-class medical centers, leading universities and game-changing non-profits. How is Boston able to continually attract top talent and incubate innovative organizations?