Career Center

The Berklee Career Center is here to help students understand, explore, and achieve their career potential. Learn more about our mission and vision.

Our team is prepared to work with all Berklee students through virtual programming and resources. Students have full access to virtual advising appointments, walk-in hours, panels and networking events, classroom presentations, and more. Our staff provides expert guidance, innovative resources, and professional development opportunities to College and Conservatory students during their time at Berklee and beyond. Each staff member specializes in one or more of our seven Career Communities, providing students with advice specific to their areas of expertise.

  

Internship Opportunities
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Current Students

 

EXPLORE

 

Explore potential career paths and join communities in your areas of interest.

 

PREPARE

 

Prepare your résumé, cover letter, website, and other materials.

 

WORK

 

Gain hands-on experience with a student employment position.

 

SEARCH

 

Search for jobs, gigs, and internships.

 

INTERN

 

Learn about the internship process, and seek funding opportunities.

 

MEET

 

Make a virtual appointment with an advisor who specializes in your interests.

 

NETWORK

 

Find and connect with others using Berklee's alumni directory.

 

ATTEND


Attend virtual events, including the Virtual Internship Expo and Job Fair.

 


Information for

ALUMNI

Explore opportunities on the Berklee Career Manager.

Get customized notifications about opportunities through the Berklee Hub.

Sign up to be a mentor.

EMPLOYERS

Hire Berklee students and alumni for internships or employment at your company.

Learn about ways to partner with Berklee.

FACULTY AND STAFF

 

Find out how the Berklee Career Center can help enhance your courses and serve your students.

PARENTS AND FAMILIES

 

Learn how the Career Center helps students plan their careers.


Upcoming Events

 

Tony Succar

Visiting Artist Series: Tony Succar (Virtual Event)

Wednesday / November 4, 2020 / 1:00 p.m.
Virtual Event
See description for how to participate virtually.

Tony Succar is a two-time Latin Grammy–winning artist, producer, composer, and arranger whose talents stem from a passion for music gifted to him early in life. In 2019 for his album Mas de mi, he took home Latin Grammys for Producer of the Year and Best Salsa Album, making history as the youngest winner ever to win both categories.

Admission: Free

Visiting Artist Series: Pinar Toprak (Virtual Event)

Friday / November 6, 2020 / 1:00 p.m.
Virtual Event
See description for how to participate virtually.

Pinar Toprak B.M. ’00 is one of the most refreshing voices in film music. With her orchestral music for Captain Marvel, she became the first female composer to score a film set in the Marvel cinematic universe. 

Admission: Free

Visiting Artist Series: Audra McDonald (Virtual Event)

Friday / November 13, 2020 / 1:00 p.m.
Virtual Event
See description for how to participate virtually.

Audra McDonald is known for the breadth and versatility of her artistry as a singer and an actor. The winner of a record-breaking six Tony Awards, two Grammy Awards, and an Emmy Award, in 2015 she was named one of Time’s 100 most influential people and received a National Medal of Arts—America’s highest honor for achievement in the field—from President Barack Obama.

Admission: Free

 

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