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Bentley University Alumni:

If you are interested in getting involved with Career Services at Bentley University, we have created an on-line networking platform within our Bentley Alumni LinkedIn group for you to begin your adventure: The Mentor Marketplace.

The Marketplace is the very best way for students and alumni to connect and build their career networks. Alumni can share their insights and expertise on career paths, job market trends, industry knowledge and job search advice through casual discussions on LinkedIn with undergraduate and graduate students and with their fellow alumni. You may choose your level of involvement.  You can respond to student inquiries virtually or engage more actively with students by participating in one-on-one informational interviews.  You can also volunteer for a variety of on-campus events including mock interviews, resume reviews and employer and industry panels. It all happens through the Mentor Marketplace.

Joining the Marketplace couldn't be easier.  You must be a member of the Bentley University Alumni LinkedIn group to join the "Career Mentor Marketplace" subgroup.

1. To request access to the main alumni group - please follow this link: Bentley University Alumni
2. If you are already a member of the main alumni group - please follow this link: Career Mentor Marketplace

Bentley Parents and Friends:

If you are interested in getting involved with Career Services at Bentley University, please check the box below and we will follow up with you on opportunities for involvement (speaking on panels, mentoring students, coaching, posting jobs or internships for students and/or experinced alumni, etc.).

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All Alumni, Parents and/or Friends

Volunteeers looking to get involved with the BSLC will be able to participate in service opportunities, as well as interact with current students looking to get involved with non-profit work and volunteering.
Volunteers with the Cronin Office of International Education will be able to share their abroad experience with current students. Assisting with events such as reentry information sessions, Family Weekend, and Open Houses, alumni will be able to relate their experiences to current and incoming students. Alumni currently living abroad can also help with welcoming our students to their respective country.
Volunteers working with Fraternity and Sorority Life will be able to provide assistance to their respective chapter as participants in the Day of Service and leadership development training for all community members.
Volunteers can get more involved in Honors Program activities, such as the Honors Conference, networking events, and internship offerings.
Alumni working with this office can be a mentor to a current student, speak at various MCC events, and assist with the STEP program every summer. The Multicultural Center is very open and willing to collaborate with any alumnus who wishes to volunteer.

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