Fall 2021 Reopening Plans
We will reopen our campuses for classes, activities, and residential living in Fall 2021. Find the latest information on our Fall 2021 Plan page.

Career Services

Our Career Resource Center works with undergraduate and graduate students and alumni on career exploration and decision-making, job search strategies, effective self-promotion, and work issues. We can help you with questions about choosing a major, job opportunities related to a specific program or major, recommendations, interviewing, and graduate school applications.


Appointments

To set up a career coaching appointment, go to Handshake using your Lesley username and password. After responding to the profile questions, click on “Career Center” from your Handshake home page, and then click on “Appointments.” You can select “Phone Call” or “Video Call” via Zoom.  

If you graduated in 2018 or before, go to Handshake and click on "Sign up here" in the upper right. Lesley graduates can use their Lesley or personal email address.

Alumni who graduated from Lesley more than one year ago are limited to three appointments per year (July 1 to June 30).


Handshake

We have a new job listing platform, Handshake, to search job openings and connect to potential opportunities. 

Browse Job Opportunities


Additional Resources

Check out these helpful online tools and resources for topics related to choosing a major, searching for jobs, and more

Career Services Staff:

A headshot of Alice Diamond. She has short blonde hair and glasses, is wearing a dark blue coat and there is snow in the background.

Alice Diamond, Associate Dean for Career and Community Service

Alice Diamond is Associate Dean for Career and Community Service at Lesley and oversees both the Career Resource Center and the Office of Community Service. Alice serves as a career coach for students and alumni and has special interests in interview skills coaching, negotiating terms of employment, helping students avoid job search scams, and contributing to the diversity of the workforce.

Email Alice: adiamond@lesley.edu

Visit Alice's bio page.

A headshot of Jessica Courtney.

Jessica Courtney, Associate Director, Career Resource Center

Jessica is a career coach for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as Lesley University alumni. Jessica’s professional interests include helping students to learn more about their own personalities, interests, and values to inform major and career decisions, nonverbal communication and the role of the body in interviewing and career exploration, and working with international students and English language learners.

Email Jessica: jessica.courtney@lesley.edu

Visit Jessica's bio page.

Contact the Career Resource Center