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Bentley University Launches Ground-Breaking Career Development Course for Freshmen

Tue, 02/05/2013 - 12:59

The first of its kind among colleges and universities, Career Development Introduction (CDI) 101 — provides first year students with a comprehensive career toolkit and the opportunity to do mock interviews and elevator pitches in front of corporate recruiters.

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Get Psyched to Skype

Mon, 01/14/2013 - 14:19

Assitant Director of the Graduate and Alumni Career Services Marilyn Santiesteban offers expert advice on how to prepare for Skype interviews, an interview practice that is becoming more commonplace.

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How to Flunk an Interview and Drive your Career Services Advisor Crazy

Thu, 11/15/2012 - 09:18

Marilyn Santiesteban, Assistant Director of Graduate and Alumni Career Services, advises students to prepare accordingly and attend registered workshops or it may lead to future interview failure. 

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College Career-Center Directors Say Students Are Unprepared for a Job Search

Wed, 09/12/2012 - 11:37

Susan Brennan, executive director of Career Services, discusses how Bentley stands out for its successful approach to career planning and how she plays a visible role in faculty advising in order to create a more supportive, career-focused environment across campus.

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Freshmen Learn How to Kick Start Careers with New Career Development Course

Thu, 07/19/2012 - 16:40

Freshmen at Bentley University are learning that it’s never too early to start thinking about a career. In fact, career development is an essential part of the undergraduate experience, says Susan Brennan, executive director of University Career Services, beginning freshmen year. The university recently launched a Career Development Introduction Seminar (CDI 101), an innovative seven-week program offered to all first-year and transfer students.

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Holding Higher Education Accountable For Students' Return on Investment

Tue, 07/03/2012 - 15:38

Executive Director of Career Services Susan Brennan challenges colleges and universities to do more to ensure students are successful after graduation in an opinion piece on The Huffington Post.

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How To (And Not To) Make the Most Out of Your Internship

Mon, 06/18/2012 - 11:49

Associate Director of Undergraduate Career Services Colleen Murphy offers advice on how to maximize an internship experience and tips for turning the internship into a job offer.

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EMPLOYERS - Tap Today's Best College Graduates via Online Networking

Tue, 05/15/2012 - 22:00

While attending a recent Emerging Workforce Summit, Marilyn Santiesteban, assistant director of Graduate and Alumni Career Services, discussed the importance of educating students on proper social media usage when searching for  jobs. 

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Go Abroad, Get Hired: Corporate Recruiters Value Study Abroad Experience

Sat, 02/18/2012 - 15:54

In a boston.com blog post written by Bentley student Lacey Nemergut, Associate Director of Undergraduate Career Services Janet Ehl and Director of Bentley’s Cronin Office of International Education Natalie Schlegel explain why going abroad makes students more desirable for employers. 

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‘Career Services’ in a Stricken Job Market

Wed, 01/25/2012 - 11:10

The Washington Post College Inc. blog features a guest post from Bentley University Career Services Managing Director Susan Brennan, who explains Bentley's four-year approach, and argues that career services departments everywhere need to do more to engage students from the minute they arrive until graduation day.

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