How I Chose My Career in Sales #MyCareerStoryMonday


Name: Andrew Alario

Class Year: Senior, 2018

Major: Management with a Concentration in Leadership

Position: Sales Intern & Street Team Coordinator

Company: Boston Harbor Distillery and Dear World

My Background: Although it’s early in my career, I have had several jobs already—in high school I worked for a restaurant, a speech therapy office, a moving company and even a 5-star hotel. Then, while at Bentley I’ve worn many hats. After my freshman year of college, I became an orientation leader …

By Caroline Gervais
Caroline Gervais CareerEdge Colleague Caroline Gervais
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3 Tips to Refresh Your Resume

Resume Refresh

Did you know that employees spend an average of 15 seconds looking at a resume? Well, it’s true so you better make those 15 seconds worth it. If you browse www.careersdonewrite you can find endless advice on how to upgrade your resume. Here are 3 particularly interesting pieces of advice to nail your resume and catch any employer’s attention.

List Your Study Abroad University

Education is one of the most important parts of a resume, it shows where you spent …

By Yasmeen Alwani
Yasmeen Alwani Freelance Blogger Yasmeen Alwani
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Happy New Year to my students!

New Years is my favorite time of the year. I feel reenergized to move forward with positivity and an eagerness to set new goals for 2018. I usually decide on a theme for the New Year, and my 2018 theme is MAKE IT HAPPEN.

A new year is a time for new beginnings. For sophomores, your new beginning could begin with this new semester where you will be introduced to your first major-related course(s). …

By Colleen Murphy
Colleen Murphy Senior Associate Director, Undergraduate Career Services Colleen Murphy
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Internship Reflections: My D.C. Experience

Internship Reflections_ My D.C. Experience

As college students, there are a variety of ways to enhance your college experience and an overwhelmingly popular one is studying abroad. By studying abroad, students are exposed to different cultural perspectives, which is increasingly valuable in the ever-changing global nature of the business world. While most students study abroad by going to another country, there are also opportunities to study abroad without going to another country. Below, Meagan Ehl (’18, Public Policy) writes about her study abroad experience as …

By Caroline Gervais
Caroline Gervais CareerEdge Colleague Caroline Gervais
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Allow Myself to Introduce… Myself


Happy New Year Falcons! We all hope you had a fun and restful winter break and look forward to seeing you this spring semester!

As you are well aware, it’s never a dull moment here in Career Services- I am writing to introduce myself as the newest addition to the Undergraduate Career Services Team! I may look familiar to some of you- I was formerly the Assistant Director of Employer Relations until my transition to Undergrad Career Services at the …

By Jennifer Graham
Jennifer Graham Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Jennifer Graham
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