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Getting a job requires starting early,  gaining experience, conducting research, preparing, and attending events where you can meet meet employers and professionals. More effort and using all resources = better results.   HireBC is where we post jobs/internships, access HireBC via portal.brooklyn.edu (career section). 

  • Be Prepared
    • Review the Resume/Cover Letter Quick Reference to ensure you have an error-free resume and cover letter that markets your skills to employers
    • Review the Interview Quick Reference to ensure you are properly prepared
    • Review all of our quick reference guides which include topics such as how to network and what to wear. Also check out themuse.com for career tips.
    • Attend our relevant workshops such as Job Search 101
  • Do Research
    • Use the Vault resources for job postings, company overviews, career videos etc.
    • Access employer directories for a wide area of industries/occupations through the Vault, Wetfeet. indeed.com and Glassdoor.com are also great resources for company information, salary, interview questions etc.
  • Connect With Employers
    • Attend information sessions with employers, career conferences, company visits and/or panels focused on specific industries/career fields
    • Attend our October and/or March job/internship fair as well as job fairs off campus. 
    • Search for jobs on various search sites such as HireBC (exclusive to BC students accessible via portal.brookly.edu) indeed.com, themuse.com. linkedin.com, internships.com and apply to many jobs/internships

There are additional tips and resources if you are looking for something part-time or an internship

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