DEADLINE 4/30– Apply NOW for Make the Case Interview Workshop Series

Make the Case Interview
An Immersion in Strategy Consulting
Fall 2015 Workshop Series

ATTENTION SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS –

new 8 week program  is now being offered to you in Fall 2015 where you will both learn and practice strategy case interview techniques and gain an insider’s perspective on navigating and succeeding in the strategy consulting industry landscape

Consultant in Residence Rajive Keshup (’06), Partner at ATLANTIC-ACM, will be teaching this special, weekly intensive workshop series where you will:

develop the tools and techniques to think …

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Don’t have an internship yet? Take advantage of Job Shadow Opportunities for Freshmen & Sophomores!

There’s no doubt Bentley pushes us to get us as much internship experience as possible. At times we are put under a lot of pressure to land that internship with great companies like KPMG, E&Y, Epsilon or Windsor Marketing Group.   But as a freshman or sophomores, you may have experienced the dreaded “We aren’t hiring for the summer” or “Maybe in a few years” response when applying for coveted internship positions.

Well at Career Services, we have the answer to …

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How gaining “T-Shaped” skills will give you an edge

The rise of “knowledge-based” businesses is fueling demand for a new type of employee.

As you prepare to enter the workforce, you’ll see that organizations ideally want to hire employees with specialized technical knowledge, but who can also think broadly across disciplines, and apply their knowledge to new settings. These people are known as “T-shaped” workers – someone whose skills and knowledge are both deep and broad.

The concept of T-shaped skills or T-shaped persons is a metaphor used in …

By Patricia Cotter
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Passionate Perusal: The Nonprofit Approach Week 3

The summer is a great time to grow your nonprofit network and put the skills you are learning at Bentley to use. It can be difficult to find a paid internship at a nonprofit so what I decided to do was work part time for a local software company and spend my extra time interning at the local United Way. I used connections that I had made during high school in order to secure the position. Just about all nonprofits …

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Bentley Career Services

In today’s tech driven world sometimes your first impression isn’t in person which makes eloquently writing a much desired skill! Sending a connect request via LinkedIn and putting more effort than “I’m your friend requesting you” can go a long ways!

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Celebrate Bentley’s Earth Day by attending Innovator Business Series program on 4/22

Bentley University will be kicking off it’s annual celebration of Earth Day on April 22, 2015 with the Innovator’s Business Series: Innovation for a Sustainable Sea from 2-4:30 p.m. in Wilder Pavilion.

This symposium will feature panelists from the New England Aquarium, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Aquabounty Technologies, Northeastern University and Bentley who will discuss the potential and challenges of new technologies in protecting oceans, coral reefs, and fisheries while providing food and energy for a growing population.

The symposium will be …

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