How I Chose My Career in Sales #MyCareerStoryMonday

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Name: Anna Grimalyak

Class Year:  Senior

Major: Professional Sales and LSM: Health and Industry

Position: LED Product Marketing Intern/Product Marketing Specialist EC/LED

Company: LEDVANCE

When I came back from studying abroad, I was in the process of looking for an internship. As I spent time looking online searching for an internship, I stumbled upon an opening at LEDVANCE for a Product Marketing Co-Op. I’ve known of the company ever since I was young. My mother has worked for LEDVANCE for …

By Caroline Gervais
Caroline Gervais CareerEdge Colleague Caroline Gervais
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How a Media and Culture Major Makes a Large Impact on Bentley’s Campus

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“A Media and Culture major, Offermann is leading a team of Bentley students who will operate the in-house media control room along with a small crew of production professionals.”

Check out this article posted by Bentley University on how Jillian Offermann, a current sophomore majoring in Media and Culture, is using her academic coursework and off-campus work experience to add value to the new Bentley Arena. Her skills have allowed her to synthesize her interest in media and make an …

By Yasmeen Alwani
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Inside the Net Impact Boston Summit: a Recap by Bentley Junior, Christina Clune Persichetti

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Last Friday, February 9th, I attended the Net Impact Summit hosted by Boston University. Net Impact is a non-profit organization that acts as a community for students and professionals focused on “using their skills and careers to drive transformational social and environmental change.” The keynote speaker Stephen Ritz, founder of the Green Bronx Machine worked to find a way to turn one of the worst neighborhoods in America in to a home for urban garden development. Ritz was able to …

By Jennifer Graham
Jennifer Graham Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Jennifer Graham
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Cultivating a Consultant | How did you Prepare for the Case Interview?

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Here is the second video in our Cultivating a Consultant series as well as some accompanying commentary from Alex.  Enjoy!

One key characteristic of case interviews is that it requires a lot of preparation both on your own and with someone else. When you talk with people in consulting, you realize that there is no one person that was able to get an offer without preparing extensively for the case. In my opinion, one of the reasons that people from …

By Rachid Macer
Rachid Macer Student Director, CareerEdge and Think Tank Colleague Team Rachid Macer
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Here’s Your Mid-February Motivation: Best Podcasts to Listen to for Women in Tech

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Is it just me or did the beginning of the year feel like forever ago? Now we’re well into February and we’re starting to let those New Year’s resolutions fall to the waist side. If you’re like me, you need some motivation wherever you can grab it! Personally, I love listening to podcasts for inspiration and wanted to find some to help me learn more about trends in technology. In my research, I came across an organization called Girls in …

By Jennifer Graham
Jennifer Graham Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Jennifer Graham
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Success in the City: A Recap

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This past January, Career Services held one of it’s most popular events – Success in the City! This quick trip to New York City gave creative engagement students the chance to explore different companies and career opportunities available in their field of study. Through touring the facilities of each company and talking with top management, the experience really provided that extra insight that isn’t usually available to most students.

Sara Zlickzewski reflects on her time at Success in the City …

By Yasmeen Alwani
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