O’Brien Center for Career Development
One of the most important things college can do for you is help you find a career path that is exciting, rewarding, inspiring, or all of the above. At Merrimack College, we make this easier than usual— by expanding students’ horizons while educating and inspiring them to make informed career decisions; providing access to experiential learning and full-time employment opportunities; and by linking employers to campus resources.
Finding Your Career Path
The O’Brien Center for Career Development staff offer a wealth of resources, including career fairs and panels, researching employment opportunities, on-campus interviews, and extensive one-on-one advising to help you identify your interests, explore your options, and pursue your employment or graduate study goals.
Internships and Cooperative Education
A key element of what we offer is the chance to work in the real world while still attending classes, which is made possible through our Internship and Cooperative Education Programs. Students experience the working world first hand through paid positions in the fields that interest them, including business, nonprofit, healthcare, government, and education. Students can also gain work experience through the many internship and community service opportunities we have developed.
As you discover your own strengths and interests at Merrimack, let us help you also discover the various career options that could lead to even greater satisfaction and success after you graduate.
February 27, 2018
- 9:00am - 11:00am Sport Management Networking Breakfast
Utilize Advantage to search and post full-time, internship and co-op positions, register for events and access on campus interview schedules.
News & Success Stories
Merrimack’s Liberal Arts Career Night offers a powerful networking and learning experience for liberal arts majors pondering post-college careers.
The 3rd annual Finance Networking Brunch brought together ten alumni and an estimated 60 students to the Executive Suite in Crowe Hall for great conversation “to gain an insider’s view of the industry.”
“We wanted our students to see that part of the value of a Liberal Arts education is its potential to provide a foundation for a great variety of lucrative and rewarding career paths,” offered Dr. Sean Condon, interim dean for the School of Liberal Arts.