If you’re undecided about what you want to do, explore majors and in-demand careers based on your interests. You can take a career assessment and browse careers and programs.
A co-op is field experience in a major, allowing students to earn credit and completed during one semester. Learn more.
Internship opportunities are part of a formal program hosted by an employer or organization that includes work experience, and other activities such as professional development workshops, conferences or networking opportunities. Most internships are full-time for the semester and are often paid, either by stipend or an hourly rate. Learn more.
Federal Work Study Program
Federal Work Study is a form of financial aid that offers eligible students part-time employment opportunities on campus or off-campus in community service sites. Learn more.
Community-Engaged Learning links classroom study to real-world problems. Students taking Community-Engaged Learning courses are required to complete a designated amount of volunteer service hours per semester with a local, not-for-profit community partner.
Find a Job: Middlesex College students and graduates can access the College Central Network (CCN) to search for a job.
Get Résumé Help: We can help you prepare your first résumé or revise your current résumé.
Prepare for an Interview: View answers to common interview questions and other tips on interview preparation. Interviewing Tips
References & Recommendations: Employers often ask for references, especially after a successful job interview. We can walk you through this step.
Job Fairs: We host employer recruitment events on campus throughout the year.
If you are unemployed, you may qualify for a tuition waiver or state funding for training. Determination of eligibility is made by the Department of Labor/Workforce Development.
If you or your company is looking to recruit, our students make great employees or interns for your company. Post open positions on our job site and find great candidates.