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Emily Besen

Finding a Taste of Home at Bocconi

Post by Karla Chavez, Class of 2016  I decided to study abroad in Italy for one specific purpose: immersing myself in the Italian culture. I was committed to my goal and tried to get along with other local Italians. Surprisingly most of them were very open and if you made the effort of talking to…

Posted In Living Entrepreneurship Blog

Peer Career Ambassadors

Careers… Where to Start

This post was written by Owen Shea ’17, CCD Peer Career Ambassador. How am I going to possibly figure out what my vocation is less than four years? This is a question that every individual grapples with at some point in their life. College is supposed to be only play hard and not work hard,…

Posted In Undergraduate Blog

Insights from the Inside: The Sweet Spot

This post is part of a series providing a road map for real world operational management of non-profits and social enterprises. The author, Gene Miller, has held a variety of high-stakes leadership positions in diverse industries through crisis periods and great successes. This series shares her results-based approach, presenting practical guides for how to get…

Posted In Creating Social Value Blog

Michelle Lederhos

Babson Career Boot Camp- Hello, Real World! – Anna Ivashko, Clarkston Consulting

Alumni Guest Blog post from Anna Ivashko, Consultant, Clarkston Consulting. Her educational background includes extensive coursework in management, strategic analysis, applied mathematics, and economics at Babson College. Anna’s professional experience includes business process analysis, training, and validation roles in the life sciences industry. She is dedicated to understanding her clients’ business needs, translating business process…

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Timothy James Curley

Setting the Scene: an Introductory Blog

I am greatly excited to begin working as an Admission Fellow! As a first-year student, the first organization that I joined was the Admission Ambassador Program—often abbreviated to AAP. Before coming to Babson, I had a terrific experience with the admission staff—shout out to Hannah, Court, and Blair—and I wanted to pay it forward by…

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BabsonARTS presents Hapless Bizarre and Mo(or)town/Redux by choreographer Doug Elkins

BabsonARTS presents Hapless Bizarre and Mo(or)town/Redux by choreographer Doug Elkins on Saturday, February 28, 8 pm at the Carling, Sorenson Theater. Doug Elkins is known for his exuberant, humorous, and innovative choreography, and he brings his versatile company to Babson for an evening that’s a dance-lover’s dream. In Hapless Bizarre, a company of dancers, actors,…

Posted In News & Announcements Blog

Drawn to Babson for Socially Responsible Business

By Ryan Lupberger, Babson Undergraduate Student and Scholar at The Lewis Institute. What does it mean to be a Babson student? How does one discover their passion in an unfamiliar atmosphere overwhelmed with possibilities? What motivates the majority of Babson students? These are the questions that I asked myself when I stepped on campus in…

Posted In Creating Social Value Blog

Leandra Grinage

4 Things I’ve Learned From Startups

  (Top: Maria Del Mar Gomez’16, Alicia Tzau ’16) (Bottom:Hannah Conley’16 , Emily Levy’16  and Leandra Grinage’16) Co-founder and CFO Yousef  Al-Humaidhi ’15, not pictured Pictured above are team members of PICCPerfect; a bio-medical accessories company founded by Emily Levy’16 Note: As part of the Babson SF prgoram , students take a class called Silicon…

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Petia Whitmore

Round 2 decisions are ready to go out!

Round 2 decisions for the One-Year MBA, Two-Year MBA and MSM are ready to go out! Today is a very big day for all Round 2 applicants – we will be releasing admissions decisions at midnight. The Graduate Admissions Committee spent a tremendous amount of time working with this very large and exceptionally qualified pool…

Posted In Graduate Blog