I am delighted to launch the new Consulting Career Community at Bentley University! As the leader of University Career Services and a former management consultant, I can’t think of a more fulfilling role than introducing Bentley students to this exciting career path. Through professionals in the field and in collaboration with the Bentley Consulting Group, the Consulting Career Community will expose you to the consulting industry, relevant career paths, required competencies, and the all-important case interview technique. Stay tuned for a full schedule of …
Bentley Fall 2016 Career Fair
Mark your calendars for September 28th, 1-4:30 PM! The Fall Career Fair is only 6 weeks away! 107 exciting organizations are already registered (list below). We expect over 150 organizations to attend!
Abbott Pratt & Associates, Inc.
Alexander, Aronson, Finning & Co., PC
American Program Bureau
Aspen Technology, Inc.
BDO USA, LLP
Black Duck Software, Inc.
Boston Scientific Corporation
External forces exert powerful influence on our major decisions often resulting in our lives being propelled into careers, relationships, and situations where we are frustrated, stagnant and unhappy. Have your dreams, aspirations and career goals suffered the same fate? By pausing and consciously changing our behavior we can take control of our life’s direction and find genuine happiness and true success.
The director of Bentley’s professional sales program, Jim Pouliopoulos, has been a marketing lecturer at Bentley for the past …
Bentley students who acted as consultants during this spring’s Deloitte Consulting’s externship program delivered a great final product on ‘the internet of things’. There was a roomful of Bentley alums and other Deloitte Consulting employees as well as Career Services staff and Professor Yates there to hear their presentation.
From left to right: Bentley students Guy Doron, Matt Zeglen, Dominic Gutkin-Nicolas, Se Jin Park, Julia Kenney and Eliza Brooks.
Great job, Falcons!
Most of the time, you will hear me telling students to stay off the Internet while looking for opportunities for work. I really think you should be networking instead of spending all your time online. Students can spend tons of hours a day plugging in search criteria and sending their resume into a black hole by hitting the “apply” button, which almost guarantees you to nothing. Most job postings are already filled or will be taken by someone who already …