Undergraduate Blog / Tag: Excel

Peer Career Ambassadors

IBM Summer Experience

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Julian Parra ’20. Hi! For those who may not know me, my name is Julian Parra and I am currently a senior here at Babson concentrating in Finance. On campus, besides being a Peer Career Ambassador at the Center for Career Development, I have been a…

Galip Sina Berik

Excel: The Program I Realized I Know Nothing About

I benefited from Excel for many years throughout my life in many areas. I used it in lab reports, statistics classes, market research for personal business, and the famed QTM 2 class. I thought I was experienced with Excell until I started my management consulting internship at Mazars. My first 2 days were very Excell…

James Lee

What does it mean to be proficient?

Many resumes have a section titled “skills.” Being a first-year undergraduate student, this section is often hard to fill. Many individuals like me, turn towards the “basics” that they believe that they are proficient in. The “skills” section is filled with the Microsoft Suite — a.k.a. Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. However, I’ve learned that these…

Bessie Shiroki

Excel in Fashion? Never Heard of Her

This past semester, I took Modeling with Excel to improve my Excel skills for my future in the business world and as a resume booster. Little did I know that some of the tools I learned in this course would come in handy pretty quickly when I least expected it. Excel isn’t often thought associated…

Peer Career Ambassadors

Managing Your Applications

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Shun Ping Huang ’17. As Babson students, applying to one internship or job application is never enough; we like to apply to multiple opportunities. How do you keep track of all the opportunities you apply to? Most job boards, like Career Connections, keep a record of…

Thank You Excel

I was focusing mainly on improving our brand image for this portion of my internship.  We knew people were buying the clothes (Saks Fifth Avenue had tripled their purchase order this time around), so obviously the customers loved our stuff, but they weren’t contributing to our good press as much as we wanted them to be. …