News & Notes
Executive Director of Career Services Susan Brennan will discuss how to maximize the ROI of your college experience during The Bloomberg Advantage today on Bloomberg radio at 1 p.m. Susan will join President Gloria Larson and hosts Carol Massar and Cory Johnson to discuss career preparedness and higher education.
Don’t forget to tune in today!
It’s hard to believe how quickly the last three years have flown by, but here you are. It’s senior year!
Now don’t shed a tear. As much as we know you will miss Bentley (and we will miss you), there is a whole big, beautiful world out there, and there is a perfect spot out there just waiting for you. Whether you are excited for the “real world” or dreading the thought of graduation, come to the MICCM Senior Kickoff to …
Class year: Junior
This summer, I had the opportunity to intern at Google under the Nest brand as the first-ever Nestling & NestLife Intern. My internship was within the realm of HR, specifically working on-boarding/culture programs. During the first half of my internship, I assisted in welcoming fifty Nest interns, played a role in the planning/execution of a Summer Intern Open House, and launched Nest’s first ever Global Culture Analysis. During the first week of July, …
Recent Bentley graduate Bobby Smith gives his “back to school” guide for Bentley University in Boston Globe’s latest Boston.com article! Thanks for the props to Career Services for being named the #1 thing right with Bentley.
It’s that time of year again when Bentley students take on the Big Apple in a big way. Criss-crossing the city, visiting finance, accounting and marketing companies, our summer Success in the City program will lead and introduce Bentley students to 8 exciting companies in New York City in one day!
Success in the City features two tracks of company visits, one that is finance oriented and the other that is marketing focused. Finance students will be visiting RBC Capital …
Congratulations to Nicole Aldieri (ASC, ’17) and Brian Rodriguez (ASC, ’16) on winning the Hartford Case Presentation Competition here at Bentley on March 2nd!
All of the students who participated, a number of which were freshmen and sophomores, were outstanding.
The winning team that will compete against other colleges in Hartford on March 27th.
Congratulations and good luck, Nicole & Brian!
As of fall 2013, Alyssa Hammond will be the dedicated career advisor for Marketing, IDCC, Media & Culture and LSM in Media, Arts and Society and will be handing over her Management advising responsibilities as your dedicated career advisor to her colleague, Colleen Murphy.
Many of you may already know Colleen, who is also the dedicated career advisor for students majoring in Sustainability, Health and Industry and all other LSMs. She is very excited about this new opportunity to work with the Management …
The Jimmy Fund is looking to the public to tell them their great, new fundraising idea. To help them select the winning idea, they have assembled an amazing panel of prominent national CEOs and business leaders. Five finalists will be selected to present in front of this fantastic panel of judges and win amazing prizes.
Grand prize winner: (One (1) awarded)
A 7-night, all-inclusive stay, including airfare, for up to four people at the Rui Palace in Punta Cana, Dominican …
Please join us in congratulating our Hartford Campus Case Competition winners!
Daniel Battista, Deanna Desharnais, Elizabeth Curatolo, Daniel Lang (missing from photo Patrick McGoldrick)
Last week students competed in the Hartford Case Competition. Five teams of 4-5 students ranging from sophomores to seniors from all majors were given a case including industry information, company status and financial information. They had two weeks to prepare a solution to the issues including new marketing strategies and projected financials.
Students gave 15-20 min …
“Data Crunchers Now The Cool Kids On Campus” so says Carl Bialik of the Wall Street Journal in a compelling article last week that explains the enormous demand for “numerate” employees.
We’ve seen the trend at Bentley as increasing numbers of students pursue Math as a major with even greater growth among Actuarial Sciences majors. Perhaps it’s in response to the encouraging employment prospects across numerous industries or the competitive compensation. Regardless, the “growth of online data is a key …