To celebrate International Women’s Day, we want to highlight some professional associations that our students can join! Below find links to each of the mentioned associations:
Women in Technology Internation (WITI): https://witi.com/
Society of Women Engineers (SWE): https://swe.org/
Women Investing for a Sustainable Economy (WISE): https://www.wisecommunity.org/
Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession: https://www.neaecon.org/
Women’s Association of Venture & Equity (WAVE): https://women-wave.org/
Association for Women in Mathematics: https://awm-math.org/
In 2018, Amazon scrapped its in-house applicant tracking system because of one major flaw: it didn’t like resumes containing the word “women,” so if an applicant listed “mentoring women entrepreneurs” as one of their achievements, they were out of luck. The system had been trained to vet applicants by observing patterns in resumes submitted to the company over a 10-year period, the majority of which had come from men—a reflection of the tech industry’s increasingly glaring gender gap.
Some 56% …
Hey, Falcons, there’s a new navigation tool up on CareerEdge! Although the “Career Communities” tab at the top-left of your navigation bar is a wonderful resource for jobs, events, and opportunities that are aligned with your academic interests, the Pulsifer Undergraduate Career Development Center understands that your major is not always the most important consideration for where to work.
Your identity is so important to consider when you are involved in a search for jobs or internships, and if you’re …
The U.S. is now a land of contradictions. Its economy is doing well, with no signs of slowing down. Unemployment is rock bottom. And the demand for skilled labor is sky high. Yet the environment for international students looking to start their careers in the U.S. is challenging, to say the least.
The problem is political. Given the country’s current administration supporting a mantra of “Buy American, Hire American,” immigration policies have tightened, making it more difficult for international students …
To every woman at Bentley: you are powerful and you got this, whether “this” is surviving midterms, succeeding in the workplace, or something to overcome in your personal life. We are women in business school, soon-to-be women in business. Among the many feminist movements and icons that have enabled us to study business and become America’s future CEOs, CFOs, and other C-Suite anythings, there are the women business leaders that experienced much hardship and discrimination just due to not being …