BEHIND THE SCENES: RECRUITING INSIGHTS
Home for the Holidays?
Do you have a contact that you’ve been meaning to reach out to but haven’t had the time to commit to writing that e-mail or card during the semester? Don’t panic! Thanksgiving break is coming up and the end of the semester is approaching. It is the perfect time to reach out to contacts!
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, take the time to say thank you to people that have helped you (mentors, bosses, colleagues, etc.) …
Road Trip to AKAMAI! Please join us
Want to get off campus for a bit? Come with the Bentley CIS Sandbox to visit AKAMAI!
Akamai® is the leading cloud platform for helping enterprises provide secure, high-performing user experiences on any device, anywhere. If you’ve ever shopped online, downloaded music, watched a web video or connected to work remotely, you’ve probably used Akamai’s cloud platform.
We’re taking the CIS Sandbox on the road to visit Akamai’s Network Operations Command Center in Kendall Square, Cambridge, and will hear from …
Interested in CIS, IT, or just love video games? This session is for you! Microsoft will be on campus on October 23rd and 30th to teach students the basics of creating a video game! You will even be able to publish your completed game to the Microsoft store!
The beauty of being a CIS Major
I’ve always been interested in computers and fascinated at how far technology has come. Since the IT world is constantly expanding, I know I’ll never get bored. I also love how versatile a CIS major is—you can go into a more technical career or focus on the business aspect of it. I can work for basically any company with a CIS major, since computers are such a huge part of the business world.
This workshop is specifically for students interested in the Business Technology Analyst opportunity at Deloitte Consulting!
Every experience is beneficial
Any course or internship that gives you the chance to apply academic knowledge in a practical, corporate setting would be very beneficial. It’s one thing to learn from textbooks but a whole other experience to apply it in the real world. My first 2 internships were at marketing firms and although I decided to switch majors, they were very helpful in showing me a type of work I did not want to pursue. I then interned at McGraw-Hill as a …