MacIntyre Henderson

A Learning Lifestyle

Working and living in a country to which you have never travelled is an ongoing, 24/7 learning experience. This is what I mean. As would be expected, the hours of the day spent doing work for the company provide a massive influx of information, but that doesn’t stop when lunch comes around; sitting to eat…

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Contributing Anyway I Could

As my last blog read, My company had a huge client presentation in Philadelphia last Friday and as expected; interns weren’t able to attend. Although I was not presenting I wanted to share some tips I did to stay involved and engaged in a successful presentation! 1. Ask tons of questions! Since I wasn’t presenting…

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Creating Change in Haiti through Tech and ET&A

  Last spring, I was in full semester swing, wrapping up my last final exams and projects for my Babson MBA degree. I was eight months into my role as Assistant Director of The Schlesinger Fund for Global Healthcare Entrepreneurship (GHE). For my nonprofit organization, CHES, I was organizing a special event in Boston while…

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Taline Karozichian

How to Beat Your Summer Commute

I hate carrying things. I see all these young people on the train and subway with nothing in their hands expect their phone and I get jealous. Pan to the left and there I am. A heavy backpack on my back, my camera bag in one hand, and my gym bag in the other. Last…

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Daniel O'Hanlon

Top 5 Moments of an Amazing Season with Babson Baseball

During the last year, I got the opportunity to serve as a student manager with Babson’s varsity baseball team, and in the process be a part of the most successful season in program history. As a globally-renowned business school Babson is not typically celebrated for its athletics but in recent years the college has fielded…

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Caroline Hayes

Tips to move from Interview to Offer

Congratulations on making it to the interview stage of the process.  That means hiring managers are liking the skills and qualities you’ve shared in your application documents (resume, cover letter, transcript, online assessment, writing sample, etc).  If you are continuing to get the interviews but not the job offer, let’s consider some of the reasons…

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alora1

The Struggle in Refraining to Over Water My Seeds

Friday June 15th, 2018, marked the end of the second week in my internship with StreetLight Data. In working for a data collection consulting company specialized in transportation, many aspects of my job include tasks and knowledge that Babson has not entirely prepared me for, such as privacy screening of our LBS data to ensure…

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Miranda Ditmore

Don’t Stress, You’ll Figure it Out

Like most rising seniors, the panic surrounding what I’m going to do after graduation is in full swing. Some people enter Babson knowing the industry, job title, and even company they want to work for in the future. They work hard, secure those connections, and are set up with a full time job before they’ve…

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Kirishika Krishnarajah

Round Two

This summer I will be a returning intern at ALKU. After working at ALKU last summer I realized that recruiting was something I loved to do, so I went back for another summer. This year I am placed in the Epic Division, working with a startup is much different than working with a pre-established industry…

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The Importance of Quality Deliverables

The first two weeks of my private equity internship have been unbelievable. Every day I get the chance to meet remarkable people from all over the world and get to do meaningful work that actually impacts the future of the firm. Just recently I have been assigned my first individual project that I will have…

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