Use Social Media for your Job Search

Use Social Media for you Job search title

Social media can be a helpful tool to help you with your job search!

By Sarah Vojta
Sarah Vojta Creative Graphic Designer Sarah Vojta
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2021 CAS Trust Scholarship Program Application

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The Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) has posted the 2021 CAS Trust Scholarship Program Application.

The CAS Trust Scholarship Program will award up to eight scholarships to deserving students for the 2021-2022 academic year. Scholarships will range from $2,500 (4 Awards) to $5,000 (4 Awards).

Completed applications are due by January 31, 2021. Winners will be informed of award decisions by May 31, 2021.

You can find the application along with eligibility, application requirements, and information about previous CAS Trust Scholarship …

By Melissa J. Sawyer
Melissa J. Sawyer Senior Associate Director / Operations Manager, Pulsifer Undergraduate Career Development Center Melissa J. Sawyer
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How to Set Reasonable and Achievable Career Goals

setting reasonable goals & not being too Hard On Yourself

It can be difficult to not be hearing back from companies while seeing people humbly brag on LinkedIn about their accepted offers. It can also be very hard to balance job-seeking and the other many activities of college. In fact, the pressure might be on to find an internship or full-time offer after the many summer internship rescinds of COVID-19. Whatever the case may be, make sure you are taking care of yourself but also actively working toward getting an …

By Alina Minkova
Alina Minkova Creative Blog Curator Alina Minkova
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MSCPA 2020-21 Firm Guide

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What GPA do you need to obtain to be hired by your dream firm? What firm is your perfect fit? Which firms sponsor international students? Look no further! The answers to all of these questions and more can be found in the new edition of the MSCPA’s 2020-21 Firm Guide, which profiles 57 firms in the state! VIEW GUIDE

By Melissa J. Sawyer
Melissa J. Sawyer Senior Associate Director / Operations Manager, Pulsifer Undergraduate Career Development Center Melissa J. Sawyer
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Reneging Offers

Renege Offers (1)

It is important to meet with your career coach and to be aware of the effects that reneging an offer can have!

By Sarah Vojta
Sarah Vojta Creative Graphic Designer Sarah Vojta
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BSLCE Spring 2021 Nonprofit Internship Program Applications Open! Apply by 11/11 Deadline!

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We are excited to announce that the application for the Spring 2021 Bentley Nonprofit Internship Program is now live! This 70-hour, ten-week internship runs in conjunction with a three-credit course (SO 421), and student interns will receive a stipend for their participation in the program. (Flier attached.)

In the spring trimester, we are pleased to offer up to fifteen internships with a variety of nonprofit and government partners. Through this program, you will be able to apply the academic skills …

By Jennifer Graham
Jennifer Graham Senior Assistant Director, Pulsifer Undergraduate Career Development Center Jennifer Graham
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Getting Career Advice is as Easy as 1…2…3…

Getting career advice is as easy as 1…2…3…

Getting career advice is easy with Bentley’s Career Development Center!

By Sarah Vojta
Sarah Vojta Creative Graphic Designer Sarah Vojta
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Evaluating Two Summer Internship Offers

Two Great Companies Give You An Offer

What’s better than one offer? Two offers! While having two offers from two great companies is definitely a good thing, it sometimes doesn’t feel like that due to the stress of making the right decision. The “right” decision is also a personal one, heavily dependent on your own career-related goals and aspirations, among other factors. Below are some things to consider before you say “yes” or “no.” 

 

Field and Position
One of the most important aspects of an internship …

By Alina Minkova
Alina Minkova Creative Blog Curator Alina Minkova
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Sophomore Versus Junior Career Objectives

Second year

Sometimes, it can be difficult to prioritize getting a job or internship when you’re already doing so much, like juggling classes, clubs, and generally being a busy Bentley student. Until the stress of realizing that you may be at college with an objective to get a job kicks in and the motivation to get those applications in goes way up. While this stress can occur at any point in your college career, there are definitely differences in how sophomores and …

By Alina Minkova
Alina Minkova Creative Blog Curator Alina Minkova
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Balancing Individuality and Professionalism

Delicate Balance

Employers want to know the real you, so it’s definitely a good idea to let parts of your personality shine through in your tailored cover letters and in your interviews. Not only that, but evidence of you having a pleasant, team-oriented personality on top of all of your other impressive qualifications makes you a better candidate for almost any position. It can, however, be difficult to draw the line of where and when it’s best to show individuality and what …

By Alina Minkova
Alina Minkova Creative Blog Curator Alina Minkova
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