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In this episode, Alyssa tells you about managing and maintaining a professional network!
Networking is the best way to work on career development. It is a life long skill and your network can truly be an asset to you for years to come. How can you manage and maintain your network? Alyssa has all the tips you need to know.
Tune into this episode to learn more on what Alyssa has to share.
Are you interested in a career in sustainability? Are you looking to expand your network or learn about sustainable business initiatives by attending a professional conference? The Office of Sustainability wants to help!
Bentley University students have the opportunity to apply for the Delongchamp Family Fund! This is was established in 2015 to support undergraduate professional and co-curricular activities associated with studying sustainability and the triple-bottom line: people, planet, and profit. The fund was designed to allow students to explore …
Accounting is such a broad field offering so many different disciplines across essentially every industry. A focus in accounting offers professionals access to tax, audit, and internal audit skills. The regulations and rules tend to change overtime, adding to the challenging aspect of the job.
Accountants need a lot of education to be successful in their roles, and it is important for them to keep up with the current regulations for their industries. Check out these interesting resources to refresh …
ZOOM MEET AND GREET!
Who is Hosting: Mutual of Omaha Advisors Leadership Team – Braintree, MA
About: Learn about the financial advisor career opportunity with us.
When: July 1 at 1 PM EST
Space is limited! If capacity is full, contact Mary Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org
EY Campus Recruiter Kristen Schmidt led an awesome session on Virtual Interviewing Best Practices! Click here to view the full video.
Another great opportunity to stay engaged and continue your professional development remotely!
The Hughey Center for Financial Services presents: FIRESIDE CHATS | Connecting you with industry experts.
On Monday, June 29, hear from Spencer Tirella, Vice President, Operations Division, Goldman Sachs & Co. Join the virtual fireside chat to learn more about his perspective on regulation and application of technology in finance.
See the flyer below for additional details.
Join the Zoom session: https://bentley.zoom.us/my/tradingroomfiresidechat
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In this episode, Alyssa tells you all about CDI 201 and CDI 301!
In 2016, Bentley launched Career Development Introduction 201 (CDI 201) for sophomores which focuses on job search readiness. The curriculum is centered on advanced StrengthsFinder based assessment, Strong Interest Inventory assessment, customized career action planning, advanced internship search techniques, and interviewing preparation and practice (which includes a mock interview with an employer).
Specialized CDI 301 courses are offered in the following major fields …
BlackRock sees 5 ways the coronavirus will change everyday life—and investing. Tony DeSpirito, Chief Investment Officer for Fundamental U.S. Active Equities, explores what this means for investors on this episode of the BlackRock Bottom Line.
Being an entrepreneur is all about being able to design and execute a new business plan. It is about finding a need, and filling it with a creative solution that becomes a business. Every business has to start somewhere and with a creative initiative.
Entrepreneurship is an exciting career community, as it highlights individuals who have the skills and knowledge to thrive in a goal-oriented environment. Check out these resources to learn more about what it takes to be a …
Brian Moccio is an Associate Director in the Pulsifer Undergraduate Career Development Center and the dedicated Career Coach for Economics-Finance and Managerial Economics Majors.
What is your favorite part of your job as a career coach?
The ability to make a positive impact on student’s lives.
Best piece of career advice?
It sounds small, but always take the time to say thank you. Most students know to do this after interviews, but it also can apply to so …