Cheers to Travel!

In High School, it is hard to avoid the stereotypes that surround the college experience. House parties, sleeping all day, and of course, spring break! I am sure you have watched some movie or show where at some point they show the typical big group trip to Florida or the Dominican Republic where students spend…

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Jenn Tenczar

Advertising Industry Trek on April 10

Are you interested in learning more about the digital marketing industry in Boston?  We are seeking Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors, who have an interest in Digital Marketing or Advertising and exhibit outstanding professional skills, to attend an industry trek on April 10.  We will be visiting Mullen Advertising and Arnold Worldwide, two of the leading…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

PCA Chat: UG CCD Launches Virtual Walk-In Hours

This post was written by Shun Ping Huang ’17, CCD Peer Career Ambassador.  Have you ever wanted cover letter and resume advice from CCD, but the office was closed? Well, we’ve solved this problem by adding Virtual Walk-In hours every Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday from 7pm – 9pm starting March 31st, 2015 through GoogleChat. A Peer Career…

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Staying True To Fulfilling Your Mission But Open-Minded to How

The following post is from Yuanyuan Yin M’15 and Dylan Murphy, founders of SuperHealos, a spring 2015 hatchery business. When we started SuperHealos, we planned to revolutionize the children’s hospital supply industry by providing the most comfortable, functional, and moral boosting superhero costume-like hospital gown and other products. We quickly realized that hospitals have serious…

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Kyaw Thant

A Journey of Opportunities

As a senior in Babson College looking back to where I was four years ago, I never thought I would change and grow so much in such a short amount of time. The core of my personal development over the past few years is learning to shape my own destiny. While this may sound like…

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Babson MBA student puts entrepreneurship to work by helping reduce hidden hunger in Colombia Although job creation is one of the most important benefits an entrepreneur brings to society, it is not the only one. Sometimes, entrepreneurs start businesses that are focused both on profits and on improving the quality of life of the people…

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