Brian Moccio

Associate Director, Undergraduate Career Development Center, Pulsifer Career Development Center

Brian Moccio

Brian Moccio is an Associate Director of Undergraduate Career Development in the Pulsifer Career Development Center and the dedicated Career Coach for Economics-Finance and Business Economics Majors.

Prior to working at Bentley, Moccio spent over a decade at two Fortune 100 companies, most recently as a senior manager in Financial Planning & Analysis for Liberty Mutual.  He started his career with United Technologies Corporation (now Raytheon Technologies) as an associate in their Financial Leadership Program.  Moccio has spent time in a variety of diverse roles across both companies including time in Finance, Mergers & Acquisitions, Accounting, Product Management and more.     

Moccio graduated from Bryant University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and received his MBA from Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business. 

Dedicated Career Coach for the following majors:

  • Economics-Finance 
  • Business Economics
  • Quantitative Economics
  • Students interested in Consulting

Fun fact: Brian has played soccer on 3 continents (North America, Europe and Australia).

Favorite part about the office: The relationships that he is able to build with students through coaching, teaching and encouraging them!  

Junior & Senior Appointments:

Please schedule an appointment via Handshake (Career Center > Appointments > Schedule a New Appointment > follow remaining prompts).

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Bentley Consulting Group Earns 1st Runner-Up Tie with MIT in Roland Berger Case Competition!

Five Bentley undergrad students from the Bentley Consulting Group competed in the Roland Berger Case for a Cause competition during the Spring 2021 semester and came out tied as the 1st runner-up with MIT!  The Bentley Team, comprised of Eddie Fu, Brian Lau, Brenna Masterson, Sandhya Sangappa and Michael Watkins competed against 23 other New England universities and advanced to the final round with 4 other teams.  This was Bentley’s first time participating in this event and the future looks …

By Brian Moccio
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Top Federal Reserve Policymakers Discuss Racial-Disparity Problem Within Field of Economics

Top Federal Reserve officials from a dozen regional banks met on April 13th to discuss the racial-disparity problem within the world of economics.

According to Christopher Rugaber of The Associated Press, “top Federal Reserve policymakers on Tuesday underscored their concern that Black and Hispanic people are sharply underrepresented in the economics field, which lessens the perspectives that economists can bring to key policy issues.”

In a study from the Brookings Institution released on the same day, Peter Conti-Brown, a financial historian …

By Brian Moccio
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Break into Management/Strategy Consulting with Boston Consulting Group (BCG)

Are you interested in a career in management/strategy consulting?  A small group of Bentley alumni who are current or former consultants at Boston Consulting Group (BCG) recently led an information session for Bentley students where they shared their experiences working at BCG and offered insight into the field of management/strategy consulting.  BCG is one of the MBB firms that is widely considered as one of the top three management consulting firms in the world.

Watch the info session here.

In …

By Brian Moccio
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Boston Consulting Group Initiative for Bentley Students!

Hi Bentley Students,

I want to highlight an exceptional opportunity for you.  The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), widely considered one of the top three management consulting firms in the world, will be hosting an Info Session on Friday, March 26th at 2pm.  This session will be led by Bentley alums and will give you a better understanding of management/strategy consulting, as well as insight into what makes BCG special.  Please register for the Info Session via Handshake.

In addition to …

By Brian Moccio
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Interested in a Career in Finance? Take a Look at This Finance Listen & Learn!

Settling on a major or choosing a career path can be one of the most important decisions that any college student can make.  If finance is something that sparks your interest, then learning more about different paths within this field can be extremely beneficial.

Pursuing a career in finance can open a wide range of doors in terms of career opportunities.  Whether that’s commercial real estate, corporate finance, investment management, private equity, or more.  You can learn a lot from …

By Brian Moccio
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3 Consulting Events for Bentley Students This Week!

Hi Bentley Students,

I want to highlight three relevant consulting events that are happening this week as I know there’s lots of great events and opportunities to consider as you balance your schedule!

First, the Bentley Consulting Group will be hosting an Info Session tonight at 9:15pm to introduce the details of their first ever Consulting Bootcamp Program.  The Zoom meeting ID is 914 7640 9022.  Anyone who attends tonight will be given early access to the application which opens …

By Brian Moccio
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How Can Consultants Help Clients Navigate Innovation in the Digital Age?

Roland Berger’s rotation program offers consultants from around the world the opportunity to drive innovation.

I joined Roland Berger after graduating from the International MBA program at IE Business School in Madrid, Spain where I focused on both consulting and entrepreneurship. Prior to business school, I worked as a product development engineer in the automotive sector in the US, India, Germany, Austria, Brazil, Turkey, and China. I was attracted to the entrepreneurial spirit of Roland Berger which was evident in …

By Roman Fernandez, Senior Consultant, Roland Berger - Vault
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To Make a Positive Impact, Intern at This Global Bank

Today, two of the most important questions students ask themselves when deciding where to intern are “Will the work I perform make a difference on the projects I’m staffed on?” and “Will the projects I work on make a significant impact on the world?” Ideally, students hope to join a firm where both their specific roles and their assignments can make a difference.

Opportunities like this can be found at global financial institution, Deutsche Bank—where making a positive impact is …

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The Rewards of Life Sciences Consulting: A Conversation with Putnam’s Remco op den Kelder

All consulting work is objective-driven in some form or another. Consultants are driven to transform their clients’ business models: to identify core challenges and opportunities, recommend a strategy for optimization, and often to implement that strategy to create sustainable change. The motivation that drives consultants in the life sciences sphere, however, can be vastly different from that which drives consulting in general. Life sciences consultants advise on a range of issues that can directly or indirectly impact people’s lives; their …

By Stephan Maldonado - Vault
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How to Become an Investment Banker, According to a Career Coach and Former Banker

So you think you want to be an investment banker?

As someone who began her career in banking and now supports clients in landing their dream jobs, I can attest to the fact that many are initially drawn to the world of investment banking for its lucrative salary and large (sometimes more than your salary!) bonuses. But it takes more than a love of the finer things in life to land a job and build a career in this field.

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