You have big aspirations—we’re here to help make them real. The Career Development Center (CDC) teaches you the skills and resources required to take your ambitions beyond graduation day into the working world.

The CDC can help you polish your resume, find an internship, prepare for an interview, negotiate your salary, and can help you connect with a number of other resources. Our staff members are dedicated to helping all undergraduate and graduate students make their way into a fulfilling and successful professional future.

Students and alumni can meet individually with an advisor, attend a workshop, or connect with alumni and employers at one of our job fairs or industry panels. We leverage our downtown Boston location to foster and maintain relationships with top employers, allowing students to develop strong networks of professional contacts.

Schedule an Appointment with a Career Advisor

Need help finding a job or internship? Want someone to review your resume or cover letter? Schedule an appointment with a career advisor on your own through Handshake, or by calling our front desk at 617-573-8034, or visiting us on the 9th floor of 73 Tremont Street.

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Career Resources


Handshake is an all-in-one career management platform for students and alumni to search and apply for jobs, sign-up for a career or recruiting event, and make meetings with a career advisor.

Resume Guide

Suffolk University’s Resume & Cover Letter Guide includes general guidelines for resume and cover letter writing, as well as sample resumes for undergraduate and graduate students in all types of industries.


Vault provides industry-specific career information and resources. Key offerings include profession and company overviews, interviewing tips, and job and internship board with personalized alerts. For off-campus access: login to Handshake, click Career Center, and select Resources.


GoinGlobal provides international students with U.S. city guides, job postings, cultural advice, and an H-1B Visa Directory. It also provides international city guides and information for students who plan to study or work abroad. For off-campus access: login to Handshake, click Career Center, and select Resources.


Focus2 provides interactive assessments to help students explore majors and careers by assessing personality, skills, values and work interests. Create a Focus2 account using the link below, and use “rams” for the access code.

LinkedIn Learning

Students can improve their professional value by developing business, technology-related, creative, or career-oriented skills. LinkedIn Learning is an online educational platform that provides over 9,000 expert-led course videos in these topics. Create an account using your Suffolk email.