Katherine McVey

Affinity Scholarships for Veteran MBA Students

Written By, Jim Grande     The summer during Babson’s One-Year MBA is a crucible. Navigating a challenging academic course load while forging friendships that will last a lifetime, I made it a priority to take advantage of the sparsely populated campus. Early in the program we were introduced to career services- the folks who…

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The Lewis Institute

Real Talk About College Entrepreneurship

By Prabha Dublish ’18, Co-Founder of Womentum. “An entrepreneur is someone who jumps off a cliff and builds a plane on the way down.” – Reid Hoffman, founder of LinkedIn. As a college student who founded a tech nonprofit, this quote really resonates with me. Throughout my time at Babson, I’ve heard from many people…

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The Glavin Office

Reflections From Studying Abroad

This blog post was written by Jessamine Von Arx, who participated in the IES Abroad Program – Emerging Economies: Buenos Aires & Santiago this past Spring…  Why do you think it is important for students to go abroad? The best way to understand people who are different than you is to travel. Coming to Babson as a…

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Babson Graduate Students

Babson Faculty and Students Attend Japan Innovation Night at CIC

Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC)  hosted the first ever Japan Innovation Night at its Venture Cafe. Read about two Babson perspectives, Associate Admissions Director Johanna Beers and current two year MBA student, Naohiro Shimaguchi: Johanna Beers: I attended the first ever Japan Innovation Night at the Venture Cafe in the Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) for two reasons:…

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Emily Denoble

FEI Hosts Future of Fashion

Babson’s Fashion Entrepreneurial Initiative (FEI) is a group of Babson students and community members involved in the fashion industry who aim to identify action steps to create economic and social value. Last month, FEI hosted its second-annual “Future of Fashion” panel in which representatives of well-known international companies discussed upcoming innovation in the fashion industry.…

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Jake Maude

Launchpad Venture Group

The Launchpad Venture Group is one of the largest and top three most active Angel groups in the country, in terms of deal volume and dollars invested. The group is capped at 150 investors, and has a long waitlist to get in. The group puts about $8 million to work per year, and currently has…

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Office of Faith and Service

Why CAP?

The smiles on their faces, their open arms when you walk in, and their curiosity always brings me back to the kids. I have been working in the CAP program for four years now and it has been a great experience. This year, I am part of the Pusan Road after School program. I am…

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Office of Faith and Service

Pusan Road Program

My name is Leslie Parra and I am a Posse scholar and a junior here at Babson. I’ve taken part in the Community Action Program for about 3 semesters now. I’ve done the Wellesley Barton Road Program, the Framingham Pusan Road Program and the Framingham Musterfield Program. I’m used to being around younger kids because…

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