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Patricia Berens

Looking for statistics? Try Statista!

Statista has lots of industry, market, and economic statistics from major countries around the world, plus “dossiers” of related data on a variety of topics.  It’s very easy to use, provides details about and links to the original sources of the data, provides proper citations, and allows for easy exporting of graphs and charts. Statista…

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The Glavin Office

Swecha Reflection

This blog post was written by BRIC Participants Chris Lally and Ursula Dedekind… When we encounter or become aware of social issues and have the means to help, what is our responsibility? Coming into our week as team leaders, our intention was “care for the cohort”, a goal that we set in order to ensure that…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

One Step Ahead: Designing Your Own Business Card

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Sydney Huang (’20). You’ve heard it over and over: make sure you have a personal brand! This could mean anywhere from knowing your personal pitch to being mindful on how you are portraying yourself on social media. However, if you really want to make an impression,…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

What’s the Deal with Makeup in the Workplace?

After weeks of hard work and late night rehearsals, the long-awaited day had finally come. Accompanied by four teammates, we were on our way to the car to drive to Boston to compete in the National Association of Black Accountants’ (NABA) Case Competition. With a well-pressed suit, flawless makeup, and bold heels, I was confident…

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Alexandra Dunk

How to Start a Startup: Roundup of How 2 Tuesdays

How 2 Tuesdays at the Blank Center are short, workshop style sessions meant to bring you very specific, user friendly instruction on some of the most important things you need to know for your venture. They follow the journey of a startup, from business idea to scalable business, touching on every stage in between. What’s…

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Ashley Lucas

5 Ways Women Entrepreneurs Can Achieve Their Full Leadership Potential

Each year, Babson College hosts Women and Diversity Day, where faculty, staff, alumni, prospective students, and current students have an opportunity to learn from one another and experience all that Babson has to offer. Kicking off the full-day of programming, Susan Duffy, Executive Director of the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership, challenged audience members to…

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Jake Maude

Babson Built | April Chen of Gentle

Babson Built is a dive into the entrepreneurial mindset and journey, brought to life through the stories of Babson founders. From dorm room startup to Shark Tank to Series A, our interviews depict the highs, lows, and thrills of starting and scaling a venture.  The Babson Built podcast is now live and can be listened…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

Choosing an Industry That is Right for You

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Alex Rabell (’21) Coming into college many students feel the pressure of having to decide which industry they would like to pursue their career in. In college, students many times get the impression that everyone knows what career they would like to pursue, but the truth…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

How to Search for Internships

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Disha Sethi (’20). Regardless of your class year, finding internships can be tough. It is an intensive process that requires a sufficient amount of time. However to be efficient and ensure that you land your dream summer internship, here are a few tips: 1. Research Research…

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Ashley Lucas

Babson’s Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL) Awarded Excellence in Specialty Entrepreneurship Education

Each year, universities committed to innovative entrepreneurship education come together at the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers (GCEC) Conference to celebrate innovative advancements in the way entrepreneurship is taught. Now in its twenty-second year, the GCEC Conference was attended by more than 540 individuals from 250 top universities from around the globe, the most in…

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