Bentley is featured for its efforts to show students the value of failure. Sheila Atiemo ’20 shares her struggle when an accounting class doesn't go as planned. Director of the Counseling Center, Peter Forkner, talks about why there’s no shame in failure.
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Dean of Undergraduate Admission, Suzanne Cuccurullo, talks about Bentley's new "Admissions 101" podcast as an innovative resource for prospective families and college counselors.
Research conducted by the Center for Women and Business offers statistical evidence to the flexibility that millennials in professional environments are gravitating to.
According to a Bentley study, by 2025, millennials will make up as much as 75 percent of the global workforce, which means changing a more traditional means of hiring to accommodate a new, quick-learning generation.
Bentley research is referenced in this piece about attracting and retaining the Millennial workforce.
Market research from Bentley’s PreparedU Project discusses millennials’ career aspirations.
Market research from Bentley’s PreparedU Project found that 84 percent of millennials said that making a difference in the world was more important than professional recognition.
A study conducted by Bentley's Center for Women and Business found millennials place a high importance on work-life balance in their jobs.
Each generation finds its own path to civic engagement