Bentley University played a key role in the New England Board of Higher Education summit, “Employability: A National Imperative”, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. The event highlighted Bentley’s leading role in connecting universities and employers to better prepare the workforce of the future.
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TOPIC: Career Trends
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.
Bentley University Director of Undergraduate Career Education & Outcomes Alyssa Hammond shares her top tips for making the best impression during an job interview.
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.
Associate Vice President of Career Services Susan Brennan shares how Bentley's CDI 101 course for first-year students supports strong career development.
Drawing on lessons learned during her decade at Bentley, President Gloria Cordes Larson outlines the school’s success in preparing graduates for a rapidly evolving innovation economy.
Director of Bentley’s Entrepreneurial Studies program Fred Tuffile explains why millennials see no future in more traditional career pathways and instead wish to create their own.
After a decade of lessons learned as president of Bentley University, Gloria Cordes Larson shares the details for a type of educational experience she believes all 21st century college graduates need in her new book, PreparedU: How Innovative Colleges Drive Student Success.
President Gloria Larson joined Bloomberg Radio, along with guest experts, to talk about what colleges and universities are doing to prepare future ethical leaders.
Associate Vice President for Career Services Susan Brennan explains how Bentley’s career counselors work with faculty and others on campus to help students find meaning work after graduation.