Peer Career Ambassadors

Nailing the Bullet: Resume Tips in a Jiffy

This post was written by Nicole Cartier ’14, CCD Peer Career Ambassador Employers spend less than ten seconds looking at your resume . . . yes, I will say that again; less than ten seconds are spent reviewing your resume. So, how do you make your resume stand out? How do you make your past…

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Jenn Tenczar

Key Messages from Tim Ryan’s Babson Visit

This blog was written by Dan Macumber, Class of 2015.  I had the privilege of attending a speaker event hosted by PwC, where I will have an internship this coming summer. The speaker, Tim Ryan, is the Vice Chairman and Markets, Strategy and Stakeholders Leader for the company, and he is a Babson Alumn. The…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

What the heck am I going to talk to a Director about?

This post was written by Jacob Vick ’15, CCD Peer Career Ambassador. It’s been a message that has been hammered into me through my school, faculty, family, and friends; networking is important. But there will come a point where you say “okay I’m sold….but what am I going to talk to them about?” Now my…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

My Tan Has Faded… Now What?

This post was written by Jaclyn Gaines ’16, CCD Peer Career Ambassador. So it has been two weeks since we returned to Babson from Spring Break. We exchanged warm sunshine for cooler New England temperatures. We left sandy beaches to head to classrooms. And, our tans slowly faded as reality struck that the semester is…

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Leandra Grinage

Here’s my 168, what’s yours?

My 168 hours are never spent in the same way. Each week, something new happens that I may spend my time doing. A typical week for me consists of studying, visiting professor’s office hours, volunteering at Cradles To Crayons, planning events as VP of Finance for HOLA and during fall semester my time bulk of…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

Marketing Your International Experience

This blog post was written by Victoria Bills, a Peer Career Ambassador for the Undergraduate Center for Career Development Whether you went abroad last semester, or you’ve spent your past four years here at Babson after leaving your homeland, companies are now working to achieve a more global mindset, and are becoming interested in study…

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Jenn Tenczar

Why should you attend the Accounting Concentration Dinner on April 10th?

This blog was written by Lena Wu, Accounting Club Director. Babson Accounting Club partners with the Accounting and Law Division and Undergraduate Center for Career Development to host its annual Accounting Concentration Dinner.  At this event, students are provided the opportunity to casually network with professionals to get a better sense of potential careers and…

Posted in Career Development, First Year at Babson

Brenda Kostyk

ENTREPRENEURS — April is Here . . . The Time is Now!

Interested in launching your own business or working for a start-up?  APRIL APPLICATION DEADLINES ARE FAST APPROACHING! TONIGHT @ MIDNIGHT, March 28 Junior and Senior Trek to Cambridge Innovation Center – On April 11, CCD will take a small group of juniors and seniors to the Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) – one of the most heralded entrepreneurial ecosystems in…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

Spring Break or Career Catastrophe?

This post was written by Elena Ruan ’14, CCD Peer Career Ambassador. Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter – whatever your chosen social media poison is, the message is usually the same. Spring Break is the time to travel to some place tropical or adventurous. With a big group or as an intimate pair, you want to…

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Caroline Hayes

Finance hiring is not over!

I have been meeting with many students over the past couple of weeks who come into the office and say “I know finance recruiting is over so I am not expecting to find a finance internship at this point”.  My first response to these students is that it’s not over!  Certainly, there are specific areas…

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