How to Decide What You Really Want to Do with Your Life

self assessment

Making a decision on your college major and career path is not an easy task for most students.  Below are 3 tips that will move you in the right direction in gaining clarity on your “best” choices.

By Kristine Vidic
Kristine Vidic Senior Associate Director, Career Education and Innovation Kristine Vidic
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How to Turn Your Internship Into a Job Offer

Internship to Job Offer

How do you turn your summer internship experience into a job offer? We’ve got five tips on making your summer situation permanent.  Read more here.

Good luck with your summer internships, Falcons!

By MaryEllen Ryan
MaryEllen Ryan Senior Associate Director, Undergraduate Career Services MaryEllen Ryan
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Why Every Business Student Should Work at a Startup


Post written by Bentley student Jacob Acker.

It is only my second day as an intern at Select Software Reviews and I already have a strong case for why every business student should work at a startup. Here are my top three reasons:


At a startup, it is fairly easy to tell what the culture is going to be like after one day. From the second I walked in the office, I could tell that I was surrounded by …

By Paul Stanish
Paul Stanish Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Paul Stanish
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Still looking for a summer internship – why not try MICRO-INTERNSHIPS?!

Micro internships

If you haven’t had any luck with your summer internship search, it’s still not too late to get meaningful experience this summer by doing micro-internships!   Read about how Bentley student Adam Rekkbie successfully obtained meaningful practical experience by doing micro-internships in HR Dive’s latest article.

To apply for micro-internships, simply click on the “JOBS & INTERNSHIPS” button at the top of this CareerEdge page or click here!

By Alyssa Hammond
Alyssa Hammond Director, Undergraduate Career Education and Outcomes Alyssa Hammond
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Do you think you are professionally savvy? Read this to find out.


Have you ever taken a class about professionalism?  I never did.  How do you learn about professionalism?  Can you even define what it is and how to appropriately demonstrate being professional both in person and online?  I remember I was in my 2nd or 3rd job, around the age of 17 or 18, when a former boss pulled me aside after I had a “moment” with a customer.  Yes, I clearly made my point with the customer and proceeded to …

By Paul Stanish
Paul Stanish Senior Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services Paul Stanish
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