Ferrera Fellowship – The Intersection of Compassion and Leadership

Working on the Ferrera Fellowship is extremely rewarding. For the past three years, I’ve used the term “work joy” to describe this part of my job.  My work joy comes from helping students engage with non-profits that offer leadership responsibilities.  Professor Ferrera, who’s actively involved in the fellowship and whose name the fellowship is named after, is always supporting non-profit work. Besides being an active volunteer, he has mentored many business students and helped them grow their skill set, knowledge, …

By Colleen Murphy
Colleen Murphy Associate Director, Undergraduate Career Services Colleen Murphy
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Bentley Career Center

Great article in USA Today about 10 EMAIL TEMPLATES you’ll need in your job search!

Bentley Career Center

Bentley PreparedU: Understanding Your Emotions Could Boost Your Career –
Showing your emotions at work may sound like it’s a recipe for disaster, but that doesn’t always have to be the case.


Success in the City is TOMORROW – Tune in to live tweeting @BentleyCareer and persicoping on BentleyCareerService!

It’s that time of year again when Bentley students take on the Big Apple in a big way.  Criss-crossing the city, visiting finance, accounting and marketing companies, our summer Success in the City program will lead and introduce Bentley students to 8 exciting companies in New York City in one day!

Success in the City features two tracks of company visits, one that is finance oriented and the other that is marketing focused.  Finance students will be visiting RBC Capital …

By Alyssa Hammond
Alyssa Hammond Senior Associate Director, Career Education & Marketing Alyssa Hammond
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Can the Insurance Industry Survive Driverless Cars?

Check out Bloomberg Businessweek’s new article about how insurers brace for a time when automation reduces accidents-and premiums.


By Leonard Morrison
Leonard Morrison Director of Undergraduate Career Services Leonard Morrison
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Olympia Moving and Storage Looking For Student Movers

Olympia Moving and Storage has been contracted by several Boston area colleges and universities starting the week of August 17th through Labor Day weekend for various labor type projects. We prefer students that are available for multiple days during that busy 3 plus week period. The requirements are that student’s be available for a full day (8 to 10 hours or so), must be able to handle physical labor, be reliable & dependable with strong customer service skills.

Rate of …

By Anna Grimalyak
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