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TOPIC: Millennials


May 21, 2015

Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine M. Clarke discusses the importance of funding the geosciences. She explains how students from Bentley University are advocating for increased funding due to the critical role the geosciences play in disaster resilience. 

by April Lane May 21, 2015

Millennials are growing up, having kids, moving to the suburbs, and "becoming their parents," even if they don't know it yet — or have the choice.

MSN Money May 19, 2015

study conducted by Bentley reveals the career path that most millennials prefer to follow. This article is originally posted on TheStreet

by Jeff Shuman '12  May 19, 2015

A Bentley alum's advice to new grads: Don’t be afraid to take risks and gain experience through paving your own path.

by Michael Mazmanian '15  May 18, 2015

A new college grad shares his tips for succeeding in college — and beyond. 

Huffington Post May 13, 2015

PreparedU ambassador Gabrielle Jackson discusses four ways millennials’ workplace ambition is unique. 

by April Lane May 13, 2015

Millennials are eschewing processed and packaged foods — a movement causing product reinvention at some of America's stalwart food brands. 

by Melissa Massello May 12, 2015

Students in Bentley's Professional Sales major raised $22,000 for the Jimmy Fund — and gained invaluable experience in sales in the process. 

by Meg Murphy May 11, 2015

If you're looking to become a business professional, master real-world issues while you’re still a student and it’ll pay off later in a big way. 

by April Lane May 6, 2015

As millennials age into their mid-thirties and climb the corporate ladder, many companies are finding it more and more valuable — even necessary — to include millennials on their boards.