New Ferrera Public Service Fellows selected

Allison Criscenzo

Professor Gerald R. Ferrera and the Ferrera Public Service Fellowship Committee, in collaboration with the Career Services Office, are pleased to announce that the 2016 Ferrera Public Service Fellowships have been awarded to Cassidy Bowers ‘17  and Allison Criscenzo ‘17.

Cassidy will be joining the Global Smile Foundation this summer where she will develop and implement a fundraising strategy. Allison will be joining St. Francis House where she will work on a social enterprise project. Cassidy and Allison are …

By Leonard Morrison
Leonard Morrison Director of Undergraduate Career Services Leonard Morrison
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Second edition of Falcon in the Field — featuring Brian Shea (’14) @ the American Cancer Society!

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Brian Shea (’14), our second feature for our Falcon in the Field series, is the Relay for Life community manager at the American Cancer Society! Check out the video below to see what his typical day at a non-profit looks like.

By Cassandra Layman
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Fly, Falcons, Fly! Happy graduation day, Class of 2016 – good luck and all the best today

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Wishing the Class of 2016 the greatest graduation day ever and our returning students a fabulous summer – get out there and spread your wings, Falcons!

By Alyssa Hammond
Alyssa Hammond Director, Career Education & Innovation Alyssa Hammond
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Our own Len Morrison gives his perspective on resurgence of Credit Training Programs in Banker & Tradesman

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Did you know that Credit Analyst roles are making a comeback in a big way and more and more banks are coming to campus to recruit Bentley students for their training programs? See why in Banker & Tradesman’s latest article about how credit training programs are coming back in style and what Len Morrison has to say about this trend and it’s impact on on-campus recruiting!

 

By Alyssa Hammond
Alyssa Hammond Director, Career Education & Innovation Alyssa Hammond
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Bentley students made their mark as consultants at Deloitte this spring!

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Bentley students who acted as consultants during this spring’s Deloitte Consulting’s externship program delivered a great final product on ‘the internet of things’.  There was a roomful of Bentley alums and other Deloitte Consulting employees as well as Career Services staff and Professor Yates there to hear their presentation.

From left to right: Bentley students Guy Doron, Matt Zeglen, Dominic Gutkin-Nicolas, Se Jin Park, Julia Kenney and Eliza Brooks.

 

 

Great job, Falcons!

By Janet Ehl
Janet Ehl Director, Recruiting and Employer Relations Janet Ehl
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Women’s Opportunity Luncheon

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Congratulations on finishing the semester!

As you prepare for the wonderful summer ahead, I wanted to share this opportunity. Many of you have some time before starting up internships (I would say “or full-time roles, but I know most seniors are busy next week), so if you are itching for a little more experience advancing yourself and your career, see the event below.

Edward Jones is hosting a professional women’s luncheon for women to network with each other and learn more …

By Amanda Helfand
Amanda Helfand Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Amanda Helfand
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