At Community Rehab Care (CRC), Eileen Chernoff, MBA '87 (pictured far left in orange) makes business personal.
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As a young reader, Kim Harrington ’96, MBA ’00 was obsessed with the Choose Your Own Adventure book series. Though she loved controlling characters and plots, a writing career struck her as risky and impractical.
Associate director of admissions the McCallum Graduate School of Business at Bentley explains how graduate assistantships and industry scholarships can help finance an MBA.
Jeffrey Harrelson has a couple pieces of advice for people debating an MBA.
Cynthia Maletz had two reasons for pursuing the Bentley MBA (BMBA) at Bentley: Her career and her daughter.
Marco Milea (MBA and MSIT ’17) has been using technology to solve social problems for years.
Director of Graduate and Alumni Career Advising Wendy D’Ambrose implores prospective students to seek out alumni of their graduate program of interest to get feedback on starting salaries and the strength of the alumni network.
If you have a liberal arts degree, graduate school could be just the ticket for furthering your career.
Linda Edelman counts herself “so lucky” to be able to work with Bentley’s graduate students. As a Professor of Strategic Management, her research focuses on small firms, entrepreneurship, and the experiences of women entrepreneurs, and she teaches courses on strategic management and innovation. She holds both a DBA and an MBA from Boston University.
Bentley McCallum Graduate School of Business MBA student discusses his new pet focused social media company, GoPetite.