Summer Catalyst: Week 4

Within a cohort environment like Babson’s Summer Catalyst, entrepreneurs have the opportunity to learn and grow collaboratively. Starting a venture is by no means an easy endeavor, but working alongside a group of supportive peers and mentors and asking for help can alleviate challenges as they arise. Summer Catalyst emphasizes the theme of community and…

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Four Reasons Why I Only Work with Start-Ups

I’ve never once worked with an established company. So far, I’ve worked with five start-ups and have a handful of side ventures that I am pursuing. Here are my reasons why I enjoy working with start-ups: 1. Open and Collaborative Environment Expect no more than 15 employees in the office. The smallest office I’ve worked…

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Stepping into the Entertainment and Media World

I’ve always had my eye on the entertainment and media industry, whether it’s because I grew up binging Keeping Up with the Kardashians or re-watching Bridesmaids multiple times. It’s an industry that not only cures my boredom at times, but brings me to the forefront of culture. My passion for this industry has led me…

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Dealing with Uncertainty

This week we have discussed a lot about the current economic and health crises. We talked about how similar it is to previous crises, and how some countries reacted in the very same way- especially Brazil. With all of this discussion, the most interesting part is how it can be applied to our personal lives…

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How Babson Prepares Us for Internships

College is the time of life to explore new opportunities and experiment with ourselves to find what professional path will lead us to happiness. My time at Babson College has taught me to always analyze the information given, to seek for more knowledge, and to be open for the people around. Thus, my internship experience…

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The Crucible: How I’ve Overcome Losing My Internship

2020 has undoubtedly been a crucible. It has been a year of natural disasters, political unrest, social justice movements, and the Covid-19 pandemic. However, in the midst of the chaos, 2020 has also been a year for change and reflection. Like many others, I lost my internship in the spring. I was on track to…

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