Bentley University has partnered with Handshake, a resource that has democratized access to jobs for students. Handshake is the new one-stop-shop for Bentley students to search for jobs, find relevant events, schedule appointments with career coaches, and attend virtual career fairs.
Students can activate their account on bentley.joinhandshake.com, sign in with their Bentley login credentials, and even download the app which available on the App Store and Google Play. When registering, it is recommended to fill out as much of …
Bentley University has continued its partnership with the international American business-focused newspaper, the Wall Street Journal. All students, faculty, and staff will be provided membership that can be activated through WSJ.com/ActivateBentley. In addition to unlimited access to the WSJ, students can benefit from the diverse range of valuable career resources that are available through the WSJ Student Hub. This hub provides curated content related to professional development, personal finance, job prep, work/life balance, and everything else that can be of …
Bentley University’s nationally recognized Pulsifer Career Development Center is the best in the country – ranked #1 for “Best Career Services” in The Princeton Review’s newly-released guide, “The 386 Best Colleges, 2021 Edition.” Bentley is also ranked #4 for internship opportunities by The Princeton Review.
It’s the eighth year in a row that Bentley’s career development department has been ranked in the top 5 in the U.S. and the third time being ranked as number 1 (2017 & 2019), …
Name: Paul Stanish
Class Year: 1996
Position: Senior Assistant Director – Pulsifer Career Development Center
Company: Bentley University
Can you describe your career path for me?
During high school and my time at Bentley I had many jobs. My primary job was working at a video rental/one hour photo lab for 8 years. That was the first job I had in which I learned about what it means to provide excellent customer service, become a problem solver and …
Jen serves as Assistant Director in the Pulisfer Undergraduate Career Development Center in January 2018 and is the dedicated Career Coach for Computer Information Systems, Data Analytics, Liberal Studies (except Media, Arts, & Society), and Bachelor of Arts students.
Best piece of career advice?
Don’t tie your sense of self-worth to your job
Worst piece of career advice?
Don’t make friends at work
Life mantra/ quote to live by?
Be curious, not judgmental.
If you could …