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The Chronicle of Higher Education May 18, 2017

Associate Vice President for Career Services Susan Brennan explains how Bentley’s career counselors work with faculty and others on campus to help students find meaning work after graduation.

May 17, 2017

College students everywhere are getting ready to start their summer internships. In a recent talk on Facebook Live, Director of Career Education and Innovation Alyssa Hammond gave her top five tips to help students excel in a summer internship.

Chicago Tribune May 14, 2017

Bentley’s Director of Career Education and Innovation Alyssa Hammond shares career advice for the class of 2017.

Chicago Tribune April 30, 2017

Director of Career Education and Innovation Alyssa Hammond shares why worker transparency and honesty is critical for new hires.

Bloomberg Radio April 9, 2017

Vice President of Bentley University Career Services Susan Brennan shares the importance of providing exceptional customer service to students visiting college career services departments.

MA Conference for Women March 30, 2017

Executive Director of the Center for Women and Business Deb Pine shares how sponsorship can have a significant impact on women in their careers.

Forbes March 23, 2017

Market Research from Bentley’s PreparedU Project explores how business leaders perceive millennials’ job preparedness.

by Kristen Walsh March 16, 2017

Noor Faisal Al-Qatami ’07 used to pass time between her Bentley classes doing what she loved: window shopping at local supermarkets. “I like food products, the way they are merchandised and placed on shelves,” says the former Management major. “It’s an art to have it done in a way that’s attractive and sends a message to the customer.”

by Mary K. Pratt March 15, 2017

When Sarah (Matos) Cincotta ’07 moved to Chicago in 2014 with her husband, Chris ’07, and their two young children, the former Finance major landed a position as head of styling and customer experience for online boutique Mac & Mia. The two-year-old company taps into the “curated box” phenomenon, which started with beauty products and now includes all manner of items. Here, the customers are busy, style-conscious parents who want quality clothes for tots sized up to 6T.

Huffington Post March 10, 2017

Alex Steinmann '18 shares why university career services departments are an invaluable resource to the students they serve.

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