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The Center for Global & Career Services (CGCS) empowers Curry students to achieve lifelong success through access to high-impact global experiences, comprehensive career services and international student advising.  We support the College’s mission to educate and graduate students prepared to engage in successful careers and active citizenship with a global perspective.

Make an Appointment

Located in the Learning Commons, CGCS is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Students can make an appointment with an advisor in their area of interest below.



Services Offered by CGCS:

A Curry College student interns at NBC Sports Boston

Careers & Internships

The Center for Global & Career Services works to foster a positive career development experience for students from their first day at Curry College through graduation and beyond.  Our goal is to guide students in building a career development skill set that will help them to succeed throughout their lifetime.  CGCS assists students pursuing academic internships and job opportunities through our Handshake platform. Email:

Curry College students study away in Italy

Study Away Programs

The Center for Global & Career Services connects students to off-campus academic opportunities in the U.S. and abroad.  Through partnerships with foreign universities and third-party providers we connect students to opportunities relevant to their academic and personal goals. CGCS also collaborates with Curry faculty to organize short-term faculty-led programs every year in a variety of academic disciplines and locations. International internships are also available. Email:

Curry College International Students

International Student Services

The Center for Global & Career Services supports international students studying at Curry in F-1 status.  We host an international student orientation at the start of each academic year, advise on employment authorization, travel and SEVIS compliance and advocate for international students as they adjust to U.S. academic and social cultures. Email: