Congratulations to our very own Charbel Hanna for receiving the Travelers Book Award!

Travelers and Bentley’s Association of Latino Professionals for America April 20 2017

On Thursday, April 20, Bentley’s AlFPA (Association of Latino Professionals for America) hosted their 8th Annual Etiquette Dinner! Travelers was the Platinum sponsor of the event where more than 50 students gathered to learn how to become better prepared and successful in their professional careers. At the event Charbel Hanna, a Career Colleague in Career Services, was awarded the Travelers Book Award for the leadership ability he demonstrated in school, work, and the community! Way to go Charbel! You make us …

By Lauren Nicol
Lauren Nicol CareerEdge Colleague
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Offers: how to accept, decline, or ask for more time

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Are you wondering what to say to accept an offer?

Nervous about how to professionally turn one down?

Trying to get a little more time to make a decision?

With the semester coming to a close and only a week until exams, we are hearing many questions about offers. Our Offer Etiquette handout has detailed information (including scripts!) for how to answer each of these questions and more. Click here to download the handout (note: if you have not logged into BentleyLink …

By Amanda Helfand
Amanda Helfand Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services
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Vault’s Newest Features Get You One Step Closer to Your Dream Job!

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Vault has introduced two new features that are designed to help students like you — Career Paths and Video Q&A! Career Paths is a page that will help you determine what occupations best fit your skills and interests. In addition, the page contains information about the overall job market, helping you gain insight about what you need to know to land that dream job! The Career Q&A section consists of interviews from professionals in many different professions, giving you the …

By Lauren Nicol
Lauren Nicol CareerEdge Colleague
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Susan Brennan on “Building the Stairway to Internship Success”

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Associate Vice President Susan Brennan shares the crucial steps that are necessary to build a successful internship program! Read the article from the National Association of Colleges and Employers here: http://bit.ly/2mIMqjK 

By Lauren Nicol
Lauren Nicol CareerEdge Colleague
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Critical Thinking About Critical Thinking

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We hear every day about the importance of critical thinking skills for today’s college graduates. According to an excellent Wall Street Journal article, mentions of critical thinking in job postings have actually doubled since 2009. But what does that mean for you, our students, who are looking to demonstrate your critical thinking and problem solving abilities to employers? How do you know if you are a critical thinker if we can’t even be clear about the definition? The WSJ references …

By Susan Sandler Brennan
Susan Sandler Brennan Associate Vice President, University Career Services
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