Bentley’s approach to Career Education makes the grade in the Chronicle of Higher Education!

College career offices can sometimes be isolated on campus. But more than ever, career counselors have tried to break out of their silos to work with faculty members and others on campus to help students find meaningful work after college, says Susan Sandler Brennan, associate vice president for career services at Bentley University. She describes how Bentley’s career office created a course to help prepare students for the world of work, and what traits she is looking for in career counselors.

By Alyssa Hammond
Alyssa Hammond Director, Undergraduate Career Education and Outcomes Alyssa Hammond