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Center for Career and Professional Development

500 Rutherford Ave, Boston

The Center for Career & Professional Development (CCPD) is Cambridge College’s career resource hub for students, alumni and employers.

CCPD will assist students and alumni in launching new careers and in the pursuit of meaningful professional opportunities. CCPD will also link employers to a diverse and local talent base committed to success in the workplace.

International Students are encouraged to explore career building opportunities through CCPD, but must first work with the International Students Services Team to ensure they meet the US Department of Homeland Security requirements. 

CCPD for Students and Alumni

CCPD has teamed with College Central Network (CCN) to connect you to a virtual range of career building services, events, job opportunities and field-based learning/internship experiences.

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Once you register, you can:  

  • View career building sites for data on jobs, salaries and employment statistics
  • Keep track of relevant CCPD and School events and activities
  • Search job opportunities and field-based learning/internship experiences
  • Post your resume for employer review (Need help to refine your resume? Connect with for one-on-one assistance.)

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Career Planning and Development

Students can support their career growth strategies through one-on-one sessions covering one or more of the following:

  • Perfecting resumes and cover letters
  • Managing personal brands and social media identity
  • Mastering networking principles
  • Optimizing mentor relationships
  • Navigating diversity and inclusion in the workplace
  • Accessing professional development training and advanced-graduate degree options

To learn more, contact:

Boston, MA – Center for Career and Professional Development – Irina Galatskaya, Manager for Career Services:

Lawrence, MA – Melissa Sue Padilla, Regional Center Director:

Puerto Rico – Santiago Mendez-Hernandez, Regional Center Director:

Gabriel Ruedas, CC-Puerto Rico Academic Advisor:

Southern CA – Rita Clemons, Regional Center Director:

Springfield, MA – Teresa Forte, Regional Center Executive Director:


For additional support, please contact one of our Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Success Coaches at to get assistance by phone, email or in-person.

Experiential Learning

Each School at Cambridge College provides experiential learning opportunities relevant to your program including, but not limited to:

  • Internships and field placements
  • High impact practices such as industry–specific case studies
  • Intensive industry or skill-based writing/research assignments
  • Community-based service learning

To learn more, contact:

School of Undergraduate Studies

School of Education

School of Management

School of Psychology and Counseling


International Students

International Students are encouraged to explore career building and experiential learning opportunities at Cambridge College, but must act in accordance with the rules and regulations set forth by the US Department of Homeland Security regarding number of hours, authorization to work, and tax filing.

Read about regulatory requirements or contact the International Student Services team:

Maxime Mad-Toingue, Assistant Director of International Student Services,

Vera Dimoplon, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at:


CCPD for Corporate Partners

Companies and Organizations can work with Cambridge College to gain access to a diverse talent pipeline. When you become a CCPD Partner, you can use the College Central Network (CCN) portal to:

  • Post job opportunities for our students
  • Review student resumes for potential recruitment
  • Reach out to potential candidates directly

Additionally, you can discover and connect with potential employees by participating in

  • Career expos
  • Discussion panels
  • Networking events

Learn more about becoming a Corporate Partner. Contact Phillip Page, VP of Strategic Partnerships, at