Tag: Time Management

Excel: The Program I Realized I Know Nothing About

I benefited from Excel for many years throughout my life in many areas. I used it in lab reports, statistics classes, market research for personal business, and the famed QTM 2 class. I thought I was experienced with Excell until I started my management consulting internship at Mazars. My first 2 days were very Excell…

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The French Work Culture

Hi everyone! This is to update you that I am doing fine (although I’ve already got lost in the Paris’s Metro subway system at least twice) and my internship has been going really well so far. In fact, it’s been much better than I expected! The thing I decided to write about in this post…

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Nicole Yapijakis

Ditching The City That Never Sleeps for No Sleep

Here I sit listening to Pink Floyd’s song, “Time”, never feeling so disconnected to the following lines, “Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day / You fritter and waste the hours in an offhand way”. I am Nicole, a rising sophomore and Posse Scholar at Babson College. I am from New York…

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Priscilla Joy Ning

How to Maximize Your Internship

Now that my internship at NatureBox is coming to an end, I have been able to reflect on the many lessons I had the opportunity to learn over the Summer. Three lessons, in particular, stood out to me immediately. With these three, I was able to create immense value, maximize my time at my internship,…

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Time Management Technique

Being a full-time student, maintaining a competitive GPA, and completing an internship requires excellent time management abilities. Can you share your time management techniques and how you’ve applied them at your internship when working on a project? This summer, I am currently working on campus as an RA, taking a class, and completing my summer internship. This…

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Austin Fabel

From Field to Office

I believe there is a direct correlation between participating in college athletics and the impact it can have on internships when coupled with learnings gained in the classroom. While it is undoubtedly true that I have begun to put my academic skills to great use as a Summer Valuation Analyst, it is the lessons, experiences,…

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Calvin Wang

Hand Father Time His First “L”

Time management is important no matter who you are or what you do. For students, it can be the difference between a 3.8 and a 3.0. For business people, it often is the difference between a closed deal and a frustrating failure. As such a skill is so important, it is shocking to see the…

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