Tag: Career Development

Importance of Entrepreneurship

What makes a good business? If you would have asked me this question a few months ago, I likely would have replied with some form of “if the business is making lots of money.” While this is true, this is only one of many factors that are important in a good business. During the summer,…

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Technology in a Virtual Internship

For someone my age, technology does not always come easily and I have often noticed I have to spend more time to learn new skills in this area. During my virtual internship this summer, technology is more important than ever. I realized I needed to develop my skills in data analytics by utilizing my stronger…

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Annie Bergeron

Fall 2020 Undergraduate Recruiting is OPEN at Babson

Babson College Hoffman Family Undergraduate Center for Career Development (CCD) invites you to join us VIRTUALLY this fall to build your brand and identify talent for your organization! Babson’s top priority has been – and continues to be – the health and safety of our community. Recently, the College announced our Return to Campus plan…

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Fake It Till You Make It

It was my first week on Babson’s campus, I saw a poster on the wall of Park Manor West. It read “Meeting at 6:30pm for anyone interested in a career in finance.” Truth be told I had no idea what a career in finance even looked like. I knew finance was a popular concentration, thus…

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Jaime Doherty

The Hoffman Family Undergraduate Center for Career Development (CCD): 2020-2021 Corporate Sponsorship Program

Babson’s Undergraduate Fall Recruiting Season is officially OPEN and going VIRTUAL! To learn more about and register for our career fair, industry spotlight program, and additional ways to engage with undergraduate student talent this fall, TAKE A LOOK! 2020-2021 Corporate Sponsorship Program Opportunities Below you will find various Sponsorship Programs, offering many opportunities for you…

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