Career development is an essential part of your undergraduate experience. At Bentley, internship and job preparation starts during your first year through the new Career Development Introduction Seminar (CDI 101).
The course is available for freshmen and incoming transfers. Registration takes place at First Year Seminar in the fall.
This innovative, seven-week program is offered to all first-year students in conjunction with the First-Year Seminar. Topics covered include:
The course is designed and taught by advisors in Undergraduate Career Services in partnership with business professionals from top companies.
After successfully completing the course, if you should obtain an internship requiring academic credit, you will now be eligible to undertake a one-credit internship (CDI 102) managed by Undergraduate Career Services. Internships are an excellent opportunity to further develop the career skills you have learned and allow you to explore possiblefields of interest.
Starting Your Career:
The Career Development Introduction Seminar
“Students who acquire strong career preparation skills early in their college experience are well positioned for professional success.”
— Susan Brennan
Executive Director, University Career Services
See also: HIRE Education Four-Year Plan
Our customized, four-year career development plan designed to help you during every phase of your Bentley career, to prepare for professional success.