The Hale Center for Career Development maintains an active roster of events and programs to help Connecticut College seniors with their career search. The best resource is your career adviser, who is available to help you create and execute your plan, set goals and strategize to make the most of the next three, six, nine and twelve months.

Among the easiest resources to use is the Career Newsletter, emailed to you weekly, and social media — we're on Twitter, @ConnCollegeCareer, and Facebook,

For information on any of the following programs, including the Fall and New York Recruiting Consortia, please contact Ryan Edmonds at or at 860-439-2770.

Employer & Grad School Events

Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019
FBI Information Session 12–1 p.m. (Cro 224)

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the domestic intelligence and security service of the United States, and its principal federal law enforcement agency.

FBI Posting in CamelLink – Posting ID#10575.

Summer 2020 Honors Internship Program - The Honors Internship Program is a 10-week, paid internship for undergraduate and graduate college students. While exploring our exciting career options, students will work side-by-side with FBI employees at one of our FBI Headquarters locations or in one of our 56 field offices located across the country. The goal of this internship is to offer students experiences they can’t find anywhere else and to assist the FBI with building a pipeline of potential future entry-level employees. FBI Hiring Managers are seeking applicants from a wide range of academic areas of study. Interns are placed in assignments based on their educational background, skill sets and unique life experiences.
Deadline: Sept. 15, 2019

FBI FBI-in-Residence 1–2 p.m. (Fanning 111)

Meet with Special Agent Stacy Bowery to hear more about the Summer 2020 Honors Internship Program, working for the FBI, and to get your questions answered.


Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019
Consortia Information Session Information Session 12–1 p.m. (Fanning 111)

Conn participates in two consortia interview days with other top-ranked schools in the area. Join us to find out more about the consortium events happening in October 2019 and January 2020. Learn about who is participating and how you can best prepare for this exciting opportunity to interview with top firms around the New York City area. The session is open to all students and all majors, but will focus primarily on juniors and seniors.


** Sept.16-20, 2019: STEM Career Exploration Week 

Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019
Career Conversations w/ Pfizer Alumni 1:1 1–3 p.m. (Fanning 111) and 3-5 p.m. (Fanning 111)

Opportunity to meet 1:1 with two alumni who work at Pfizer. RSVP to reserve a spot!  

Matt Hayward ’89, Associate Research Fellow, will meet with students from 1-3 p.m. and Annie Chu Roberts ’03, Senior Products Research Associate, will meet with students from 3-5 p.m.


Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019
Travelers Information Session 10:25–11:40 a.m. (Bill Hall 106 - Silfen Auditorium)

Part of the STEM Career Exploration Week, stop by to hear about The Travelers Data Science, Analytics, and Business Intelligence programs. A focus will be on business, mathematics and computer science.


Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019
Internship Showcase 12–1 p.m. (Blaustein - Ernst Common Room)

Seniors returning from their summer internships will be talking about their experiences and answering questions about opportunities to work in STEM related companies and positions. All class years and majors welcome!


  • Jonathan Monderer ’20 - Coastal Waterbird Field Intern/Trainee at the Massachusetts Audubon AND Environmental Researcher in Colombia working on conservation of sea turtles and coral reefs
  • Dana Rodwin ’20 - Environmental Conservation Intern at Área de Conservation Guanacaste in Costa Rica via SINAC (Sistema International de Áreas de Conservation) 
  • Anil Timbil ’20 - Student Developer Fellow at Google via Adecco AND Data Science Intern at RocketMiles, a Booking Holdings company, with alum Gary Ng ’11
  • Morgan Zenter ’20 - Land Conservation Intern at the Maine Coast Heritage Trust


Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019
TechPoint Technology & Recruitment Presentation 12–1 p.m. (Cro 224)

TechPoint is the growth initiative for Indiana’s tech ecosystem. The organization’s programs connect talent with jobs, internships and educational programs in tech to accelerate their growth and fill the increasing number of tech jobs in Indiana. They partner with smaller companies in scale-up stage and big companies undergoing digital transformation to connect them with talent, venture capital, customers, promotion and the community. 

Tim Harvey (Wesleyan Alumnus ’85) will be speaking about the program, living/working in Indianapolis, and connecting the liberal arts to working in a technology driven field.

Facts: 10 Week XTERN / Paid / 65 Participating companies in Indianapolis, FREE Housing, 150 Interns hired each summer. All that is needed to apply is an interest in working in tech-related business in Indy. There is no prerequisite for computer science or coding experience, etc. These are businesses that need talent all around to run their operations. 

Internship opportunities within tech companies for the following roles:

  • Business Analyst
  • Data Science
  • Devops/IT Networking
  • Design
  • Marketing
  • Product and Project Marketing
  • QA and Testing
  • Sales
  • Security
  • Software Engineering/Development
  • Technical Customer Success and Support

Deadline to Apply: Oct. 6


Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019
Toast Career Conversations, 12–1 p.m. (Hale Center for Career Development) 

Alums Alexa Tribelli ’18 and Haley Keegan ’18 return to campus to speak about their early career experiences at Toast, a Boston startup that powers successful restaurants of all sizes. By combining point of sale, front of house, back of house and guest facing technology with an unrivaled commitment to customer success, they enable their community of restaurateurs to delight their guests, do what they love, and thrive.

Sign up for a slot to have the opportunity to chat 2:1.


Friday, Sept. 20, 2019
Soltage Information Session, 11:50 a.m. –1 p.m. (Fanning 306)

Michael Zimmer ’06 visits campus to speak with students about Soltage, a solar energy company whose founders harnessed financial, technical and operational expertise to create a business model to enable the engagement of a diverse pool of clients, investors and partners in the utilization of solar power. Open to all majors and class years.


Friday, Sept. 20, 2019
Triumvirate Information Session, 11:50 a.m.–1 p.m. (Cro 224)
Mock Interviews 1:30–4 p.m. (Hale Center)

Triumvirate Environmental is located in Somerville, Massachusetts. The company provides hazardous waste management services to education, healthcare, industrial and life sciences sectors. It also provides chemical clean-up, field services, technical training and environmental consulting services.

The company is seeking liberal arts students interested in science-related employment. Triumvirate recently hired four Conn graduates (Amanda Proulx ’17, Madeleine Kelly ’18, Chris Jellison ’18, and Amelia Morrissey ’19) as environmental specialists and are looking to pipeline in more Camel undergraduates.

Mock Interviews: Practice your interview skills with Dennis Carroll, a recruiter from Triumvirate Environmental.


Recruiting Consortia

Connecticut College participates in two consortium interview days. As part of these events, companies from the New York city region ask the Hale Center for Career Development to announce specific job openings to juniors and seniors. Application materials are collected and submitted to the employers, who then pre-select candidates for in-person interviews in New York City. 

Fall Recruiting Consortium (FRC)

The 20th Annual Fall Recruiting Consortium will take place in Manhattan on Friday, Oct. 25, 2019. A variety of employment fields are represented including finance, consulting, technology, research, education and more. Participating colleges include Brown University, Swarthmore College, Bard College, Union College, and Connecticut College.

Participating employers for 2019 include (*Indicates internship):

  • AB (formerly AllianceBernstein) - Private Wealth Summer Internship*
  • Acuris Global - Marketing Associate; Relationship Manager
  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine - Research Technician A- Pediatrics; Research Technician B- Microbiology and Immunology (3 positions available); Research Technician B- Neuroscience;  Research Technician B- Stem Cell Institute; Study Coordinator- Pediatrics; Study Coordinator- Cancer Center; Study Coordinator- Medicine 
  • AlphaSights - Associate Program - NYC and San Francisco; Summer Associate Internship Program - NYC & SF*
  • Carney Sandoe - K-12 Teaching jobs at Independent Schools Nationwide
  • Clear Street - Backend Software Engineer; 
  • Cigna- Underwriting Early Career Full Time Associate and Underwriting Internship*
  • PJT Camberview - 2020 Analyst and Summer 2020 Analyst*
  • The D.E. Shaw Group- Generalist Intern* 
  • Ekimetrics- Junior Consultant in Strategy & Data Science
  • FDIC- Financial Institutions Specialist; Financial Management Scholars Program (Internship)*
  • Girls Who Code- Program Operations Associate, Events; Public Relations Associate
  • Harding Loevner LP - Client Mgmt/Investment Communications Rotational Intern; Portfolio Management; Associate & Research Associate 
  • M&T Bank - Management Development Program in Branch Management, Finance, Marketing & Product Management, Process Improvement, Wealth & Investment Services
  • Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center - Clinical Research Coordinator; Research Technician-Developmental Biology; Research Technician- Immunology Program; Research Technician Laboratory 
  • Morningstar- Morningstar Development Program (MDP);  Morningstar Summer Internship*
  • Rockefeller - Research Assistant
  • Success Academy - Entry Level Teachers -Elementary and Middle School 20-21
  • Weill Cornell - Clinical Research Assistant; Research Assistant/Technician (2 positions available)


New York Recruiting Consortium (NYRC)

The 2020 New York Recruiting Consortium will be held in Manhattan on Friday, Jan. 10, 2020. Students from Bard College, Brown University, Cornell University, Connecticut College, Swarthmore College, Trinity College, Union College, and William & Mary apply to be interviewed on-site at the program by recruiting organizations. 


Camel-Connected Job and Internship Postings


The Hale Center for Career Development actively develops job and internship postings for students to explore. Many of these opportunities are Camel-Connected - shared by alumni, parents, and friends of the college. 

Students can find these opportunities in CamelLink, accessible through CamelWeb.

Some of these opportunities are also highlighted in our weekly career newsletter and sent out to students who have indicated fields of interest by selecting an affinity group in CamelLink.

Additional Job Resources on our Website

The Hale Center for Career Development has an extensive array of links containing job postings and other job search resources. Visit online career resources for students. Students access passwords through the resource library in CamelLink.

Opportunities to Build Additional Skills

LinkedIn Learning

A free resource, courtesy of an alumna, with thousands of online courses including InDesign, Excel, Photoshop and more. Look for the link on the CamelWeb home page.

Fast Forward

The Hale Center for Career Development partners with the Academic Resource Center (ARC) on an intensive one-week program every January. Students learn directly from professionals through presentations and open engagement during a series of workshops and seminars run almost exclusively by alumni representing a range of disciplines.

And one more thing

The most important resource is your own time. A job search or graduate school application process is equivalent to the time commitment of taking another class. Expect to commit a couple of hours per day, totaling several hours per week, to the process in order to achieve your goals.