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Jenene Romanucci

Living the Babson Mission: Embracing and Rewarding Social Impact

The F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business is committed to living Babson’s mission of educating “entrepreneurial leaders who create great economic and social value—everywhere.” My colleague Johanna Beers summed up one way we practice this in the Graduate Admissions office in the post below. Enjoy!   What do the ideas below have to do with…

Colleen Hynes

“ET&A Live!” Highlights Babson’s unique virtual learning platforms

Earlier this month, admitted Blended Learning students & Graduate Admissions joined Blended Learning Faculty Director Phil Kim, Faculty Co-Director of Experiential Learning Dennis Ceru, and staff from Babson’s unique Experiential Learning office to experience ET&A Live!, a WebEx-enabled student experience where future classmates could practice working together in a simulated online class environment. ET&A is…

Graduate Center for Career Development

Interning at Wayfair the MBwAy

By Michael Perlis, MBA 2018 If you are interested in interning at a technology company next summer, do I have the place for you.  Wayfair is known for “a Zillion things home” and regarded as one of the top ecommerce retailers in the country, however, it sometimes isn’t top of mind for students seeking job…

jcarbone

The new application is live (and an updated essay too)!

For those of you applying for a program in spring, summer, or fall of 2018, our application is live!  We released a new application on Monday as well as a new essay topic. For those of you applying to our working professional’s programs for Fall 2018, don’t worry. The application may look a little different…

jcarbone

Babson Campus in Miami

I was in Miami this past Monday for the opening of our newest hub campus. It was a great event with alumni, local business leaders, and city officials. The weather was nice and warm (just how I like it), the space is cool (CIC), and the interest in Babson was strong. We offer three degrees…

Cara Hebard

MS in Accounting Program: Visit Campus This Summer!

Among summer jobs, internships and social activities, undergraduate students on summer break have a chance to rejuvenate and plan for the year(s) ahead. For those considering graduate accounting studies, summertime is a great opportunity to connect with us through a Create Your Experience (CYE) visit. A CYE visit offers you the opportunity to observe a…

Colleen Hynes

Your Graduate Application: Do’s and Don’ts

Before you begin your Babson graduate application, I wanted to share some Do’s and Don’ts on how to make your application as competitive as possible. Recommendation Letters Do… ask colleagues with whom you collaborative regularly for their recommendations. It’s ideal to have at least one recommendation letter come from a current or former supervisor, but…

Jenene Romanucci

“ETA Live!” – Practicing What We Promote

Every day I speak with candidates about Babson’s acclaimed teaching methodology, Entrepreneurial Thought & Action®, and how this approach to education makes Babson such a special place to learn. Similarly, I talk at length about how our graduate programs focus heavily on critical thinking, collaboration, and navigating ambiguity. I do my best to practice this…

Will Lamb

Ring founder and Chief Inventor Jamie Siminoff at Babson San Francisco

On Tuesday May 2, a large group of students, alumni, and friends of Babson College convened at our San Francisco location for a very special event: Babson Connect. This year’s special guest at connect was 1999 undergraduate alumnus Jamie Siminoff, founder and Chief Inventor of Ring. Jamie spoke with Babson’s Carol Hacker—who has known him…

Will Lamb

A Lesson From Babson’s First TEDx Event

On Saturday, April 22 a group of enterprising Babson students hosted the first ever Babson TEDx event. Conceived and organized by a group of MSEL students, the event was a huge success, attended by an audience of 70-100 people who arrived early and stayed until the finish. Titled “Disruption 360,” the event included a fascinating…