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Emily Besen

NOT A TYPO: Recruiting for Summer 2019 in some industries will start AS EARLY AS SUMMER 2018

Some competitive companies, such as Amazon, JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, ETC. are opening Summer 2019 applications as early as May, June or July 2018. That’s not a typo.  In order to recruit the best talent, some companies are opening their applications one full year before the start of the internship/job. While applications will likely stay…

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Shannon Sweeny

Arist: A Dose of Education in Your Morning Routine

Arist is the world’s first platform to offer college courses via text messaging. Arist’s first course is in entrepreneurship and with this technology, this course is accessible to anyone who has a cell phone. The co-founders are Babson student Michael Ioffe ’21, founder of TILE, the world’s largest conversations series, and UCLA student Riley Wilson,…

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Antonette Ho

Understanding ICOs: Learn More at Babson Boston

TiE Boston and Babson College join Boston Blockchain Week (April 23 – 27th) – the largest gathering of blockchain founders, developers, and funders in Boston/Cambridge. Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) are funding exciting startups and presenting new opportunities for investors to get a piece of the action while also creating a new funding vehicle that is…

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Nishant Udeshi

Unity in Diversity: The Babson Latin American Forum

Hola, ¿cómo estás?. Well, that’s how much Spanish I have perfected thanks to my friends from Central and South America in Babson’s two-year MBA program. In my time here, I have taken a couple of short trips with friends from Peru and Mexico only to realize how similar our cultures are. So when I heard…

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Emily Denoble

Yulkendy Valdez ’17: Female Founder Stories (Part 4)

Yulkendy Valdez ’17 co-founded Project 99 with Josuel Plasencia ’17 in 2014 to encourage diversity in the workplace. At Babson, Yulkendy was a CWEL Scholar and a recipient of the Glavin Global Leadership Award. She now works full-time as the Managing Partner of Project 99. Yulkendy and Josuel are creating important and meaningful changes in…

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Antonette Ho

#How2Tuesday: How 2 Use Free Tools for Your Startup

The Blank Center’s #How2Tuesday series continues on Tuesday, April 17 at 5pm in the Blank Center Televideo Room: How 2 Use Free Tools for Your Startup with Greg Gomer ’07, co-founder of HqO. Starting a company isn’t always glamorous, especially when cash is low (or doesn’t exist). Sometimes as an entrepreneur, you have to be…

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Decisions, decisions, decisions…

Happy Friday everyone! I trust you are all well and enjoying the countless tasty memes of Zuckerberg making the rounds on the internetz over the past few days. It was quite interesting seeing the interaction between the youthful optimism of Silicon Valley and the tempered wariness of Capitol Hill. I now endeavour to answer any…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

Why “Bad” Internships Aren’t All That Bad

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Ji Hwan Kim ’18 Imagine working hard all school year to get that dream internship. You’ve gotten good grades to boost your GPA, gone to numerous CCD events, reviewed your resume a thousand times, and had your friend help with mock interviews. Now that you’ve arrived…

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