Career Services has a wide variety of resources to assist you with identifying career opportunities, finding up to date information on the latest job market trends, acquiring work experience in your field and developing job search skills for a successful transition from school to work. You can also take advantage of all of our web resources on The Q including our online job board Purple Briefcase co-op, and internship database.
Contact Us:
In Person:  Room 272a
Phone:      508-854-4439
Fax:         508-854-4426
Office Hours:                        
Monday,             8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday,            8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday,       8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Thursday,          8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Friday,               8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

On Campus Recruiting

Career Services (CS) at Quinsigamond Community College (QCC) provides employers an opportunity to recruit students with associate degrees and certificates as well as alumni to fill their workforce requirements.

Career Services partners with employers to offer students career, internship, and cooperative education opportunities.

If interested in recruiting at QCC please fill out our On-Campus Recruiting Request Form and e-mail back to our office.

Cooperative Education

Cooperative Education is a program that offers students a transitioning environment between College and career. It promotes the development of critical thinking, independent performance, the integration of theory and practice in the workplace, and student responsibility for learning. Most students can elect a cooperative education study option. It can be used as an elective in some academic programs, a requirement in others. A student can earn up to nine credits in cooperative education toward their degree.

The co-op staff assists with job development, meets with inquiring students individually to assess their skills, abilities, and aspirations and matches employer needs with student interest and ability to create a mutually valuable work/education experience. To earn credits, students work a specified number of hours per week during the semester; develop a Learning Agreement that articulates the academic outcomes upon which their credit evaluation is based; attend an orientation and meet with their co-op advisor and the career placement representative, where they discuss their work activities, college studies, and career interests.

Don't forget to register and look for co-op and internship opportunities on our job board Purple Briefcase!

Disney College Program

Disney College Program

The Walt Disney World College program is a unique opportunity to learn, work, and live for a semester at Walt Disney World in Florida and join students from all over the world.  This paid internship is open to students in all majors and provides an opportunity to build your resume, be trained, mentored and network with top Disney leaders while learning skills that can be applied to any career. 

Intern Hub

Intern Hub is a free portal for students, employers, and career counselors in the Greater Boston area. This portal offers an interactive internship job board and custom resources.

General Job Search
The program facilitates the placement of students and recent graduates, who are considering career opportunities in the life sciences, in paid internships across the state.
Profiles featured which cover hundreds of occupations and describe What They Do, Work Environment, How to Become One, Pay, and more. Each profile also includes BLS employment projections.

An integrated job search and career building platform, the VA for Vets Career Center takes the guesswork out of entering the civilian workforce.

To learn more about Credit for Prior Learning, click here.

At QCC instructors primarily use Blackboard Learn to manage their courses. Some instructors manage courses here within The Q using Jenzabar eLearning. If you are not sure which system your instructor plans to use, please contact him or her directly.

On Campus Recruiting