Reduce Stress in Under 2 Minutes

Reduce Stress

A staggering 85% of students feel stressed on a daily basis according to a College Stress and Mental Health survey conducted by the Associated Press and MTV in 2009. In the months leading up to graduation, it is no surprise that these numbers increase. Whether you are stressed about the job and internship search or just feeling the end-of-year crunch, below is a technique to give you quick 2 minute break from it all.

The 4-7-8 Exercise
This simple breathing exercise shared widely by author …

By Amanda Helfand
Amanda Helfand Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Amanda Helfand
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Check out Colleen Murphy’s star turn in the new Bentley University’s Center for Integration of Science and Industry video!

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Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are

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In the spirit of tomorrow’s TEDxBentleyU event, I thought it was only right to share one of my personal favorite TED Talks. If you are preparing for an interview, about to give a presentation, or just generally interested in making good impressions, Amy Cullen’s Your body language shapes who you are is 21 minutes well spent.

In her talk, Amy explains the importance of body language not only on how others perceive you, but how you view yourself. After watching this, you …

By Amanda Helfand
Amanda Helfand Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Amanda Helfand
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We second that emotion!

Understanding Your Emotions Could Boost Your Career

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Check out our latest Instagram post featuring an inside tip from Liberty Mutual about interviewing and applying! Get your phone out and follow us at bentleycareer TODAY.

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Check out this important article about who NOT to connect with on LinkedIn from former Bentley Grad Career Services advisor Marilyn Santiesteban – Strangers in Paradise: How to Keep Bad Guys Out of Your Network. Great & informative article!

CIS students and alum rock the CIS studio to tell you about this great major/ minor!

CIS students and alum rock the CIS studio to tell you about this great major/ minor!

Check out these pictures and info!

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By Janet Ehl
Janet Ehl Executive Director, Pulsifer Career Development Center Janet Ehl
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Hear from a Computer Information Systems senior why she likes this major so much!

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If you are thinking about Computer Information Systems (CIS) as a major or minor, check out this quick video with a fabulous Bentley CIS Senior and learn more.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_3oi1pvNRE&feature=youtu.be

By Janet Ehl
Janet Ehl Executive Director, Pulsifer Career Development Center Janet Ehl
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Meet the Winners of the Hartford Case Presentation Competition!

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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!

By Alyssa Hammond
Alyssa Hammond Director, Pulsifer Undergraduate Career Center Alyssa Hammond
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Vistaprint – It’s not just for marketing majors!

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This morning 16 undergraduate and graduate students visited Vistaprint in Lexington to meet with managers and alumni to learn how this $1 billion global marketing firm helps micro-businesses create professional marketing materials.  During the visit, Vistaprint made it clear that they are a fact-based, data-driven, highly analytical organization. (Note Math, Economics or Quantitative Perspectives majors – business analytics opportunities exist if you’re familiar with R, SAS, SPSS or Adobe/Google Analytics) But they also draw upon a smart, passionate and highly motivated …

By Leonard Morrison
Leonard Morrison Director of Undergraduate Career Services Leonard Morrison
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