Tag: Career Development - page 2

Peer Career Ambassadors

5 Reasons to engage with CCD

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Disha Sethi (’20). Center for Career Development offers so many beneficial events and resources that are customized for each class year. Here are some reasons why you should engage with CCD: 1.      Explore your interests Do you have to know the specific job title and…

Posted In Undergraduate Blog

Peer Career Ambassadors

Underclassmen Opportunities

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Alex Rabell ’21 This article is focused on first years and second years at Babson College. So you attended the career expo and other career events these past weeks and realized most companies do not offer internship opportunities for underclassmen. So what do you do? There…

Posted In Undergraduate Blog

Peer Career Ambassadors

Etiquette Dinner

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Luke Martiros ’21 The day has come and you cannot believe it! PwC, your favorite company, is taking you out to dinner for the final round of interviews. It’s an Italian place, and you make the risky decision of ordering spaghetti. Seconds after your plate comes…

Posted In Undergraduate Blog

Nishant Udeshi

Choosing the Right MBA Concentration

Remember that time in school when they asked you what you want to be in the future? One year you wanted to be a firefighter and the next a doctor and an architect in another. While asking myself what MBA concentration I wanted to pursue, I was in a similar situation. The Babson MBA offers…

Posted In Graduate Blog

Nishant Udeshi

How Grad CCD Helped Me Land an Internship

The first few months of grad school can be overwhelming. There are cases to read, assignments to complete, group meetings to attend, and networking to get a summer internship. Did someone say internship? That’s when the panic sets in.  Your resume has to be updated, cover letters have to be prepared,and you have to shortlist…

Posted In Graduate Blog

Lauren Mariano

Squash Arrogance, Be Humble

Working at the squash startup this summer, I had the incredible opportunity to witness some of the best squash professionals on a daily basis. Between professional coaches and players, one thing they all had in common was their humility. Never boastful, they cared more about improving than winning. Their skills spoke for themselves, so talking…

Posted In Undergraduate Blog

Lauren Mariano

Entrepreneurial Thought and Action On the Squash Court

What would my summer internship be without recognizing the ways in which ET&A is employed? Babson has it ingrained in me to assess opportunities with an entrepreneurial lens. Surprisingly, I found those elements present at the squash startup. Traditionally, squash was available only to those few who could afford to join clubs, and tournaments seen…

Posted In Undergraduate Blog

Lauren Mariano

Empathy on the Squash Court

With how much our current culture stresses the importance of empathy in the workplace, one would think we live in a more understanding working world. While strives have been made, there is still room to grow, with 68% of CEOs claiming the state of empathy in U.S. organizations needs to change. Working at the squash…

Posted In Undergraduate Blog