Getting ready for fall recruiting now is a smart way to spend your summer!

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Make the most of what’s left of the summer by gearing up for fall recruiting – check out Alyssa Hammond’s inside tips and tricks on how to get ready to go when school starts in her latest Facebook Live!

By Kristine Vidic
Kristine Vidic Senior Associate Director, Career Education and Innovation Kristine Vidic
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Still looking for an internship? Well, don’t panic! Check out our own Alyssa Hammond’s Facebook Live Top 5 How2Tips

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Just because it’s the end of June, doesn’t mean it’s too late to get valuable summer experience! Check out Bentley’s Facebook Live featuring our own Director of Career Education and Innovation Alyssa Hammond to find out how.

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Tips 2-5 plus questions:

By Kristine Vidic
Kristine Vidic Senior Associate Director, Career Education and Innovation Kristine Vidic
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International students: Check out this article written by a 2014 Bentley grad!

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Interesting article written by Deepak Chhugani, a 2014 EC-FI major:

5 Things I’d Tell Myself About US Work & Startup Visas In College

 

By MaryEllen Ryan
MaryEllen Ryan Senior Associate Director, Undergraduate Career Services MaryEllen Ryan
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Redefining Life After University

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This guest post is from Bentley University 2016 graduate, Marinella Yule.

It’s been a year since I graduated Bentley University. Seems like forever ago that President Gloria Larson was congratulating the Class of 2016 and now the Centennial class, Class of 2017, just walked across the same stage.

I applaud everyone from this class – you did it! Now it’s time for the “real” world as everyone says. But what is “real?”

Some would define real as: Working a 9 to …

By Amanda Helfand
Amanda Helfand Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Amanda Helfand
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Bentley’s approach to Career Education makes the grade in the Chronicle of Higher Education!

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College career offices can sometimes be isolated on campus. But more than ever, career counselors have tried to break out of their silos to work with faculty members and others on campus to help students find meaningful work after college, says Susan Sandler Brennan, associate vice president for career services at Bentley University. She describes how Bentley’s career office created a course to help prepare students for the world of work, and what traits she is looking for in …

By Alyssa Hammond
Alyssa Hammond Director, Undergraduate Career Education and Outcomes Alyssa Hammond
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