CareerEdge: The New Face of Bentley Career Services

As many of you are aware, the office of undergraduate career services is undergoing several changes this year. Among those changes include the introduction of CareerEdge. This online resource will allow you to access campus career events, job postings, recruiting and employer information, and blog posts by the career services team.

By hovering over the Blog tab, you can filter blog posts by your major to get narrowed results. The Featured Jobs section allows you to view the featured jobs as well as all other jobs that you can apply to. They’ve also included useful filters to narrow your job search by state, type (full time, internship, etc.), industry, and function. The website has many other cool features, so definitely be sure to check it out at

As a convenience, we’ve added an RSS feed to our website that links directly to the CareerEdge blog posts. Located on the left sidebar, you’ll be able to view the most recent posts.


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Google Dashboard

Do you have an email account on GMail? What about Youtube? Google+? Google Talk? Do you do Google searches while you’re logged into your Google account, or use the Google Calendar? As you can see, Google has a lot of products that are available for the daily user. And each product comes with its own settings where you can customize and manage your privacy, etc.

With the recent change in Google’s privacy policy came the Google Dashboard. This utility acts as an aggregation center for all of the Google products you use. It allows you to see all of the Google services you are using, as well as let you manage each of the products’ settings, etc. So for example, if you use GMail, you can see the amount of mail in all of your folders, the recently accessed emails in each folder, manage chat settings as well as general GMail settings. If you have a YouTube account, you can manage similar settings and view your relevant playlists, subscriptions, etc. If you have an Android phone, you can view information about even that, the applications you’ve installed on it, and more. There’s a lot to explore and all of the information that you’re given to play with and view gives you a lot of power. All you have to do is go to


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