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Meet the Program Chair: RN to BSN

By Bay State College on June 9, 2021
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With 20 years of experience at the bedside and in nursing education, Jennifer Verstreken joined Bay State College as the chair and full-time faculty of our Nursing RN to BSN program. We talked with her about the healthcare industry, her career, and what she hopes to teach students.

Meet the Chair of Criminal Justice

By Bay State College on June 9, 2021
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William Morrissette, Ph.D., is Chair of the School of Arts and Sciences and oversees Bay State College’s Criminal Justice programs. With a bachelor’s degree in history, a masters in human development, and a Ph.D. in Philosophy, Morrissette has been a police officer, worked in the CIA, and ran his own forensic training and consulting business, all of which inform his work at Bay State, where he helps students find careers in the Criminal Justice system. We spoke with him about his experience, his outlook, and his hopes for the program.

Meet the Chair of Entertainment Management

By Bay State College on June 9, 2021
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Jess White is the Chair of Bay State College’s Entertainment Management and Audio Production department. With more than 25 years of experience in the entertainment industry, she began at Bay State by teaching a venue management class in the evening, moved on to teaching event management during the day, and from there jumped to a full-time faculty position. We talked with her about the music industry, her career, and what she hopes to teach students.

Bay State College Celebrates Women's History Month

By Bay State College on March 1, 2021
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Women's History Month - March 1st through March 31st - celebrates the vital role of women in American history and around the world. The month-long celebration started in 1981 when "Congress passed Pub. L. 97-28 which authorized and requested the President to proclaim the week beginning March 7, 1982 as Women's History Week," according to the Women's History Month website. This changed from Women's History Week to month in 1987 by the National Women's History Project and as a result, Congress passed…

How to Write a Cover Letter if You Lack Work Experience

By Bay State College on February 11, 2021
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Cover letters can be helpful to showcase your skillsets and qualifications to potential employers. It should be one-page outlining why you are the best candidate for the job and should be included along with your resume. 

 

However, writing a cover letter can feel overwhelming especially for those that may lack work experience. Depending on the job description and skillsets you want to highlight, we have organized several different approaches you can consider when crafting your next cover letter…

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