Online Job Databases and Job Boards
BentleyLink is a web-based, fully automated campus recruiting program that enables graduate students to meet and interview with recruiting representatives from various companies. Each year, approximately 200 local, regional and national employers visit the campus to conduct initial interviews with eligible students who are seeking full-time or internship opportunities. We strongly urge all students to upload a résumé to BentleyLink. Your information is confidential and employers do not have access to it unless you apply for a specific opportunity.
To sign in, go to BentleyLink. Enter your username and password, which was emailed to you at the beginning of the academic year. (Please note: Do not register for a new account.) If you do not know your username and password, click on "Forgot Password" and enter your Bentley email address. A new password will be emailed to you.
Job Hunting Resources
BentleyLink: Make this your first stop in the job hunt process. With new job postings coming in daily, you should check this site frequently to take advantage of the opportunities available.
WetFeet: Look for career advice, including the WetFeet Insider Guides series of career management guidebooks for job seekers, which are free to Bentley students. Current students should go to MyBentley to access WetFeet.
Indeed.com: This search engine for jobs takes a radically different approach to the task. Indeed.com includes all nationwide job listings from major job boards, newspapers, associations and company career pages. New sources and jobs are added daily, so check frequently. Conduct efficient searches by keywords, job titles, company name or location.
Myvisajobs.com: This informational site lists only jobs available from visa sponsors. Look for new job postings and reports of firms in the United States who offer H1B jobs and sponsor international professionals.
Going Global: The site’s career and employment resources include worldwide job openings, internship listings, industry profiles, and country-specific career information on topics such as work permit and visa regulations, résumé writing guidelines and examples, employment trends, salary ranges, networking groups, cultural and interviewing advice, and corporate profiles.
Job-hunt.org: Job listings here are organized by state, industry or company. Most important, sites are pre-screened before inclusion, so you can confidently search through valid and useful sites.
BostonJobSource.com: Find jobs about private companies, government agencies and internships in Massachusetts. Post your résumé for free.
Carouselexpo.com: Comprehensive lists of job fairs in all 50 states.
OneWire.com: This leading (and free to students) online career management tool creates precise connections between individuals and jobs. The world’s top financial services firms use OneWire to hire candidates for open positions. A two-step process ensures that you are matched only with opportunities that precisely meet your goals and experiences.
- Create Your Profile. Quickly and easily create a faceted, detailed profile that includes your education, interests, and work experiences.
- Get Matched. OneWire's patent-pending algorithms use the structured data in your profile to accurately match you with opportunities at leading finance firms. To be considered, you must create a profile on OneWire.com.
StreetID: This resource for career enhancement is tailored for job opportunities, news and networking in finance. Unlike with traditional career sites, opportunities are delivered directly to job seekers from prospective employers. Students can simply fill out a detailed experience summary (a virtual résumé) highlighting their background — and walk away. The system then matches your profile with the companies whose opportunities are best aligned with your background. Visit www.streetid.com and create your free candidate profile.
If your dream job is a green job, check out the listings on these sites:
LinkedIn: This business-oriented social networking site centers on professional networking. Recent research suggests that LinkedIn has more than 135 million registered users, spanning more than 200 countries and territories worldwide. The site is available in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Romanian, Russian, Turkish and Japanese. This is the best place to connect with fellow Bentley students and with alumni (the LinkedIn contingent of Bentley graduates is 32,000 and growing). More and more employers are using LinkedIn as their job-posting database of choice. The book How to Really Use LinkedIn can be downloaded for free.
The Bentley Library is a great resource for researching career options, companies, and industries. Use a comprehensive and cutting-edge collection of books, journals and electronic databases such as the Company and Industry Research Guide.