Undergraduate Blog / Tag: Banking

Julian Brandmaier

From Bank to Startup

I am really excited this break to be working as a Summer Startup Intern. It is at a business called Forager, based in my hometown of Portland, Maine. Forager is a mission-based tech company making local food more accessible by streamlining the procurement process from farms to grocers. Not only is Forager a business holding…

Banks are focusing on digital banking services

Among 500 global companies that US’s economy magazine ‘Fortune’ picked, there are only one forth of companies still in the industry now. However, company such as GE did not remained as a chimney company but kept changed themselves to a digital company, which made them to become a market leader. Same thing is happening to…

Jose Damasceno

Shut up and learn, intern

You can learn a lot in an internship. Among reports, data analysis, presentations and discussions, you can absorb a lot of knowledge. However, from my experience, the best learning opportunities are during coffee time. My department on the Bank has a lot of very experienced people. Professionals from several sectors and different backgrounds. Working with…

Intern position can participate more than you think

When I was first hired as an intern, I limited myself to participate less than the other team members in my department. It was because I thought that intern is learning position so that I must not try to stand out in a team. I also thought that I must not speak out my opinion…

H Kim

An Inside Look at Investment Banking

My name is Hannah Kim, a rising junior at Babson College. To start off my blog, I will start by talking about how I got my summer internship.  My internship search was long, stressful and it was one that required much persistence. I applied to countless internships through the Babson Portal, internships.com and even cold…

Memo Quality: You never know where it will end up.

Now… I expect you were hoping that this story would be something along the lines of, I wrote a ridiculously inappropriate email/memo to a colleague (all be it hysterically funny) that ended up getting forwarded to my boss and was highly embarrassing. Well I did… Kidding not really… but there is a lesson none the…