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The Art of Following Up

Here is how you can send an ideal follow-up: First, you have to define your objective and there are 4 primary objectives: Ask for information: Example: You met with Company Z at the Career Fair and talking about a position you have already applied to, and the recruiter asks you to send an email with your…

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The Power of Research

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Disha Sethi ‘20. How often do you check your phone? And surf on your laptop? If you cannot think of a number at the top of your head, chances are the answer is A LOT. Most of the time you spent on these devices is counterproductive.…

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Stress Management

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Pranjal Joshi ‘19. A Babson student seemingly deals with stress on a consistent basis, may it come from classes, projects, group work, job search, relationships, business ventures, etc. Being in a high stress environment is no one’s choice but sometimes we cannot avoid it, especially as…

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The STAR Method

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Rumeer Keshwani ‘20. The STAR method is an ideal way to phrase specific experiences on your resume. Often times when people are describing professional experiences, leadership positions or community service events, they often fall prey to the trap of not being descriptive enough. There are a…

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Tips to Ace a Behavioral Interview

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Shreya Shah ‘20. Interview Season is here! As you start preparing, I want to provide you with some guidance on how to ace behavioral interviews that has helped me in the past. These are some tips and tricks on behavioral interviews for most industries. 1) Research…

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Why Should I Go To Drop-Ins?

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador Luke Martiros ’21. It could have been the smallest thing: one page instead of two pages, more buzzwords and less fluff, or a clean and structured description of your best accomplishments. Whatever it is, your resume is vital in making you stand out. When applying for…

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Making the Most of your Winter Break

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Vivian Hsieh ’20 As winter break is approaching, you probably have already made plans to travel around, to do an internship, or to simply rest up for the next semester to come. However, there are some things that you can do alongside your plan to best…

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