Vault is a great resource to learn more in depth information about industries.

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

Be sure to view VAULT. It’s a great resource that you might be overlooking. You’ll gain lots of detailed information about different industries. All you have to do is click on Resources, top page of CareerEdge, then sign up.

Why I Love Being an Actuary with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts!

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Here at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, we embrace the ever-evolving and changing healthcare environment. As a current Actuarial Student enrolled in the Actuarial Rotational Program, I am able to see different angles and perspectives of the healthcare world through the different lenses of my rotations. My current rotation is in Network Payment Innovation and Contract Management. In this department, we manage multiple healthcare groups to help increase their efficiency and lower their costs. My day-to-day role involves pulling …

By Cassidie Cade
Cassidie Cade Actuarial Analyst
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Consulting Career Community: Ready for Takeoff!

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I am delighted to launch the new Consulting Career Community at Bentley University! As the leader of University Career Services and a former management consultant, I can’t think of a more fulfilling role than introducing Bentley students to this exciting career path. Through professionals in the field and in collaboration with the Bentley Consulting Group, the Consulting Career Community will expose you to the consulting industry, relevant career paths, required competencies, and the all-important case interview technique. Stay tuned for a full schedule of …

By Susan Sandler Brennan
Susan Sandler Brennan Associate Vice President, University Career Services
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Bentley Career Center

Join the Credit Suisse Research Institute Academy Challenge – compete for an unprecedented experience to join the round table discussions at the CSRI Fall Meeting in London, UK and the World Economic Forum 201

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When a problem arises, have more solution-focused questions

Recently, I read a great article written by JD Meier. The article focused on asking solution-focused questions. Typically, when dealing with a business issue, we all tend to focus more on what’s wrong and sometimes dwell on how something went wrong. Basically, we go around in circles discussing the “wrong” and get stuck. Instead, let’s rethink how we approach the problem. Why don’t we see the problem a different way. Let’s start the conversation acknowledging the problem, and put more …

By Colleen Murphy
Colleen Murphy Senior Associate Director, Undergraduate Career Services
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