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Boston Career Link offers a number of resources and services specifically designed to help job seekers connect with employers and find employment.

Become A Member

Become a member of Boston Career Link and take advantage of the many services available to you without charge, including:

  • Career Resource Room
  • Referrals to training
  • Recruitment events
  • Career fairs
  • Labor market information

To become a member, all you will need to do is come to the career center. Once you become a member, you will receive a membership card and have full access to the resources and services of Boston Career Link.

There is a new member orientation for groups. This orientation shares career center services to large groups/community-based organizations. Orientation is scheduled by appointment and can be facilitated at Boston Career Link or another site. For more information, please contact Monica Jones, Manager of Intensive Services, at 617-541-1476 or mjones@bostoncareerlink.org.


Workshops at Boston Career Link provide the opportunity to access job information in a group setting and become better prepared to pursue new employment opportunities. Some of the workshops offered on a weekly basis include:

  • Basic Resume Writing
  • Write a Cover Letter
  • How to do an Online Job Search and Job Application
  • The Job Interview
  • Networking
  • Job Search Stratgies

Recruitment/Job Fairs

Throughout the year Boston Career Link holds several recruitment events and job fairs. If you would like to receive notifications about these events please complete the following form.

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Skills Training

Some job seekers who need skills training may be eligible for individual training funds through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity ACT or WIOA. WIOA is a federally funded skills training program eligible to:

  • Low-income Boston residents
  • Dislocated workers of Boston companies or workers laid off from Boston companies
  • Laid off Boston residents

Skills training orientation is offered every Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.at Boston Career Link. No registration is required.


Employers come to Boston Career Link to conduct Onsite Recruitments with qualified candidates. To find out which employers are coming and information about the event, look for notices in the career center's reception area.

Career Fairs connect job seekers with employers. The fairs are held on site at 1010 Harrison Avenue in Boston. For information about Career Fairs, look for notices in the career center's reception area.

Report A Job

When you find a job,please take a few minutes to report this information to Boston Career Link. A major part of what we do with our members involves the continued assessment of employment trends and by sharing your new employment information, you're helping us continue to provide quality services for other job seekers and career changers.

Just complete a short Congratulations! You Got a Job form and return it to Boston Career Link.

Good luck!


The Commonwealth of Massachusetts provides special priority of services for veterans or spouses of veterans to assist in employment or educational goals.

To schedule an appointment contact:

Mark Bryson
Veteran’s Representative
617-541-1487 or email Mark.Bryson1@massmail.state.ma.us

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Boston Career Link holds quarterly job and career fairs.