Paul Stanish

Senior Assistant Director, Pulsifer Undergraduate Career Development Center

Paul Stanish

Paul Stanish is a Senior Assistant Director in the Pulsifer Undergraduate Career Development Center at Bentley University and the dedicated Career Coach for Management, Marketing, Information Design and Corporate Communications, Professional Sales, Creative Industry, Media and Culture, LSM in Media Arts and Society majors.  In addition to working with those constituents, he teaches all levels of students in the award winning CDI 101, 201 and 301 courses and manages the CareerEdge Career Colleague team.   Paul spends time cultivating relationships with corporate partners and has visited over a dozen companies such as LL Bean, NESN, MullenLowe, L’Oreal, Horizon Media and more in the past year.  As a certified Gallup strength coach, Paul has coached multiple staff and students on how to best utilize their strengths in the personal and professional lives.  He currently serves on the department strengths task force.  Paul has over 17 years of prior experience at Bentley working in Student Affairs and the Center for Alumni, Parents and Friends.  Since 2006 Paul has worked as an event planner, merchandise manager and consultant for various sports memorabilia companies in New England.  Prior to Bentley, Paul worked for CVS corp. in their management and operation training programs.  Paul graduated from Bentley with a Bachelor of Science in Management.

Dedicated Career Coach for the following majors:

  • Marketing
  • Management
  • Professional Sales
  • Information Design and Corporate Communications
  • Creative Industries
  • Media and Culture
  • LSM in Media, Arts and Society

Junior & Senior Drop In Hours (Fall  2020):

Due to the current COVID 19 situation coaches are no longer hosting drop in hours this semester.  However, coaches did expand appointment times and students may use Handshake to access the calendar and availability of each coach, including myself.  You can also email me at PStanish@Bentley.edu if you have appointment questions.

 

 

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Learn More About the 2021 Google Lime Scholarship!

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Learn more about this scholarship opportunity through Google Lime that is open to undergraduate, graduate, or Ph.D. students in the U.S and Canada that are studying Computer Science! The Lime Connect program aims to support students with disabilities through scholarships, networking opportunities, and internships.

The application is open now until December 4th and can be found by clicking here.

 

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Things to Consider When Thinking About Graduate School

Things to Consider When Thinking About Graduate School
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Sports Management Professional Development Opportunity

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Sports Management is a challenging industry to break into.  It is highly competitive and frankly new opportunities for entry are rare.

I’m happy to share that the Fenway Sports Management Group has created the FSM University.  This is a free virtual education program hosted by Fenway Sports Management that will offer industry insights and networking opportunities.  This is open to college students and virtual classes will occur once a week.  The program starts on September 23 but you need to …

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One Supply Chain News and Analysis Website

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Understanding the industry you want to work in is paramount to successfully gain entry.  Every industry has a plethora of resources to explore but some are not as ubiquitous as others.  Honestly, it is hard to remain updated with the most current information for any industry.  For those of you interested in supply chain and operations the website supplychaindive.com is one to take note of.  The site has articles and links on topics such as procurement, freight, operations, logistics, technology, …

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Pangea – A new Micro-Internship Platform

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It seems that in the past few months there has been a flurry of new micro-internship job sites.  It makes sense given the times we are in, as the sites typically offer short term, paid, remote and project based work for students in all majors.  Many of you at Bentley are aware that we promote Parker Dewey as one site for these types of opportunities.  I also want to introduce you to Pangea.  Pangea is more of a freelance platform …

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Finding Great Employers on Handshake

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The job search can feel daunting.  Knowing there are thousands and thousands of companies that hire in an industry can cause one to ask “Where do I start?”.   There are so many factors in finding the employer that aligns with your skills, experiences, and values.  We know these factors are just the tip of the iceberg in the search process.  So naturally you might ask, “How do I manage this process?”.  The staff at Handshake created a great video answering …

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Three Things You Need in your Handshake Profile

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We often talk about the importance of updating personal profiles on career and job search platforms.  When I ask groups of students if they have an updated LinkedIn or other career related profile, generally less than 20% will raise their hand.  While that might be effective for a candidate’s utilization of that platform, that simply will not work on Handshake.  In order for you to optimize your search, take the time to create the best profile you can.  Recruiters are …

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FIND THE JOBS YOU WANT ON HANDSHAKE

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We are so excited to have Handshake available for Bentley students.  We recognize there is much to learn about this job search platform.  And for many of you, the questions you might have are “How do I see the job listings?”,  “How can I find opportunities for my major?”, or “Should I use keywords or filters?”.  After you create your profile (yes that is the first and most important step), you can start your search.  For more information in how …

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WarnerMedia is hiring for Virtual Internships – Deadline to Apply is August 21

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Ever want to work in the media industry?  Ever want to work at CNN or HBO?  These opportunities could be your road to entry into this competitive industry.  Warner Media is hiring fall interns for both in-person and virtual opportunities.  Be sure to check their website or Handshake for more information.  Deadline to apply for fall internships is August 21.

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REMOTE FALL 2020 PUBLISHING INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

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FSG Is Hiring:
APPLY NOW to FSG’s Fall 2020 remote internship program. FSG interns work in a variety of departments—including editorial, publicity, sales, contracts, and subsidiary rights—between 18–25 hours per week for 10–12 weeks. Interns are paid $15/hour.
Applications for the fall internship session must be submitted on or before August 17.  Learn more

Penguin Random House is Hiring:
PRH will be offering their first remote
paid internship opportunity available in one of their adult or children’s editorial departments. During this 8 week program, …

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