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.

On Campus Events

How to Schedule an Appointment with a Career Coach

The Career Coaches at the Career Development Center are here to help you with whatever you may need! Whether it be job searches, resume help, interview prep, or salary negotiations, follow these simple steps to set up an appointment with your Career Coach.

By Hailey Jennato
Hailey Jennato CareerEdge Colleague
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The Arts and Sciences of Finance: Upcoming Event with two successful Bentley Alumni!

Join two Bentley alumni, Jacqui Smith (MBA ’16), Portfolio Manager, Reynders McVeigh and Joe Wickwire (MBA ’93), Portfolio Manager (Retired), Fidelity Investments, as they share their perspectives about why majoring in Arts & Sciences can be just as valuable as majoring in business when contemplating a career in business-oriented fields.

By MaryEllen Ryan
MaryEllen Ryan Senior Associate Director, Undergraduate Career Development, Pulsifer Career Development Center
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NISS Data Visualization Contest Spring 2022

The National Institute for Statistical Sciences is running a Data Visualization Contest for graduate and undergraduate students. Students will be tasked with designing an innovative data visualization that attracts the reader and expands the given information in a meaningful way.

Click here for registration details.

Any contest questions can be directed to bhabing@niss.org.

By Melissa J. Sawyer
Melissa J. Sawyer Senior Associate Director/Operations Manager, Undergraduate Career Development, Pulsifer Career Development Center
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Virtual Career Fair Tips

During career fairs, recruiters often spend hours meeting with students. Speaking virtually can make it even harder to form a genuine connection. These 8 tips will help you make a great first impression and get the most out of your sessions.

By Hailey Jennato
Hailey Jennato CareerEdge Colleague
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