Career blogger, Alexandra Levit, who was part of the expert panel during Bentley's PreparedU Project launch event, authors a piece for Business Insider highlighting the solutions to better preparing recent graduates for the workforce that came out of Bentley's newly released research on millennials.
Insider Higher Ed reviews Bentley's new research results and offers praise for its willingness to address the much-debated issue of whether or not college graduates are truly prepared for the workplace.
Bentley President Gloria Larson notes that the workplace must adapt to take full advantage of all millennials have to offer and author Natalie Burg offers concrete ideas such as merging into mobile, collaboration, and virtual teams.
Inc.com highlights the Bentley preparedness study with a focus on what colleges and businesses should be doing to prepare students for their careers, including partnering to develop workplace- and career-based curriculums.
President Gloria Larson and PayScale CEO Mike Metzger co-author an opinion piece on why millennials, higher education and the corporate world must work together to close the perceived preparedness gap, based on initial findings from a Bentley study on millennials.
Millenial expert and Bentley alum Dan Schawbel sites research from the Center for Women and Business to combat the notion that Millenials are not motivated at the workplace and challenges managers to evolve.
Writer (and Millenial) Katie Dries highlights research from Bentley's Center for Women and Business that shows fewer Gen Y women want to follow in the footsteps of female leaders in their places of work.