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Career Resources for Women

The Career Services & Internship Program Office is dedicated to supporting our female students and respecting gender diversity in their career development. We have pulled together select resources and websites that can be helpful for the career development and job search process. If you have questions or concerns about the job search process, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with one of our career advisors who will be happy to meet with you.

Business and Professional Women’s Foundation (BPW) partners with employers to create successful workplaces that embrace and practice diversity, equity, and work-life balance convening employers, working women, and policymakers to promote systemic workplace change.

Boston Women’s Workforce Council leads a unique public-private partnership between the Boston Mayor and Greater Boston employers dedicated to eliminating gender and racial wage gaps.

Federally Employed Women (FEW) is a private membership organization working as an advocacy group to improve the status of women employed by the federal government and District of Columbia government.

Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women is a state-established body charged with reviewing the status of women in Massachusetts and offering recommendations regarding policy that would improve access to opportunities and equality.

MomsRising takes on the most critical issues facing women, mothers, and families by educating the public and mobilizing massive grassroots actions.

National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. advocates on behalf of Black women and girls to achieve their full potential.

Black Career Women’s Network is a national career development organization dedicated to fostering the professional growth of Black women.

National Women’s Law Center fights for gender justice—in the courts, in public policy, and in our society—working across the issues that are central to the lives of women and girls.

The City of Boston’s Office of Women’s Advancement promotes gender equity by empowering women and removing systemic barriers to their advancement.

The National Council of Negro Women, Inc. leads, empowers, and advocates for women of African descent, and their families and communities. provides career and self-development information to individuals from diverse backgrounds, specifically African Americans, Asian Americans, Latinx Americans, Native Americans, and women.

Seramount surveys organizations that are committed to women’s advancement, diversity and inclusion, and family-friendly workplace culture to create a “Best Companies List.”

InHerSight uses data to help women find and improve companies where they can achieve their goals.

The Massachusetts Conference for Women provides one full day of connection, motivation, networking, inspiration, and skill building for thousands of women each year.

Ellevate is the largest community of women at work.

AdvancingWomen is a leading diversity recruitment site, connecting top-tier talent in the STEM fields with global opportunities.

Diversity Job-Seeker Career and Job Resources focuses on uniting diversity-driven employers with people of color, women, veterans, older workers, individuals with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Women’s Job List is a job board for women.

Women for Hire specializes in delivering online career fairs, engaging presentations and seminars, and tailor-made marketing programs.

Women Who Code is committed to inspiring women to excel in technology careers.

Center for Women & Enterprise is New England’s leading organization for women entrepreneurs.

Women Entrepreneurs Boston (WE BOS) provides skill-building opportunities, technical help, and networking to help women entrepreneurs launch and grow their businesses in the city.

American Association of University Women (AAUW) provides the foundation and vision to advance gender equity for women and girls.

Society of Women Engineers empowers women to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, to expand the image of the engineering and technology professions as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and to demonstrate the value of diversity and inclusion.

The U.S. Department of Labor Women’s Bureau champions policies and standards that safeguard the interests of working women, advocates for the equality and economic security of women and their families, and promotes quality work environments.

Workplace Fairness provides legal information about sexual and gender discrimination.


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Rondileau Student Union (RSU), Room 104
19 Park Avenue
Bridgewater, MA 02325

Career Service Hours

Monday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm