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Online Job Board

Looking for a job, co-op/internship, or volunteer opportunity? You have 24/7 access to our online job board Handshake, which is available to all QCC students and alumni.

Register on Handshake!

Job Readiness Resources

Career Services, located in room 272A, provides computers for students to use for resume and cover letter preparation and Internet access for job search related activities as well as labor market information. We also have examples of resumes in multiple academic areas for students.

If you have a job interview, career fair, internship or networking event, Career Services can also provide one FREE professional outfit to help you prepare. Contact us to schedule an appointment, 508.854.4439 or careerservices [at]

  • If you are not sure what industry you would like to work in or what type of job you can do with your current major, use masscis to conduct research on industries and find what areas are growing today and where the most job opportunities are.
  • You can also find numerous opportunities for summer internships through Massachusetts Clean Energy Center Internships
Career Fairs
a qcc career fairThroughout the year there are many career fairs and industry-specific recruiting events. Career fairs come in all shapes and sizes, from small community sponsored events to giant regional career expositions held at major convention centers. Career fairs offer you an easy way to network with local and national companies and a chance to explore career opportunities.
Career Services YouTube Channel

Check out our Career Services YouTube Channel.

Resume & Cover Letters

Learn about tips on how to format your resume & cover letter and what information to include..

Upload your resume to Handshake under the "document" tab to have Career Services staff critique and provide suggestions to help you create a professional resume.

Interview Skills

Students will learn how to prepare for an interview, and will cover some of the most commonly asked interview questions to answering more difficult questions such as, gaps in employment history. While, preparing you for every step of the interview, from planning your interview attire, answering questions effectively, to getting a job offer.

Workplace Etiquette

Learn about professional conduct within the workplace, and work related activities. Students will learn what is acceptable and unacceptable within a business environment, such as, the way one relates to their supervisors/co-workers and customers, behaviors while at work, and how one speaks/communicates to/with people. Explore what it means to look & act like a professional, covering wardrobe, communications skills, telephone etiquette, and social media presence, in addition to providing some tips about best practices and tricks to becoming professional within the workplace.