Fall 2021The Pulsifer Career Development Center is open for IN-PERSON business.  All appointments will be offered in-person or on-line and can be scheduled using  Handshake.  Drop-ins are being offered in-person or on-line and can be scheduling using Calendly.  Please read all CareerEdge e-correspondence & your career coach emails for community updates and your career coach’s appointment and drop-in modality options.  Please email GA_UCD@Bentley.edu for questions. For the most updated career related Covid-19 information click here.

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How I Chose My Career in Computer Information Systems #MyCareerStoryMonday

Name: Rachael Goldstein

Class Year: 2019

Major: Computer Information Systems

Position: Inventory and Insights Data Analyst

Company: Warner Media

 

Can you describe your career path for me? (This may include HS jobs, internships, etc.)

When I first applied to Bentley I was very unsure of the direction I wanted to go in. I knew I enjoyed economics, I was good at math, I loved solving problems but I struggled to pick a major and more specifically a job I could see …

By Yasmeen Alwani
Yasmeen Alwani CareerEdge Content Creator Yasmeen Alwani
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Fireside Chat on March 3rd | Don’t miss this great opportunity to connect with a senior executive!

The Hughey Center for Financial Services presents: FIRESIDE CHATS | Connecting You With High-Level Executives.

Join us in the Trading Room on Tuesday, March 3, from 5:00-6:00 PM for a casual conversation with Larry Manning, CFA, wealth management advisor at CAPTRUST.  Mr. Manning will talk about his career, the wealth management industry, and outlook for the future.  Pizza and refreshments will be served.  Seating is limited, so RSVP TODAY!  See the flyer below for additional details.

This is the first of several …

By MaryEllen Ryan
MaryEllen Ryan Senior Associate Director, Undergraduate Career Development, Pulsifer Career Development Center MaryEllen Ryan
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Body Language During Interviews: What You Need to Know

Handshake

This handshake is just about the same as your first impression. With every interview it’s important that once your interviewer walks into the room you stand up, smile, make eye contact, and have a clean, strong handshake. Handshakes show a sense of confidence and you don’t want to be caught giving a top-level executive one of those “dead fish” handshakes or one of those “he broke my blood vessel” handshakes. Try and practice a few times with friends to …

By Yasmeen Alwani
Yasmeen Alwani CareerEdge Content Creator Yasmeen Alwani
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Vault Guide to Top Internships, 2021 Edition

The Vault Guide to Top Internships rates more than 100 internship programs. Based on a survey of approximately 11,000 interns, …

Vault Guide to Toys and Games Industry Jobs, Second Edition

The Vault Guides to Jobs series provides essential information about key careers and industries, with an emphasis on preparing for a career …

Vault Guide to Project Management Jobs

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