Food for Thought

Knowing the proper fork to use, the correct way to pass a basket of rolls, or which entrée to order can sometimes make a difference when trying to land a new job.

For the past sixteen years, Bridgewater State University has offered an etiquette dinner to teach students manners appropriate to a professional setting, particularly if they find themselves sitting down to break bread with someone they’re trying to impress.

The event, hosted by BSU Career Services, includes a free, four-course meal and fills up quickly every year, with a waitlist to boot.

Capital Idea

After graduating from Bridgewater State University, many alumni have jobs lined up due in part to their participation in various internship programs.

Campus Center Renovation Underway

Bridgewater State University students returning to campus this fall should find lots to cheer about inside the newly renovated Rondileau Campus Center.

“All of the changes we are making are in line with strategic priorities of the school, each can be tied back to student success,” said Thomas O’Connor, director of capital planning for operations.

Ready to Work

Here at Bridgewater State University, we know our students are shining stars set for success in whatever career they choose. But don’t just take our word for it.

Representatives of some of the more than 120 employers at BSU’s recent Job and Internship Fair heaped praise on the university for producing a steady stream of strong candidates.

Here’s what these recruiters – and fellow Bears – had to say:

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