Career Events


Diplomat in Residence Series 

Bill Gannon, Diplomat in Residence-DIR New England (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT) from the US Department of State and MCC’s guest speaker talking about career opportunities at the US Department of State.  Please see dates and topics of all three sessions below.   Registration is REQUIRED.  See below for each session’s registration link.     All Majors Welcome 

Topic of Discussion          Computer Science/IT Opportunities in the Federal Government

 Date                               Tuesday, October 20th

 Time                               12 Noon
 Registration Link              Diplomat in Residence Registration Link 10/20/2020  Stem Logo


Topic of Discussion          Federal Internships

Date                               Wednesday, December 2nd 

Time                               12 Noon 

Registration Link              Diplomat in Residence Registration Link 12/2/2020


Engineering Seminar Series

Date                            Every Wednesday Beginning September 23rd - December 2nd

Time                           6-7pm EST

Have you ever wondered what it was like to be an engineer or what do they do?  Now’s your opportunity to learn all about it from the comfort of your home on Wednesday evenings from 6 –7 pm EST.  Questions? Email




MCC Career Development and Alumni Career Readiness Series

Date                             Thursday, October 8th

Time                             11 AM

Registration Link             Career Readiness Series:  Hospitality

The focus of the series is to offer to MCC alums, as well as current students and faculty, information on how a variety of industries are responding to the current challenges due to COVID-19. 

“Career Readiness in the COVID Economy: How the Hospitality Industry is Responding

 *co-sponsored by MCC’s Alumni Office


Resume Writing and Workforce Skills Panel
Date                              Wednesday, October 14th                                       

Time                              2 pm                                                                 
Registration Link             Resume Writing and Workforce Panel                                                                

This panel will consist of individuals from Raytheon, the Department of Labor and the Bedford VA who will provide MCC students with insight on how they can use their resume to market themselves for civilian or federal careers.  While the focus of this discussion will be gear toward veterans and military connected students, ALL MCC students are welcome and encouraged to attend.  

  • How veteran and military-connected students translate military skills to either a federal or civilian resume.
  • What executive functioning skills are needed in the workforce (e.g. – communication, teamwork, attitude, leadership and work ethic).
  • What experiences and skills may be of value to employers.

 *co-sponsored by MCC’s Veteran’s Resource Center    vrc


Raytheon Information Session

Date                             Wednesday, October 21st

Time                             1pm

Registration Link            Raytheon Information Session

Raytheon Technologies is excited to host a virtual Informational Session with Middlesex Community College and its partners. We encourage all STEM Degree students to join us to learn more about Raytheon Technologies. There will a hiring manager, technical manager and recruiters on the call to discuss and answer your questions live. We will also be discussing our Electronics Test position. This is an excellent starting career opportunity to join Raytheon Technologies using the tools and skills you’ve acquired from your degree.


MCC Fall 2020 Virtual Internship Fair

Students will have the opportunity to speak to employers seeking interns for all industries.  If faculty plan to offer extra credit to students attending this event, a member of career services would be more than happy to speak to students on how to best prepare for a career fair.  

 Date                              Thursday, November 12th

 Time                              1-3pm

 Registration                    Students and Employers can register through their Handshake account




Writing in the Workplace Employer Panel

A panel of notable professionals working in the fields of Banking, Business, and the Sciences will share with students the importance of writing in their respective careers.

Date                              Tuesday, December 1st

Time                              9:30 AM

Registration Link             Writing in the Workplace 

*co-sponsored by MCC’s Alumni Office






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