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Office Location:
Quincy Campus: Presidents Place, Room 513
Plymouth Campus: Room 3

Mailing Address:
Quincy College
ATTN: Career Center
Presidents Place
1250 Hancock St.
Quincy Center, MA 02169

Phone:: (617) 984-1662

Karen Salhaney
Director of Career Services & Placement
(617) 984-1662
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Georgia Clancy
Career Counselor
Plymouth Campus
Career Services, Room 220
(617) 405-5923
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Helpful Resources

America's Job Bank
Search for national employment opportunities primarily in the private sector. A service of the U.S. Department of Labor.

America's Career InfoNet
Find wages and employment trends, job requirements, state by state labor market conditions, employer contacts, and the "most extensive career resource library online."

Search for jobs in the Boston area and beyond, post resumes, and search for upcoming career fairs and events. Read articles on resume writing, networking, interviewing and more.

College Helpers
From part-time jobs to internships. This site specializes in listing jobs for while your at school or recently graduated and need something quick. Also a great source for summer jobs, and internships for college students.

Specializes in listing jobs in the MA area.

Job Quest
This site created by the Massachusetts Division of Career Services allows you to search a Job Bank for job openings through the state. You can also search for upcoming activities and workshops at Massachusetts' One-Stop Career Centers.

Princeton Review's Career Articles & Advice
Articles on career planning, internships, military careers, best entry-level jobs, resumes, cover letters and more.

Post and manage your resume, search for jobs, and get advice for job-seeking and career management.

Best 10 Tech Job Boards
For the best technology inclined candidates, you want to post your open jobs on tech job boards. When you are looking for specialized skills it is best to go to specialized markets.


Other Helpful Links:
Job Opportunities
Career Blog
Choosing College Majors
Internship Resources
Resume Preparation
Quincy College Library