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A Cosimini

We’re All Future Millionaires

Millenials are a generation of future millionaires. Well, at least that’s what we tell ourselves. While studying at Babson and meeting other college students my age, I have not yet met someone who does not believe that they will be wildly successful someday. I have met future CEO’s, CFO’s, and CMO’s. I’ve met future Entrepreneurs,…

Brandon Schwartz

How Google Docs Saved Me This Summer

If there was no Google Docs, I wonder how my team at work and I would be able to complete our work efficiently and well. Of course, I am not saying that saying Google Docs is the final, say-all, end-all of word processors. There are definitely opportunities where Google Docs may present itself as the…

Jaime Doherty

Blogging about Blogging

Well this is somewhat embarrassing, but yes, this blog post is about blog posts… College students are social media gurus and it is exciting to see them leveraging LinkedIn as a heavily used resource to chart and explore their career paths. How is that related to blogging? Well, in addition to learning how to create…

First Internship, First Day

I look around as I push through the revolving doors to WGBH’s main office. This day was the start of my internship and I was filled with excitement and nervousness. WGBH is a company that focuses on enhancing education, culture, citizenship and entertainment through public media. Even though I just finished junior year, this was…

Brooke

Great Expectations

Hello everyone, my name is Brooke Carrobis and I am a rising junior at Babson College. First off I will tell you a little about myself. I am a passionate and adventurous person who loves competitive swimming and traveling. At Babson I am involved in Model United Nations, the Honors Program, and this upcoming year…

Akeem Allen

How To Land An Internship In South Africa

After 18 hours of flight and an 11 hour layover in London, I have finally returned, for a third time, to South Africa. My name is Akeem Allen, and I am a rising Junior at Babson College, double-concentrating in Technology, Entrepreneurship & Design (TED), and Business Analytics. This summer, I landed an internship at the University of…

Brandon Schwartz

First-Week Takeaways from My Summer Experience at the United Nations

Working at the United Nations has truly been an amazing experience so far. At the United Nations, I am a Team Member for the Major Group for Children & Youth (MGCY), “the official civil society [and] young peoples’ constituency for Sustainable Development.” From just the atmosphere of working in such a highly-regarded place, to being around…

Anne Mccormack

From the Classroom to the Course

Hello, my name is Anne McCormack. I am a rising sophomore at Babson College and would like to share my summer internship experience in the hope that it may benefit others. To begin, I would tell incoming first years at Babson that throughout the school year, it is quite easy to become caught up in…

Leslie Moore

More Than An Internship: Shriners

My name is Leslie Moore and I am a rising junior at Babson College. Before I start my 10 week internship at Shriners Hospital for children I want to provide some background as to why I chose to work in healthcare this summer. Early in high school, I considered working in healthcare administration; I had…

J Obadia

Day: 1, The investment banking industry

The most anticipated moment of my summer has arrived. I will begin as an Investment Banking Analyst at ForeFront Capital in New York. For the next 50+ days 7 Time Square will be the field I will be competing on. Arriving at seat was a long journey. The journey began in February. After a round…