The Boston College Career Center and Office of Residential Life will be hosting the Newton and Upper Career Nights in the next two weeks in an effort to reach freshmen students.
“The partnership stems from initiatives to make programming more accessible, offer programming that meets the needs of the different residential communities, build community amongst residents, and connect students with the Career Center,” said Amber Meyers, Assistant Director of the Career Center.
The Career Nights will provide freshmen with an opportunity to meet the Career Center staff and peer career advisors and ask any questions they may have. The Career Center will be providing information about successful summer planning, using LinkedIn, and other resources offered by the Career Center.
“The goal of Career Night is to provide accessible career programming to first-year residents and to engage first-year students in vocational discernment early on as they explore Fr. Himes’ Three Key Questions: 'What brings me joy? What am I good at? And what does the world need?'” said Meyers.
Newton Career Night will take place in Trinity Chapel on Tuesday, Jan. 31 from 6:30 to 8 p.m., and Upper Career Night will be in the O’Connell House on Wednesday, Feb. 8 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Students are asked to RSVP through EagleLink.