Career Central

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Welcome to BGS Career Central, a free resource exclusively for our members! Here you’ll find everything you need to grow in your career—articles, expert interviews, career programs, grad school info and more. It’s just one more way BGS is providing members like you with a lifetime of value.




Upcoming Webinars


Is There a Leader in You? How to Prepare for Leadership
March 14, 2023 | 12PM CT

Join BGS partner, American Management Association (AMA), to explore how to project a positive professional image, influencing strategies, motivation tips, and more!

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Now’s the perfect time to apply to KPMG and build the career you’ve always wanted.
Whether it’s KPMG’s Audit, Tax or Advisory practice, we’re sure you’ll find the perfect career opportunity.

Click here to apply!




BGS and Dell are working together to highlight some of their available career opportunities in engineering and sales. Click the link below to view the list of available internship and job opportunities.

Check out Dell's Career Opportunities




Tired of having the same performance discussion over and over again? Has discretionary effort left the building? If this sounds familiar, the good news is that it is possible to hold others accountable, increase productivity, and develop strong interpersonal relationships as a leader! The Effective Leader Coach Overview course provides a preview of the full Effective Leader-Coach certificate program that equips leaders so that they effectively develop others for long-term results with considerably less stress!

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BGS member, project management expert, and retired navy nuclear officer Herbert Marshall, has written his first book “The Project Oversight Guide” (POG). POG is intended to bridge the gap between knowing how to run a project and knowing how to oversee one. Readers of the POG will learn that project oversight and project management are uniquely different disciplines. Bad project oversight can make an otherwise good project fail, whereas good oversight can lead a substandard project team or contractor to succeed in delivering the expected return on investment.

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