Graduate students face tough challenges when entering the job market. Among them, how do they differentiate themselves from other candidates? This semester, at Bentley's Graduate Center for Career Services (GCCS), students have tested several new innovative and unique programs.
WALTHAM, Mass.- As part of its emphasis on promoting practical research that addresses current and future issues in the world of business and society more generally, the 2003-2004 Provost Seminar Series at Bentley continues with a lecture by Dr.
Director of Undergraduate Career Services Caitlin Blasco has a wealth of knowledge to offer Bentley seniors to help them successfully and productively transition from college life to the real world of business.
WALTHAM, Mass.- The Executive Dining Room won't ever be confused with the United Nations General Assembly, but UN Ambassador to El Salvador Victor M. Lagos felt very comfortable in his first visit to the Bentley campus.
WALTHAM, Mass.- Bentley is pleased to announce a new partnership with WGBH, the nation's premiere public broadcasting television network.
WALTHAM, Mass. - When Dr. Norman Bowie saw the mostly-student audience as he began his lecture at Wilder Pavilion, he cautioned, "the good news is I'm not an attorney, but what I'm going to say today is pretty unpopular."
Associate Professor of Management Alan Hoffman's experimental new MBA course has nothing to do with beer - even though MG 755 is called "The Organizational Life Cycle: The Boston Beer Company -- Brewer of Sam Adams Boston Lager."