Read to learn more about Bentley University’s CIS Sandbox with a Q&A article from Campus Technology featuring Bentley’s own, Professor Mark Frydenberg
Global Citizenship online module based on UN Sustainable Development Goals Join this online module to make the world a better place, develop your skills and gain RMIT’s new Cred! Global Citizenship will deepen your understanding of Sustainable Development Goals and how you can lead on the global issues you are passionate about.
You will learn from the world change-makers and exchange ideas and stories with hundreds of peers from RMIT locations around the globe. This provides the opportunity for you …
The third week of March – for 2021, the 15th through the 19th – is designated Health Care Human Resources Week. The week takes time to recognize HR professionals’ role in the continuum of care for the nation. Healthcare HR staff members provide needed support for the industry, assuring needs are met for patients, facilities and individual healthcare providers. Without Healthcare HR, the wheels of healing would grind to a halt.
Healthcare Human Resources Week offers HR professionals an opportunity to …
Attention all current sophomores and juniors! Applications for the Pulsifer Nonprofit Internship Program are live and a great opportunity for anyone looking to gain internship experience with a nonprofit organization.
Five 10-week, PAID summer internships are being offered exclusively for Bentley students. Check out the flyer below to learn more about the program and be sure to apply via Handshake (search ‘Pulsifer Nonprofit Internship Program’) before the deadline, March 31st at midnight!
In 2018, Amazon scrapped its in-house applicant tracking system because of one major flaw: it didn’t like resumes containing the word “women,” so if an applicant listed “mentoring women entrepreneurs” as one of their achievements, they were out of luck. The system had been trained to vet applicants by observing patterns in resumes submitted to the company over a 10-year period, the majority of which had come from men—a reflection of the tech industry’s increasingly glaring gender gap.
Some 56% …
A Security Operations Center (SOC) analyst is a cybersecurity professional who works on a team to monitor and counteract threats to an organization’s IT infrastructure. SOC refers to the name of the team they work on. The main responsibility of an SOC analyst is to assess security systems and measures for weaknesses and report cyber threats.
Depending on the analyst’s skill level, they may be responsible for incident response (investigating and containing a cyberattack) and even ethical hacking, which involves …
Want to make a difference from the comfort of your own couch? Whether you’re passionate about environmental conservation, reproductive rights, or alleviating worldwide hunger, there’s probably a virtual volunteer opportunity out there for you.
Many of us are a year into working from home—and we’ve had to put many of our in-person volunteering activities on hold. But plenty of nonprofit organizations are utilizing the help of virtual volunteers. And in today’s society, where many of us are working full-time jobs, …
All industries have had troubles with pay equity, and our government is no exception. The wage gap between men and women and other minorities has continued to pervade our society, but there is hope for change- check out this article from Government Executive read more about what’s going on!
If you’re a tech enthusiast, you’re in luck! LinkedIn predicts that the next five years will bring 150 million new technology jobs, especially in e-commerce, healthcare, and digital content. Read more about the booming tech industry in this article, and be sure to continue exploring the Technology Career Community page on CareerEdge!
Are you considering a Management major?
Not sure which concentration to declare? Hear firsthand about Bentley’s Management major from faculty, the Pulsifer Career Development Center and current students! Learn about the major’s success in today’s job market!
This event is designed for current first year and sophomore undergraduate students eager to learn more about the major and concentrations.