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An MSEL Thanksgiving

Last night, about 25 of my classmates and I had an “International Thanksgiving,” complete with dishes from Thailand, China, America (including a 23 pound turkey!), cheesy grits (a Southern blessing from yours truly), and much more! For some of my peers, it was their first American Thanksgiving experience…filled with love and laughter, we were able…

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Beyond Babson: MSEL students coach local high school students through NFTE

One of the reasons I chose Babson is because of the social entrepreneurship they’re known for. I firmly believe that no matter what path I choose, I have a responsibility to go beyond myself in order to help others achieve their dreams as well. Last week, my classmates and I had the opportunity to coach high…

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So You Think You Can Network?

More like, so you think you hate networking – am I right?! It’s something that either makes people giddy or makes them shiver in fear. Networking is one of the greatest tools to use on your career journey, and it can also be the most uncomfortable. I’d like to consider myself an extrovert, someone who gets energy from…

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Babson Grad Student Uses Dolls to Address Racial and Gender Expectations

“No longer are we telling black male youth that the only path to success is through hyper-aggressive career and interest paths,” says Jennifer Pierre, a Masters in Management in Entrepreneurial Leadership (MSM) candidate here at Babson. Stemming from her work with minority youth, Jennifer saw a need for young boys to be encouraged in whatever…