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Peer Career Ambassadors

2020 Career Fair Tips and Tricks

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Alex Martiros ’21. Have you started thinking about what you will be doing this coming summer? Have you considered gaining experience in a career that interests you? Or, do you have no idea how to start job searching but want to? If you relate to any…

Peer Career Ambassadors

Top 8 Interview Questions

This blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Rumeer Keshwani. Do not get caught in an interview without knowing the answers to these Top 8 interview questions! TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF A classic question that should not be surprising. Interviewers ask this question because they are looking to see that your attitude is consistent with…

Peer Career Ambassadors

Optimizing Your Winter Break

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Alex Rabell ’21. While finals and final presentations may be our main focus right now, winter break is quickly approaching. Here at Babson, we get a long winter break of about 5 weeks off. I am sure most of you have already made plans for the…

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Making the Most of Your Thanksgiving Break: Networking!

This blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Catherine Ferri ’21 While Thanksgiving break is a great time to travel, relax, and take a much-needed break from academics, it is also a great time to plan for your career success. Luckily, here at Babson, we have a whole week off for Thanksgiving, so you will…

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Vmock Resume Review Tips

This blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Yuwei Zheng ’22. Did you know that Babson has partnered with VMock, an AI tool that gives you instant feedback on your resume’s content and formation? VMock is a resume platform that annotates your resume with personalized feedback on all aspects of your resume, and the benchmarks…

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Lessons from the Startup World

This blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Natalia Castellanos ’21. After immersing myself in the startup world during this past summer, I realized that I gained lots of knowledge and skills through experiential learning. The startup world is challenging and invigorating because it requires constant problem-solving. What makes it so is the fact that…

Donna Sosnowski

How to Work Career EXPO

Change is in the air and on the trees as the leaves turn color and apples abound.  The career search process is also changing (particularly for Finance, Consulting and Accounting), as companies move their application deadlines earlier and earlier for both full time and internship opportunities.  For students seeking full time and/or internships and organizations…

Managing a Group of High School Athletes

As a young intern, I wanted to make a good impression on my group of high school athletes not only by being a good coach but also by being very friendly. Everything I read about how to be a good intern suggested always having an upbeat attitude with a smile on your face, I think…

Maturing

As a kid in school growing up you think that summer is the greatest time because you do not have to go to school, you do not have to wake up early, and you do not have to do any work. Every kid loved to relax in the summer sun. However, when transitioning into college,…

Startup in the Entertainment Industry

Startups are never easy; each one has their own struggle it goes through. The company I interned for just finished its second year in the Entertainment industry, as a TV show. Even though the company is a TV show that is based off a renowned newspaper that does not mean they will get special treatment.…