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Growth Of Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses At Babson

As we prepare for the final face-to-face session for the third cohort of the Babson-based blended model of Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses, it seems like a good time to report and reflect on what this program continues to mean to Babson. The Goldman Sachs Foundation asked Babson to design the curriculum for this initiative…

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Timothy James Curley

Introducing Park Manor West!

Just this semester, Babson opened its newest residence hall: Park Manor West. This residence hall was built for first-year students, and this spaces houses more than 200 students! This residence completes the first-year quad, which is home to four residence halls—Park Manor West, Park Manor North, Park Manor Central, and Park Manor South—that help with…

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Timothy James Curley

What’s the Next Step in your College Process?

As I think back to my senior year of high school, I remember receiving my decision from Babson College—spoiler alert I got accepted. From the onset of my college process, Babson was my top choice due to the small school atmosphere that afforded incredibly unique opportunities for students. As a result, I was incredibly nervous…

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Donna Sosnowski Named Director Of Babson’s Undergraduate Center For Career Development

Donna Sosnowski has been named Director of Babson’s Undergraduate Center for Career Development, bringing a unique ensemble of talents and expertise that encompass Career Services, Human Resources, Coaching and Higher Education. Previously she had served as Senior Associate Director of Babson’s MBA Center for Career Development. Sosnowski has led and set the strategic direction of…

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Emily Besen

Humans of Babson: Maria Cristina Cruz

Posted by Babson Latin American Club Maria Cristina Cruz, 2nd Year MBA, Venezuela 1. What is your favorite Latin American dish? I love arepas (the Venezuelan ones, which are different from Colombian ones), and pabellón criollo (our national dish made up of white rice, black beans, fried plantains and shredded beef)- I have no idea how…

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Caroline

Women’s Overnight!

This past weekend was Women’s Overnight, one of my favorite events here in admissions! The Women’s Overnight is an event for all early action and early decision admitted females in which they can come to campus and stay with a student host for a night to get an idea of what it is like to…

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Brianna DiPietro

Babson Student Startup: SuperHealos

Following personal health scares and unexpected family challenges, Babson MBA student Yuan Yin M’15 decided to reevaluate her priorities and follow a new dream. From it was born a team of SuperHealos. SuperHealos Yuan: A SuperHealo is many things. It’s both the name of our business and a member of our team. It’s also a character in…

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10 Businesses To Compete In Startup Rounds Showcase

Ten outstanding businesses will be competing for $30K in cash + a plethora of resources (legal, accounting, HR, office space, etc.) during the Startup Rounds Showcase on Monday, February 16th, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge. Judges include Philippe Schwartz, Former Co-Founder/CEO of Oovoo, COO of Withings; Paul English, Former…

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Professor Brush Among Speakers At 2015 California Entrepreneurship Educators Conference

Entrepreneurship Division Chair and Professor Candy Brush will be among the speakers at the 2015 California Entrepreneurship Educators Conference  held at San Diego State University on March 5th and 6th, 2015. The goal of the conference is to unite California entrepreneurship educators, staff and thought leaders, facilitate sharing, and formulate new ideas that can be…

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