A study from Bentley's Center for Women and Business is highlighted and provides data about how millennials work in different envi
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Shape's online magazine highlights the Center for Women and Business' survey stating that 84% of millennials rank making a positive difference in the world more important than professional recognition.
The Center for Women and Business is highlighted for leading the "Getting to More" corporate challenge, an initiative to create a network of organizations supporting and advancing women in the work place.
Glamour highlights Bentley’s “The Millennial Mind Goes to Work” survey stating that almost two thirds of millennials want to start their own business.
Bentley and Liberty Mutual team up to teach actuarial science students how to make sense of data to price insurance products and offer career mentoring for those interested in the health industry.
CNN covers Hillary Clinton's views on Ferguson while President Gloria Larson is highlighted for introducing the speaker at the annual Massachusetts Conference for Women.
Millennial Magazine features a blog post from PreparedU Ambassador Jill Jacinto that refutes previous assumptions made about how millennials prefer to communicate.
Bentley University's total endowment fund and other holdings rose by 18 percent this past fiscal year.
In an effort to support gender equality, Boston Globe highlights Bentley's co-released report with Boston Club and Mercer to show how women are represented within the 100 largest public companies in Massachusetts.