You are here

TOPIC: Career Advice

LATEST STORIES

April 10, 2019

My father worked for an oil company in Vermont, and I spent my summers working with him. I had always thought about a career in business. My uncle had a degree in electrical engineering and a long career at IBM.

by Kristen Walsh April 10, 2019

Neha Singh ’15 isn’t a baker by trade, but she knows a thing or two about cookies.

by Mary K. Pratt April 10, 2019

At any given time on any given workday, Tom Andrade ’92 is watching international precious metal markets and the global economy, using the information to set sales strategy at his family’s business.

by Mary K. Pratt April 10, 2019

The fashion industry is projected to grow 4 percent worldwide in 2019, according to research by McKinsey & Company. Some of the strongest performance will be in North America, particularly in premium and luxury segments of the market.

by Kristen Walsh April 9, 2019

Carolina Figueroa and Valerie Perez are separated by years, interests and backgrounds.

April 9, 2019

I was not only the fi­rst in my family to go to college, but I was also the ­first generation in America. My mom and dad moved here from Canada.

by Donna Talarico April 9, 2019

First-generation students have a long history at Bentley. A new task force is building on the university's tradition of serving this motivated group of learners.

by Caroline Cruise April 9, 2019

Esther (Rothstein) Tetreault ’99, MBA ’03 owns Trillium Brewing with her husband, JC.

by Michael Blanding April 9, 2019

Negotiating the salary for a new job or promotion can rank as one of life’s biggest stressors. But it doesn’t have to be.

by Kristen Walsh April 8, 2019

Nobel Prize-winning molecular biologist Phillip Sharp knows that even the best science can’t stand alone. Bringing life-changing products to market also requires a keen sense of business.

Pages