Undergraduate Blog / Tag: Accounting

Peer Career Ambassadors

Diversity Opportunities

This Blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador Alex Rabell ‘21 Are you a diverse student looking to break into the corporate world? It can be challenging and daunting to enter the workforce, which is why I have written this blog with some of the resources and opportunities at your disposal. Many companies are currently…

Annie Bergeron

Fall 2018 Undergraduate Recruiting is OPEN at Babson

RECRUIT BABSON UNDERGRADUATE TALENT IN FALL 2018 Babson College Hoffman Family Undergraduate Center for Career Development (CCD) invites you to join us to build your brand on-campus and identify talent for your organization! If you don’t see something that fits your needs or industry, contact us, and we can set up a call to discuss…

Career Wisdom from Tim Ryan ’88

On April 6, Tim Ryan ’88, PwC US Chairman and Senior Partner, returned to Babson to have a discussion with Professor Jay Rao on how disruption, innovation, and diversity are affecting companies all over the world. Tim opened with a statement that took most of the audience by surprise: he was jealous of us, for our…

One Step Closer

When I started my summer at the SEC, I had heard from previous Babson interns, but I wasn’t sure exactly what to expect. Now that my time here is coming to an end, I thought I’d look back at what I’ve been able to experience during my internship here. I’ve been put on multiple cases…

Donna Sosnowski

Summer in the City…or Wherever Your Summer Experience Leads You

Another rigorous semester comes to an end and our students are off and running for the summer.  Many have secured internships, are continuing their classes, studying in the US or abroad, traveling the globe, working in the neighborhood, or pursuing their passions.  These diverse opportunities provide skills/competencies and character building for our students as they…

Account Intrusion

Over the past few weeks, I had the opportunity to work on an account intrusion scheme with the Enforcement Division at the SEC. The confidential nature of the Securities and Exchange Commission usually limits the information that I can disclose, however because the case was published in a press release following a court order last…

White Collar: Securities and Exchange Commission Internship

My name is Emily, and this summer I have the opportunity to work at the Boston office of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in the Enforcement Accounting Division. The SEC is an agency of the federal government that is charged with protecting investors by maintaining fair and efficient markets. Many of the cases that…

Kristen Sweeney

Overall Internship Experience

Overall, I had a very positive internship experience at the SEC and would recommend the Summer Honors Program to any sophomore or junior at Babson College. At the SEC I learned what it is like to work in the public industry as well as the perks of working at the SEC. The other interns I…

Kristen Sweeney

Athletes in the Workforce

I have been on a sports team my whole life, and I did not realize until this summer that athletics are what have made me successful in the workforce. As a student athlete in college you are forced to work with other people to accomplish the same task, whether it be winning a game, scoring…

Kristen Sweeney

Working at the SEC

Recently, a case I have been working on all summer at the SEC went public. The case was a Pozi Scheme called DFRF Enterprises. Daniel Filho was the CEO of the Ponzi scheme and the FBI arrested him last week in Boca Raton, FL after ignoring is arrest warrant for several weeks. DFRF Enterprises was…