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Adam Sulkowski

15 Student Take-Aways: Startup Liabilities & Diversity at the 2nd Largest Custodial Bank on the Planet

Jason Cipriano has been an entrepreneur, naval officer, supply chain executive at a robotics start-up, and now oversees diversity and inclusion in the supply chain of State Street. As one might guess, students found his real-life examples related to tort liability (after classes on business formation, IP, and contracting) to be fascinating. With light edits,…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

Diversity Opportunities

This Blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador Alex Rabell ‘21 Are you a diverse student looking to break into the corporate world? It can be challenging and daunting to enter the workforce, which is why I have written this blog with some of the resources and opportunities at your disposal. Many companies are currently…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

Internships & International Students

This blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Natalia Castellanos ‘21 Exploring the world of internship opportunities as an international student is an exciting and challenging feat. Although competition for internship opportunities is high,  There are many valuable skills that you, as an international student, bring to employers. Here are some things to keep in…

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Keeping the Funnel Full: How 2 Build a Sales Pipeline

The generation of early sales is critical for startups. Securing initial customers validates the need for your idea and provides the necessary funding to keep the business moving. But for entrepreneurs who don’t have a finished product yet, or solopreneurs who will be juggling the role of salesman with other key responsibilities, the sales process…

Posted In Living Entrepreneurship Blog

Adam Sulkowski

15 Student Take-Aways on Contracts (and More) From 2 Very Different Start-Up Stories

What can we learn by comparing the experiences of: Eagle Wu, whose startup, Vinvi VR, contracts with the Defense Department and Karim El-Gamal, who started Rail Trail Flatbread and New City Microcreamery with fellow Babson alumnus Michael Kasseris? Students previously noted take-aways related to law, strategy, and entrepreneurship based on the conversation with our first…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

ALPFA National Convention 2019

This blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Julian Parra ’20. From August 3rd to August 6th, I had the opportunity to participate in the 2019 ALPFA Convention in Nashville, Tennessee. At a high level, this weekend was filled with workshops about topics like wealth creation, professional development, and Latino representation in the workforce. Over…

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Annie Bergeron

Employers on Handshake: Important Information and Best Practices for Recruiting Babson Talent

GETTING STARTED WITH HANDSHAKE By creating an account in Handshake, and connecting with Babson College, you can post internship and job opportunities to our students and alumni; post and market your events directly to students; request on-campus interviews; and of course, register for our career fairs and recruiting programs.                  APPROVAL PROCESS All employer requests…

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The 4H’s of Pitching: How 2 Pitch to Investors

Across all sectors and stages of entrepreneurship, founders will all inevitably have to pitch their ventures. But not all pitches will come in the traditional form of a rehearsed presentation for investors or competition judges. Whether it’s on the biggest of stages or an in an impromptu encounter with their dream investor, how can founders…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

IBM Summer Experience

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Julian Parra ’20. Hi! For those who may not know me, my name is Julian Parra and I am currently a senior here at Babson concentrating in Finance. On campus, besides being a Peer Career Ambassador at the Center for Career Development, I have been a…

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