A New Year to MAKE IT HAPPEN

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Happy New Year to my students!

New Years is my favorite time of the year. I feel reenergized to move forward with positivity and an eagerness to set new goals for 2018. I usually decide on a theme for the New Year, and my 2018 theme is MAKE IT HAPPEN.

A new year is a time for new beginnings. For sophomores, your new beginning could begin with this new semester where you will be introduced to your first major-related course(s). …

By Colleen Murphy
Colleen Murphy Senior Associate Director, Undergraduate Career Services Colleen Murphy
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Spring Into Your Career

Spring 2018 Creative Engagement Events

Exploring career options in marketing, communications, user experience, media, design, sports, entertainment, or another creative field?

Looking for an internship or job in one of these types of roles?

Now is the time to land your job or internship. Mark these dates in your calendar and keep an eye out for more info on these great programs!

 

 

By Amanda Helfand
Amanda Helfand Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Amanda Helfand
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Internship Reflections: My D.C. Experience

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As college students, there are a variety of ways to enhance your college experience and an overwhelmingly popular one is studying abroad. By studying abroad, students are exposed to different cultural perspectives, which is increasingly valuable in the ever-changing global nature of the business world. While most students study abroad by going to another country, there are also opportunities to study abroad without going to another country. Below, Meagan Ehl (’18, Public Policy) writes about her study abroad experience as …

By Caroline Gervais
Caroline Gervais CareerEdge Colleague Caroline Gervais
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Travelers 2018 Fund Award for Finance & Accounting Majors

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Travelers is happy to announce that they will award up to 10 Bentley students $500 each to assist with academic related costs! To qualify students must be: US citizen or Permanent Resident, Sophomores, Majoring or planning on majoring in Corporate Finance and Accounting, Economics-Finance, or General Finance, and Cumulative GPA of 3.2 or greater. If selected, you will be invited to attend an event on February 27, 2018  at Bentley where you will receive your award and meet representatives from Travelers. Deadline …

By Rachid Macer
Rachid Macer Student Director, CareerEdge and Think Tank Colleague Team Rachid Macer
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$100,000 in Scholarships from RSM!

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The RSM US Foundation will award 10 students with $10,000 scholarships for the 2018/2019 academic year, along with invitations to participate in RSM’s externship program, Pathways, this summer. Any college sophomore (or junior in a five-year program) on the path to earning a bachelor’s degree in business with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher who is a legal resident of the United States is eligible to apply.We’re proud to offer this program for a second year, and we …

By Rachid Macer
Rachid Macer Student Director, CareerEdge and Think Tank Colleague Team Rachid Macer
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Allow Myself to Introduce… Myself

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Happy New Year Falcons! We all hope you had a fun and restful winter break and look forward to seeing you this spring semester!

As you are well aware, it’s never a dull moment here in Career Services- I am writing to introduce myself as the newest addition to the Undergraduate Career Services Team! I may look familiar to some of you- I was formerly the Assistant Director of Employer Relations until my transition to Undergrad Career Services at the …

By Jennifer Graham
Jennifer Graham Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Jennifer Graham
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