Health care occupations are expected to create more jobs than any other industry between 2014 and 2024. As a HealthCareMBA@Simmons student, you will have access to a variety of career support resources and services designed to help you create, identify, and access career advancement opportunities.
We encourage you to take advantage of these valuable tools as you consider, define, and refine your career goals:
Virtual Career Center
The Virtual Career Center offers professional development best practices and allows you to access them anywhere on your own time. These tips and resources are delivered through a combination of asynchronous, self-paced content and live, 1:1 sessions, which build on career development concepts.
As a student, you may schedule one-on-one advising appointments with our career services staff at any time. During these appointments, our staff can help with résumé reviews, mock interviews, career goal definition, and more.
You will be able to work with our career services team to help create a networking strategy to engage with alumni and employers alike. The team will help you find job opportunities through Simmons’ exclusive job posting tools, and determine key industry-specific tips and tricks for getting hired.
The career services team offers a library of career resources to assist you with application materials, your professional brand, and more. Resources include guides for interviews, tips for writing résumés and cover letters, templates, and live and recorded webinars.
HealthCareMBA@Simmons is designed to bring together professionals working across different areas within health care to help you build valuable professional connections. You will meet face-to-face with classmates, professors, and industry experts both in and out of class.
Based in Boston, a leading city for health care innovation, Simmons connects you with unique resources, including its renowned Center for Research in Health Policy and Management. This innovative community of health care leaders actively support Simmons students as they develop new skills and pursue career opportunities.
As a student, you’ll attend in-person immersions focused on building career development skills such as leading health care organizations and communicating across sectors. You will also be able to network with classmates and industry experts as well as gain real-world experience applying core strategic management principles. Learn more about immersions.