The Graduation Pledge Alliance (GPA) is currently part of the Bentley Service-Learning Center's outlook on millennials entering the workforce. The GPA teaches recent graduates that "A business should be measured in terms of more than just its financial performance, with a focus on improving society among the most important things it should seek to achieve."
A study by Bentley's Center For Women & Business is cited in this story asserting that the majority of millennials use mobile devices to job search. The CWB study found 72 percent of millennials are interested in working for a big corporation.
Bentley accounting professors Jacob M. Rose and Anna M. Rose were part of a team behind a revealing study on the questionable ethical practices between directors and CEOs. The study, “Will Disclosure of Friendship Ties between Directors and C.E.O.s Yield Perverse Effects?" is examined by the New York Times in relation to recent high profile cases such as American Apparel.
An opinion piece on the preparedness gap highlights the Bentley PreparedU Project and survey -- highlighting that millennials and businesses need to meet in the middle if they are going to successfully bridge the gap.
BizEd Magazine features Executive Director of Corporate Relations and Career Services Susan Brennan discussing why Bentley's 4-year "Hire Education" career development plan prepares graduates for success in the working world.