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The Importance of Gratitude in the Workplace

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Davele Zephyr ’19.           Thanksgiving is just around the corner and usually around this time, we start to assess what we are grateful for—family, friends, health, but what about our workplace? We all know that the culture in the workplace matters! In fact,…

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Location, Location, Location

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador Michael Horbowy ’18. Location is an important factor in weighing what job offers recent college graduates choose. Location affects every aspect of our lives, and it will impact performance and overall enjoyment of this new phase of your life. While proximity to family is important to…

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Work Authorization for International Students-What You Need to Know

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Tommy J. Wang ’19.   At Babson, we value the importance of a student population that reflects global diversity. For the incoming class of 2021, 28% of the students are international, representing 43 countries around the world. Some of the international students are looking forward to…

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No Shows are a No Go

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Ji Hwan Kim ’18.   Let’s start out with a hypothetical situation: Your grandmother’s birthday is fast approaching and this year, you’ve volunteered to organize and plan a big party for her. You’ve taken care of every aspect of the party and you’ve worked diligently enough…

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Navigating Finance as an Underclassman

This bog was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Sydney Huang ‘20 More often than not, I have overheard freshmen or sophomores underestimate themselves and their abilities when it comes to looking for careers in finance. The mentality is that most financial firms are only looking for juniors and seniors so why bother? I’m here to…

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Participating in a Consulting Internship: My Experience.

This bog was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Gyda Sumadi ‘18 What to expect as a consulting intern. Note: this is my perspective working for a company in which the consulting lifestyle is 100% travel, and you are staffed on a client site. Other internships opportunities and experiences may differ from mine, but may have…

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Ready? Set? Go! (To Fall CCD Events)

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Calvin Wang ’19. Hello everyone and welcome back on campus. Hopefully by now, you have settled into your new classes, dorms, and organizations and are ready to start the year off strong. This post will focus on being prepared and ready to jump into recruiting season,…

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First Years at the Career Expo- What to Expect

This post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Shreya Shah ’20   As an enthusiastic first year student, I was ready to take advantage of all Babson had to offer. I decided to join many clubs and organizations and I attended as many leadership workshops, guest speaker events, and retreats as I could. When I…

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PCA-Led Etiquette Event

This post was written by PCA Gyda Sumadi ’18 Trim Back Dining Room, April 19th from 5pm to 6pm Why is Etiquette Important? We are all in business to be successful and we live in an image-driven society. Employers will hire those who can best represent their brand and company image. As more business has…

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Exit Resume Black Holes

This blog post is written by PCA Shun Ping Huang ’17. Resume black holes are real. We’ve all experienced it when we apply to a job on a company website and never ever hear back. As the recruiting process becomes more competitive and electronic based, resume black holes become bigger and more relevant. But did you…