Secrets of the Top 5 Campus Career Centers: We’re One of Them!

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We’ve topped the charts again! Following the recent announcement of our status as one of the top five institutions on the Princeton Review’s list of best Career Services, the Education Advisory Board (EAB) featured us in an article. They wrote about the top five Career Services and their special strategies that they use to support their students in their quest for a career. The following is how they described the benefits of our Career Services office.

Bentley has focused on …

By Caroline Gervais
Caroline Gervais CareerEdge Colleague Caroline Gervais
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How I Chose My Career in Merchandising #MyCareerStoryMonday

My Career Story

Name: Abigail Eisner

Class Year: Senior, Class of 2018

Major: Information Design and Corporate Communication (IDCC)

Position: Merchandising Development Program, Allocation Analyst

Company: The TJX Companies, Inc.

Although I’m only just beginning my official career with TJX, I have had a lot of work experiences throughout the years. In high school I worked a few jobs in town, at Dunkin Donuts and at a local dog kennel, and I was a nanny as well. I work on campus as a …

By Caroline Gervais
Caroline Gervais CareerEdge Colleague Caroline Gervais
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Patriots Trip Recap

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On October 13th, a group of 20 students went on an In the Field Trip to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. On this site visit, students learned about what it’s like to work for the Kraft Group from a Bentley alum who is part of the New England Patriots marketing team.

After attending, Megan Nadeau, one of the CareerEdge Colleague’s, put together this infographic of the highlights! If you’re interested in pursuing a career with the Patriots, stop by Career Services for …

By Caroline Gervais
Caroline Gervais CareerEdge Colleague Caroline Gervais
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2 Must-Have Job Search Applications

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While the job search is incredibly exciting, it can also be daunting. Sometimes, us college students wish that with a snap of a finger we could be employed. Unfortunately we cannot, but luckily we may be able to download our way into finding one! There really is an “app for everything”, even searching for jobs. At the tip of your finger you have access to jobs nationwide! The following are two apps that make the job searching process convenient and …

By Yasmeen Alwani
Yasmeen Alwani Freelance Blogger Yasmeen Alwani
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Why designers should learn to code — or at least consider it

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If you are interested in design, CS classes might be in your future. As stated in this recent article, “now more than ever, companies are searching for designers that understand HTML, CSS and JavaScript.” Employers hiring for marketing roles are also seeking coding skills. During last Friday’s In the Field Trip site visit to Epsilon, recent Bentley alums shared the edge that CS150 gave them in their job searches.

By Amanda Helfand
Amanda Helfand Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Amanda Helfand
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