By: Melissa Vilmenay Business Administration: Management Alumna My partnership with Berkeley College spans for almost two decades. For most, that may seem like a lifetime, but for me that time has flown by. Two degrees later, I attribute many of my personal successes to my studies and the relationships I developed with my Berkeley professors […]

By: Brian Maher, Vice President, Career Services I am a huge fan of making to do lists. Without lists I am lost. The advent of the technology age has made lists almost a lost art. For example I have always been a fan of writing my list down on paper and crossing each item off as I […]

  By: Brian Maher, Vice President, Career Services    I find the most effective means to resolving disputes is to simply ask questions. Statements oftentimes will only inflame an already tense situation, but questions will not only eventually lead to the truth of the matter, but will encourage a less accusatory atmosphere. I’m not saying […]

By: Brian Maher, Vice President, Career Services   As I write this, I am one day removed from Berkeley College’s men’s basketball team earning the college’s first ever national championship. Anyone who has spent time working in athletics would be able to share with you the vital role athletics plays in the development of young […]

By: Brian Maher, Vice President, Career Services While I don’t like to consider myself a worst-case scenario type of guy, I do like to ask the question, What if… quite often. What if the power should go out? Did we print enough copies of the presentation for everyone? What if so-and-so can’t make it? Is […]

By: Brian Maher, Vice President, Career Services If you’ve ever planned an event you quickly learn that no event goes exactly as planned. There is always something that goes awry; sometimes big things, sometimes small things, but there’s always something. I have planned hundreds of events from trade shows to college graduation ceremonies to honor […]

By: Amy Soricelli, Assistant Vice President Career Services  and Alumni Relations at Berkeley College We all read articles about the right way to conduct a job search. There are endless tips for changing your job, re-focusing your search, switching up key words and revising the resume. How many times have you revised yours? What about […]