Are colleges effectively preparing graduates with the skills they need for their careers? Employers and educators recently came together at Bentley University to discuss the future of jobs and how they can partner to make sure graduates are ready for the changing market.
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TOPIC: Career Advice
Bentley University Director of Undergraduate Career Education & Outcomes Alyssa Hammond shares her top tips for making the best impression during an job interview.
Vice president of Career Services Susan Brennan discusses why to avoid talking about compensation with anyone other than your manager.
On Nov. 9, Bentley University will partner with The Chronicle of Higher Education and Strada Education Network to host “The Future of Work: The Path from College to Career,” an event exploring how universities and employers can work together to prepare the workforce of the future.
At Community Rehab Care (CRC), Eileen Chernoff, MBA '87 (pictured far left in orange) makes business personal.
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.
Gloria Larson shares advice on how to work with a competitive coworker.
In a recent talk on Facebook Live, Director of Career Education and Innovation Alyssa Hammond shared her top tips for taking the pain out of writing a cover letter.
Vice President of Career Services Susan Brennan shares seven strategies to help career services become a priority at colleges and universities.
Paige Labliberte '17 shares how she made the transition from a summer events intern to a full-time employee at The Castle Group.