You can search for jobs and internships using Career Express (See Connect With Us), networking, attending career fairs, participating in employer recruiting events, or meeting with an Advisor in the Center for Career Development. By attending career fairs and employer recruitment events you will find out about more job and internship opportunities. You can also use on-line resources to research potential employment opportunities.
A career fair is an event where large numbers of employers gather at a venue such as a college or convention center to meet potential candidates. It is a great opportunity to meet and make direct contact with company representatives. Our office hosts a number of on campus career fairs and provides an opportunity for students to network with employers from various industries within the private, non-profit and government sectors. Our most recent fairs have held between 80-100 employers and the Career Fair is open to ALL BMCC students and alumni.
Learn about Career Fair Preparation
On Campus Recruitment
On campus recruitment provides students with an opportunity to connect with employers from various industries for full-time, part-time, and internship positions throughout the school year.
- Sign up for Career Express to learn more about upcoming events.
- Workforce 1– Prepares and connects applicants to jobs in New York City
- NY Job Site– Job search resources and listings by the NY State government
- College Grad– Job search engine for students and recent graduates
- Glass Door– Job search engine
- Idealist– Connects idealists with job, internship, and volunteer opportunities
- Indeed-Job search engine
- AccounTemps– Specialized temp agency for accounting, finance and bookkeeping professionals
- Snag A Job– Job search engine
- LinkedIn Job Search- Leverage the orld’s largest professional network to build relationships, connect with opportunities, and to uncover insights such as whom you know at a company, providing you an edge in your job search.
- Internships.com– Largest student-focused internship marketplace, bringing students, employers and higher education institutions together in one centralized location
- O*Net Online– Offers detailed descriptions of the world of work for job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more
- US Bureau of Labor Statistics–BLS publishes information about the nation’s economy: relating to employment, unemployment, and other characteristics of the labor force; consumer and producer prices, consumer expenditures, and import and export prices; wages and other worker compensation; productivity and technological change; employment projections; and safety and health statistics
- Vault-Career information web site, providing employee surveys of top employers, career advice, job listings, and career guides to individual industries.
- Healthcare Careers– From medical office supervisors to specialty physicians, jobs in this field are wide-ranging and available for qualified applicants from various educational backgrounds. Health careers are universally in demand in both rural and urban areas across the globe, as all communities depend on reliable healthcare services and provisions. Medical careers continue to offer stability in the workforce, and according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the need for qualified healthcare workers is projected to grow 19% in the next decade to meet the medical needs of an aging population
Top 25 NYC nonprofit organizations to work for
- American Museum of Natural History
- American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
- ASPCA: American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
- Charity: Water
- Catholic Medical Mission Board (CMMB)
- Covenant House
- Good Shepherd Services
- Girl Scouts of the United States of America
- Institute of International Organization
- International Rescue Committee (IRS)
- The Jewish Board: Health and Human Services for all New Yorkers
- Legal Aid Society
- Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
- March of Dimes Foundation<
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Metropolitan Opera Association
- National Multiple Sclerosis Society
- New York Community Trust
- New York Cares
- Public Health Solutions
- SCO Family Services
- Teach for America
- UNICEF: Humanitarian Aid for children in crisis
- Wildlife Conservation Society
- YMCA of New York City