Tag: Networking

Overcome Your Fear of Networking

The following post is from Chirag Shah M’17, co-founder of Rapidocc a 2016 SVP Wellesley business. Networking may be seamless or challenging for you, but whatever it is, we all can attest to its power. For instance, according to Kim Miles, Founder of Miles In Heels Productions, effective networking got her to where she is. …

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Donna Sosnowski

Rules of the Road for Your Summer Internship

Senior executive and company founder, Laura Gassner Otting was riding in an Uber in NYC and just wrote up this list in about ten minutes of “what I wish my summer intern knew on his/her first day…” Below you will find her sage advice: Be on time. Every day, to everything. No matter how important…

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Caitlin Capozzi

Google Analytics Training in Denver

Post by Hunter Jones ’16 My time in Denver at Google Analytics Training was incredible! I learned so much about myself and who I was, on top of becoming a guru in Google Analytics. Day 1: My first day was kind of a bust as I had 0 sleep, and my van picked up me…

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Caitlin Capozzi

Babson San Francisco Rocket Pitch

Post by Nicholas Valles ’18 Three minutes.  Three slides.  The Rocket Pitch is definitely an experience that every entrepreneur should embrace since it really puts into perspective the viability of one’s endeavor.  From the networking opportunities to the pressure of the pitch, I know that entrepreneurship is so appealing to me because it validates the fact…

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Graduate Center for Career Development

Graduate Students and Employers Connect at 2016 Just-In-Time Fair

By Jay Robie, Associate Director, MBA, Relationship Manager for Health Care/Life Sciences, Consumer Products/Retail, Sports and Hospitality What do a brewing company, a Swiss chocolatier and a national drone training school provider have in common? They all attended the 2016 Graduate Just-In-Time Career Fair at Babson College . 40 employers of varying shapes and sizes, including 53% who…

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Caitlin Capozzi

BrazUSC 2016

Post by Cassiano dos Santos ’18 The Brazilian Undergraduate Student Conference, held at the University of Chicago between April 8th and 9th, was a fantastic opportunity to reflect on Brazil’s present and future. Throughout the two days of the conference, I had the pleasure to listen to some of the most prominent Brazilian voices from different…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

Summer Networking

This blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador Michael Horbowy ’18. With summer break practically here, everyone is looking forward to having fun and beginning their internships. However, if you’re not in the office all day and you get more of a tan than your doctor approves, you get tired of catching up with friends…

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Josh Boutin

Babson Hosts BETA Semifinals for On-Campus Start-Ups

Last Wednesday, Babson hosted its annual BETA Challenge semifinals, bringing together 18 businesses started by current undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumni. The BETA Challenge first started in 2012 to recognize student entrepreneurs and their achievements. Winners from each division (undergraduate, graduate, and alumni) receive $20,000 in cash and in-kind services, with select…

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