CreditSuisse’s Virtual Recruiting Team will be hosting a number of online events for students interested in their Summer Internship Programs and who attend schools where they do not have events or interviews on campus. These free virtual events can take the form of presentations, discussions, demonstrations, or instructional sessions and participants will be able to meet Credit Suisse employees from each area of the bank virtually and ask questions.
The next set of webinars scheduled are Navigating the Recruiting Process …
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Bentley alumni are helping their fellow Falcons learn to fly!
Bentley Career Services and the Bentley Global Alumni Board are working together to increase the breadth and depth of the internships and job opportunities around the globe that are available to today’s students, and are looking to Bentley alumni for their assistance. And our Falcons have been hearing the “HIRE calling” by posting global job or internship opportunities within their organizations since the the beginning of May.
The campaign, called HIRE …
This week PayScale.com, the world’s largest online salary database, released PayScale’s Guide to Early Career Success which has some great articles for new graduates! PayScale.com is used by millions of people each month for career research and negotiation advice, and now they’ve collected their best advice to help college students and recent grads get started on long, successful careers in this new guide.
The guide teaches young workers how to find a job that aligns with their strengths and …
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The Ferrera Fellowship offers Bentley students the unique opportunity to work on a non-profit project at a selected organization. This year’s winners of the Ferrera Fellowship, Bentley students Kyla Reslock and Alex O’Halloran, will be working on projects at Keysteps, Inc. and Perkins School for the Blind.
You may be wondering what the Ferrera Fellowship is all about? Here’s a quick FAQ for you!
Who is this fellowship named after?
Professor Gerald Ferrera retired three years ago. Today, he continues …