Summer 2022The 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.   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.

Consulting

Consulting is a big, one-size-fits-all term that includes virtually any form of advice-giving. Many people think first of management consulting, also called strategy consulting, which specializes in providing advice about strategic and core operational issues – but there are many other types of consulting, including marketing consulting, technology consulting, human resources consulting, just to name a few. Through professionals in the field and in collaboration with the Bentley Consulting Group, the Consulting Career Community will expose students to the consulting industry, relevant career paths, required competencies, and the all-important case interview technique.

Actuarial or mathematical sciences as a major can have a big payoff!

2014 Bentley graduates who pursued actuarial careers were very well compensated with average/median base compensation of $65,000 – a 25% premium over the class average. An impressive ROI!

2015 seniors pursuing actuarial careers are also benefiting from strong employer demand with most having accepted offers prior to the winter break. Among the firms hiring this year’s class are The Hartford, Met Life, Liberty Mutual, John Hancock, CIGNA, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Prudential, XL Group, Guardian and Sun Life Financial.

Summer internship hiring remains equally …

By Leonard Morrison
Leonard Morrison Director of Undergraduate Career Services
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By Susan Sandler Brennan
Susan Sandler Brennan Associate Vice President, University Career Services

While completing my MBA, I was recruited to work as a management consultant. I still remember two full days of grueling interviews, assessments, role plays and case studies. Do you have what it takes to be a consultant? Acing the case is the first step! Learn more about the consulting industry and understand why a case interview is an excellent barometer of whether this is the field for you. We are fortunate to have Alfonso Martinez, 2013 graduate and Business Analyst at Accenture sharing his inside tips and strategies for success. Not only did Alfonso ace the case when interviewing at Accenture, but he was also a member of an award winning Fed Challenge Case Competition team! Hope to see you Friday at 10am! http://careeredge.bentley.edu/events/2015/02/20/conquering-the-case-interview/

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Career Toolkit Series: Covering Cover Letters

Week 2:  Cover Letter Writing

Customize your cover letter to prove you have the skills, interests, and knowledge that align with the internship/full-time opportunity.
Believe it or not, a cover letter is really not all about you, but rather about the employer.
Make your cover letter an enjoyable read, but not a novel, or your life story! Remember recruiters read a lot of cover letters and it’s a wonderful moment when they come across a well written one!
Address …

By Colleen Murphy
Colleen Murphy Senior Associate Director, Pulsifer Undergraduate Career Development Center
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Career Toolkit Series: Week 1: RESUME TIPS

Resume Tips:

Highlight your internships that are relevant to an industry of interest.
If you’ve gained knowledge from a class you’re enrolled in, or completed, and it’s relevant to the job you’re applying for, list and describe the class
Unpaid internships and jobs that helped you strengthen or develop new skills, should be listed
Be results oriented on your resume.
If you increased sales, don’t hold back telling the story; share that percentage!
Review your resume, and then review it …

By Colleen Murphy
Colleen Murphy Senior Associate Director, Pulsifer Undergraduate Career Development Center
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Glassdoor

Search millions of jobs, get your own personalized salary estimate, read reviews on over 600,000 companies worldwide, browse all jobs …

Big Internship

Excellent website which posts full-time and part-time internship and temporary job postings from across the country for ALL MAJORS & …

VMock

Get your resume reviewed, any time, day or night on VMock, the PCDCs’s 24/7 on-line resume critiquing platform!

Being prepared to make a great first impression can be difficult these days – here’s how you can prepare to …

Contact & Location

Phone
781.891.2165
Address

Undergraduate Career Development
Pulsifer Career Development Center
LaCava Center 225
175 Forest Street
Waltham, MA 02452

Career Service Hours

Career Service Hours First-Year and Sophomore Drop-In Hours Virtual only on Mondays. In-Person or Virtual Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
M 8:30am-4:30pm 1:00pm-3:00pm
T 8:30am-4:30pm 1:00pm-3:00pm
W 8:30am-4:30pm 1:00pm-3:00pm
TH 8:30am-4:30pm 1:00pm-3:00pm
F 8:30am-4:30pm  

Visit our Staff Page to see Career Community Coach’s Individual Drop-In Hours for JUNIORS & SENIORS.