Career-readiness is at the heart of Suffolk’s mission, and our center’s work. Our team is here to help you prepare for and enjoy professional success—however you define it—at every stage of your career.

Our staff at the Center for Career Equity, Development & Success has deep ties to Boston’s leading industries and equally extensive relationships with partners across Suffolk. We’re perfectly positioned to help you clarify your career interests and then see all that you can do with them. We’ll help you envision yourself in your dream job and empower you to get it.  

Students talk with potential employers at a Meet the Firms event

Work with us to discover the professional value in your life experiences and background.

We’re your partner for life. Let's get started.

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Toward a More Equitable Future

The Career Center strives to be a welcoming center for all. We are committed to fostering an inclusive environment that empowers you while building and navigating your career plan. Our responsibility is to support you in negotiating a diverse and competitive global job market with confidence, awareness of social identities, and strong career-readiness competence. 

Read The Career Center's Statement on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

“The first appointment I ever made with the Career Center was focused on looking over my resume, helping me find jobs on LinkedIn, and seeing who to pinpoint. I'm starting to acknowledge how important that information is and seeing how I can implement them now as a raising junior. The appointment gave me tips that I've been using over the past two years.”

Cristina Castillo, BSBA in Global Business & Marketing, 2024 Career Ambassador in the Career Center

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“My internship experience really allowed me to sort of work in nuance and in congruence with my internship and with classes. I was able to have conversations with professors after class or in class about certain topics that I'm doing for the internship.”

Breje Khan-Williams, BA in Politics, Philosophy & Economics, 2023 Senior Fellow for the Civic Series

"My RAMP mentor was a really good guy. He guided me throughout my college career, helping me think about things from a different perspective and how to approach different ideas when making decisions. He helped me understand the world of business more. He’s just been a really good support, and I appreciate that." 

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Markendy Fils-Aime, BSBA in Finance, 2020 Risk & Financial Advisory Analyst at Deloitte