Talent Tuesday: Communication

Communication

What do we mean by Communication? 

The Clifton StrengthsFinder results describe this talent theme as follows; “You like to explain, to describe, to host, to speak in public, and to write. This is your Communication theme at work. Ideas are a dry beginning. Events are static. You feel a need to bring them to life, to energize them, to make them exciting and vivid. And so you turn events into stories and practice telling them. You take the dry idea …

By Rachel Linehan
Rachel Linehan CareerEdge Colleague Rachel Linehan
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Transferable Skills in the Workforce?! Watch the Second Episode of Ask Alyssa to Find Out More!

Ask Alyssa Intro Slide 2

This week’s episode of Ask Alyssa features a question from sophomore Molly Quinn where she asks Alyssa how transferable skills can be applied to the workforce. Watch the episode by clicking the link below!

By Lauren Nicol
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How I Chose My Career in Accountancy #MyCareerStoryMonday

Jenna Plotzky

Name: Jenna Plotzky

Class Year: 2019

Major: Accountancy

Position: Core Assurance Associate for Tech, Media, Telecommunications Industry

Company: PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC)

 

 

I started thinking about my accounting career when I was in high school. In high school I was part of the National Academy of Finance, which was a specialized program for students pursuing a career in business. Through the Academy, I completed an internship at Cacace, Tusch & Santagata law firm, a position that helped me transition from …

By Rachel Linehan
Rachel Linehan CareerEdge Colleague Rachel Linehan
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SOPHOMORE WOMEN – Apply to the Early ID Women’s Leadership Program at Citi by 11/15!

Citi

Calling sophomore women interested in the financial services industry…

The Early ID Women’s Leadership Program program is a five week virtual program aligned to a variety of tracks within the bank. Participants will learn how to successfully navigate the summer intern recruiting process, participate in virtual technical training and business specific workshops, and will have a mentor guiding them along the way.

Who does Citi want to hear from?  Current sophomore women enrolled in a four-year Baccalaureate Degree program from …

By MaryEllen Ryan
MaryEllen Ryan Senior Associate Director, Undergraduate Career Services MaryEllen Ryan
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Get Ready, Get Set…. the Next Episode of Ask Alyssa Aires Monday!

Ask Alyssa Intro Slide 2

Do you know what transferable skills are or how they can be applied to the workplace? NO?! Well you’re in luck because in next week’s episode of Ask Alyssa, sophomore Molly Quinn asks Alyssa just that! Be sure to check out the video Monday!

By Lauren Nicol
Lauren Nicol Senior CareerEdge Colleague Lauren Nicol
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Inspiration Design Lecture Recap: Creative Career Possibilities

IDCC Blog

For Information Design and Corporate Communication majors, it isn’t always easy to know what types of jobs to look for and what skills companies want. On October 10th, Professor Mike Goldberg, an IDCC professor and founder of the IDCC DesignHouse here at Bentley, hosted a DesignHouse lecture to provide his insight regarding Creative Careers.

As far as skills go, Goldberg started the lecture by stating that “the company already knows that the job or internship will be a valuable learning experience …

By Megan Nadeau
Megan Nadeau Senior CareerEdge Colleague Megan Nadeau
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