As the PreparedU Project continues to grab national attention for sparking a dialogue about the preparedness of college grads for today's work foce, a few of the key players behind the study explain their findings.
PayScale Magazine features an opinion piece from Executive Director of Corporate Relations and Career Services Susan Brennan that examines why Bentley's approach of blending business with the arts and sciences is one solution for preparing millennials to be successful.
With higher education institutions facing tough questions about the value of their offerings, Bentley’s 2012 graduates report encouraging news: 98% of the responding class is employed or attending graduate school.
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.
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.