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Boston-Area Employers Recruit Business and STEM Students at BHCC Spring Career Fairs

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) Career Services announces spring 2018 career fairs.

CareerConnect April Events

Business Fair
Thursday, April 5 | 12–2 p.m.
G-Building, Gymnasium

STEM & Healthcare Fair
Thursday, April 12 | 12–2 p.m.
G-Building, Gymnasium

The fairs will bring approximately 60 employers to the BHCC campus to recruit for various positions in business, science, technology and healthcare.

In the weeks following the spring career fairs, LifeMap will invite employers back to campus for a series of information sessions.

Employer Talks & Interviews
April 17–26 | 1–2 p.m. | LifeMap E225
Corporate hiring managers will promote their organizations, current job openings and long-term career paths and interview select students for positions on campus.

The two industry-specific career fairs are part of an annual series at the College. Last fall, BHCC invited 55 influential organizations in the fields of finance and accounting, manufacturing, government, education, technology and environmental science, to two events. Roughly 600 BHCC students participated in the fall fairs networking with recruiting managers and hearing from BHCC alumni working with these organizations.

Employers in attendance included long-standing Learn & Earn partners Raytheon and State Street who were recruiting for corporate accounting and financial services roles as well as representatives from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Massachusetts Dept. of Revenue visited campus for the first time. Other major companies including Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Southwest, UPS and Target visited BHCC looking to meet students interested in IT, marketing, management, product development and other operational roles.

Learn more about BHCC Career Services, track future professional development events and explore career-related resources available to BHCC students at or visit LifeMap in E235.