Kristine Vidic

Senior Associate Director/Career Equity & Access Specialist, Undergraduate Career Development, Pulsifer Career Development Center

Kristine Vidic is a Senior Associate Director and Career Equity and Access Specialist in Undergraduate Career Development in the Pulsifer Career Development Center.  She has more than 27 years of experience as a trusted career coach who has built close relationships with many students and alumni helping them launch successful careers.

She is responsible for the career coaching and education for first year students and sophomores at Bentley.  She works in collaboration with the entire Undergraduate Career Development team to build strategies that support the office’s integrated and holistic approach, and takes a leadership role in advising the Bentley University Career Colleague Program, in addition to being a key instructor for several career development courses. Vidic is a certified strengths coach through Gallup as well as a certified coach for MBTI and the Strong Interest Inventory.

Additionally, as Career Equity and Access Specialist, Kristine focuses on creating equity and access systems related to career development to ensure the success of all Bentley students, with particular emphasis on first-generation students and students of diversity.

Prior to working at Bentley, Vidic worked with undergraduate students and alumni at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Higher Education from Bowling Green State University and a Bachelor of Science from Southern New Hampshire University.

Dedicated Career Coach for:

  • First-Year Students
  • Sophomores

Fun Fact:  Her passion is to travel and see the world – Kristine has been to 9 countries.

Her favorite part about the office?  Working with the career colleague program!

First Year & Sophomore Drop In Hours (during Academic Year):

Monday –Thursday: 1:00-3:00 p.m. in LAC 225

To schedule an appointment during the summer, contact Kristine at kvidic@bentley.edu.