Glenys D. Rodriguez
Minor: CIS and/or Law
Hometown: Boston, MA
Activities involved in: ALPFA, CBL
Favorite Seasons food: Clam Chowder
How did you get your job on campus?: I have two jobs on campus, one at the Student Center Pub as Event Staff and the second one at Graduate Admissions as an admissions assistant. I obtained both jobs from peers who referenced me to their bosses.
How will your job prepare you for your future careers?: As Event Staff I will learn to be patient, and learn how to work with a wide variety of people. As an Admissions Assistant I will learn flexibility, the basics of office work and how to deal with people from different backgrounds, which is vital in the field of business.
Major: Managerial Economics/ Ethics & Social Responsibility
Hometown: Hartford, CT
Activities involved in: Bentley Service Learning, NABA, and Residential Center
Favorite Seasons food: I don’t have a meal plan
Looking back do you think you made a smart decision in choosing to transfer to Bentley when you did?: Yes I think so. Transferring to Bentley at the time that I did gave me ample time to facilitate connections and acclimate to the curriculum.
How did Bentley help you make the transition?: The First Year Seminar program introduced me to other transfer students who shared similar experiences. In all, the program introduced me to the vast array of resources on campus.
Major: Management with a concentration in Entrepreneurship and a Liberal Studies Major in Global Perspectives
Hometown: Norwalk, Connecticut
Activities involved in: Co-Founder & Co-President of the Healthy Hearts Association; Designer Liaison for the BUB Bentley University Annual Fashion Show
Favorite Seasons food: Humus with pita bread
As a nimble student at Bentley, what made you choose to do a business major as well as an LSM at Bentley?: I believe that in order to be a successful leader in the business world, it is crucial to have an understanding of how the rest of the world functions. Through my LSM in Global Perspectives, I will learn about the global economy and how business is handled in different countries. Ultimately, this combination of business and international studies will serve me well in my future endeavors and career goals.
What is your favorite LSM related course?: I loved my GLS 102 Comparative Government and Politics course with Professor Garvey. His class sparked my interest in international political affairs and challenged my ability to think in diverse ways.