Admissions & Aid
With the support of counselors and advisors, you’ll have the connections, skills and opportunities to start the career you’ve worked so hard for. Through job fairs, workshops, and other internship resources, you’ll be connected to countless career opportunities across New York City and the world.
Dedicated career coaches
Our coaches, or career counselors, help you meet your career goals by outlining the steps to enable you to plan and prepare for your career. Mock interviews help you prepare for the real thing, and our coaches will advise you on how to improve your performance.
Stipends for internships
Every year, Magner Career Center awards close to 100 students with over $100,000 in stipends to fund their unpaid career experiences. Available to both undergraduate and graduate students, these stipends help provide greater flexibility and freedom in choosing internship opportunities.
Access to employers
We’ve partnered with hundreds of different companies to give you unique opportunities to pursue your career goals. These employers are looking for candidates with the skills, experience, and perspectives that graduates of Brooklyn College bring.
We’ve created a series of helpful videos to give you a better understanding of career opportunities. These short videos will show you what’s out there, help you explore your options, and offer expert advice and techniques for finding your dream career.
Meet with successful Brooklyn College alumni who are working in your career field to get guidance, advice, and support. It’s your chance to get insider information about an industry or specific company, and gain an understanding of the work environment, skills needed, or potential opportunities.
Learn first-hand about a profession you’re interested in by visiting a company’s office for yourself. Past visits have been to companies such as Google, EY, Yelp, DKNY, Deloitte, Bloomberg, and Goldman Sachs.
Workshops and panels
A career-skills workshop will help you identify and develop the skills necessary to find a workshop you’ll like. And through an employer panel or networking event, you’ll meet experienced professionals and alumni in your field.
Special programs & resources
Here, you’ll have access to specific resources for your unique situation, or for the industry or career field you’re most interested in. With programs such as the Tech Talent Pipeline, CUNY Leads, and Future in Finance Magner Career Center will help connect you with what you need to find success.
Aon believes businesses succeed when the communities they serve—and the people they employ—flourish. Our program with Brooklyn College affirms our values: committed as one firm to our purpose, united through trust as one inclusive, diverse team, and passionate about making our colleagues and our clients successful.
At KPMG, people are our number one priority. Together with Brooklyn College, we strive to unlock the power of our people—developing the best and most diverse talent, providing access to meaningful opportunities, and creating an environment in which everyone can thrive and grow personally and professionally. With a wealth of shared learning and career development opportunities, a world-class training facility, and leading market tools, our partnership with Brooklyn College is at the heart of our effort to never stop learning and improving.
PwC and Brooklyn College share a commitment to support students in building their career-ready skills and developing their personal brand. Together, we are working to inspire and empower students to change the world, shape industries and provide a lasting impression in their communities. Are you ready to get started?
A welcome message for prospective students, from the director of Magner Career Center.
At his lauded independent record label, Daniel Glass ’77 gives students the chance to join the exclusive world of the music industry.
A successful lawyer for 43 years, Steven Gursky ’76 has found time to volunteer throughout his busy career, whether at a food pantry, providing pro-bono legal services, or as a
The first in a series on the robust mentorship program at Brooklyn College, the spotlight is on Dr. Lawrence Budnick ’74, who is helping students clear the first hurdle on their way to medical school—the admission interview.
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