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Annual Multicultural Fair!

Today is Babson’s annual Multicultural fair. The fair is basically meant to showcase Babson’s diverse student body and allow the community to interact and better understand the different cultures on campus. The majority of the cultural organizations have a stand and have a variety of cultural items on display. Everybody is welcome to come and…

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Breast Cancer Awareness at Babson

I’ve attended many social events throughout my time here at Babson. For the most part, all the events held on campus are usually free, except ofcorse for the very big ones like the Babson Dance Ensemble show. It goes without saying that my friends and I have been greatly spoilt by this ‘’free spirit” on…

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One More Thing

As my internship came to a close, I realized that I had amassed a good amount of contacts that I did not want to lose even after I had left the internship. My biggest problem was that for my time at Growth Africa Capital, I had made almost everyone believe that I was permanent employee,…

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Balancing a Start-up and an Internship

As a student entrepreneur, I realized that it’s easy to get wrapped up in your start-up over the summer — unless you have an internship. My experience at Growth Africa Capital this summer was a great example of just how hard juggling a start-up and having a full-time job is.   While this (summer) day job…

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The Baby At The Office

When I signed up to intern at Growth Africa, I knew I’d be one of the youngest employees at the office. However, what I didn’t anticipate was to be the baby of the office.  As a 21 year old intern, all my colleagues have all either amassed 10+ years in experience in the Venture Capital…

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Cocktails and Networking

I last wrote about my first few days at Growth Africa Capital in Nairobi, Kenya and how the intensity of the impact investing industry in Kenya provided me with absolutely no option but to immediately hit the ground running. I’m now a couple weeks deep into my internship at Growth Africa Capital and as the…

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Introduction to Impact Investing in Kenya

I joined Babson in the Spring of 2011 and as I had expected, I have been constantly surrounded by entrepreneurs. As an entrepreneur myself,  I’m still yet to remember a complete 24 hours on campus that has fully passed without my friends and I brainstorming ideas, improving business models and what has seemed to be…