Undergraduate Blog / Tag: international student

Peer Career Ambassadors

Fresh Off the Boat

This post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Swapnika Yarlagadda ’19.  I came into Babson with a full-fledged 8 year plan. If you can’t tell by now, I really like to plan everything in my life ahead of time. A year ago, I thought my 8 year plan was solid and unbeatable. All I had…

Emily Besen

What’s new for International Students in CCD?

Welcome back! This summer, CCD has been hard at work planning robust services, programs, and events for all students. We’re especially proud of the added resources that support the unique career development process of international students. Check out our “roadmap” below to see highlights for the fall including: Career Conditioning for International Students (before Career Bootcamp) U.S. Job Search Strategy…

Emily Besen

Aaditya’s Advice: Networking and the 10 before 10

This is part 1 in a series of job search strategies contributed by recent alum Aaditya Chowdhry ’16. Aaditya was a Finance and Economics concentrator and now works at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York.  Stay tuned for more tips! One of the most important (and time consuming) parts of my entire process was…

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Working for the Canadian Government

  Hi, my name is Jess Thevenoz and I am a rising senior at Babson. I am from Montreal, Canada and only moved to the USA for college, but have always kept my Canadian Pride in any way I can. After three years in the US, I wanted to be able to have the chance…

Emily Besen

Why Hire International Student Talent?

Spend any amount of time at Babson College’s campus and you will notice that it is unlike most other small suburban institutions. International flags from the 80+ countries represented by students adorn the exterior of Horn library and the mix of languages (count 62!!) spoken can have a dizzying effect as you walk through Reynolds…

Emily Besen

5 Strategies for the International Student U.S. Job Search

If you’re an international student in the midst of the U.S. internship or job search, I don’t have to tell you that the process is hard. Perhaps you came to Babson thinking that simply attending University in the U.S. would open doors to your dream career; or your parents can’t understand why you’re having so…