Faculty & Staff

Friedman School faculty members and advisors play an important role in student career development. Students seek advice on issues ranging from course decisions and professional direction to resumes, CVs, and further education. This relationship often continues beyond graduation as former students enter the workplace and pursue their career goals.

We at the Block Career Services Center also forge relationships with students and have a strong investment in their development. Based on this mutual interest, we encourage you to review the information on this page, including ways that faculty members can support students in their career journeys, from career exploration tools to networking and job search resources, and much more.

Featured Resources

Fall 2021 Career Workshops & the Roadmap Workshop Challenge

The Block Career Center (BCC) is excited to offer a robust workshop schedule for Fall 2021. All Friedman students and …

Resources for Faculty/Academic Advisors: Integrating Academic & Career Development

This PDF includes recommendations, resources, and a checklist to support faculty/academic advisors in integrating career conversations and tools into academic …

Faculty Toolkit

The sections below describe the many ways that the Block Career Center partners with faculty by providing programmatic support, access …

Transferable Skills Checklist

Students: Use this checklist to reflect on the skills you’ll bring to an internship, research experience, or job.

Faculty: Consider …

Job and Internship Search Resources to Share with Students

The Block Career Services Center offers numerous resources for finding jobs and internships, including tools just for Tufts Friedman School …

Tips for Writing Recommendation Letters

A letter of recommendation is “expert testimony” to a student’s ability to perform a task: contributing to a team project, …