Career Services & Industry Partners



The Department of Career Services and Industry Partnerships (DCSIP) has the dual mission of providing students and graduates with the tools necessary to start and advance in their careers while building and maintaining close ties with industry. By fostering relationships with industry partners, DCSIP helps to ensure that our programs remain relevant to workforce needs and that we can identify and secure employment opportunities for our students.

As a Career College, our mission is to assist students in finding employment in fields related to their major areas of study or continuing on to advanced studies. We consider our positive placement outcomes the cornerstone of the College’s success.

The Office of Career Services is committed to offering BFIT students and alumni ongoing support and assistance with their career exploration, job search preparation, and workplace readiness.

Office of Career Services & Industry Partners Contact Information:
41 Berkeley Street
Union Building, 1st Floor


Phyllis Molta, Director of Career Services & Industry Partnerships, has extensive experience working in the non-profit sector providing career services, educational initiatives, and scholarship oversight. Prior to her work in non-profit, Phyllis worked as a recruiter and Human Resources manager. She holds a BA from UMass Amherst in Psychology, continued studies in Guidance and Counseling at Rider University, and a Graduate Certificate from Bentley in HR Management. She is member of the Boston Chamber of Commerce Workforce Development Committee. 
Office: Union Building, 1st Floor


Jack Harari, Associate Director of Career Services and Industry Partnerships. Jack provides students and recent graduates with the tools necessary to enter the workplace with many advantages. His focus is establishing and maintaining relationships with industry partners to obtain internship and employment opportunities for college students and graduates. Jack is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and holds a Master's Degree in Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. He is a member of the Career Counselors Consortium, Boston Chamber of Commerce and Commonwealth Workforce Coalition. Jack joined Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology in 2011.
617-588-1379; E-mail
Office: Union Building, 1st Floor