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Emily Besen

Eshika’s Return to India

I caught up with rising sophomore Eshika Agarwal from Hyderabad, India for her thoughts on what it’s like returning to India after a year of studies in the U.S. Here, she reflects on differences in the workplace, educational systems, and societal expectations.  Eshika writes: “I don’t really know if home has gotten any different, but I…

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Internship in Rwanda… Why NOT?

For every person I have casually informed that I will be interning in Rwanda this summer, the automatic reply has consistently been, “Why Rwanda?” This instinctive inquiry, often given with a wide-eyed questioning look has eventually become bemusing. Given that I spent six weeks during this summer interning at Ernst & Young’s Boston office, it…

Jacob Spitz

Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitions

This summer, I have been working in the Mergers & Acquisitions department at Deloitte Israel. Mostly, I have been working with Israeli companies looking to grow their business inorganically by acquiring another company outside of Israel. In my opinion, this differs a lot from M&A in the US as a lot of companies are acquiring…

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…

Giovanna Pickering

Effective Communication in Global Organization

Sony Music’s presence in over 40 countries around the world makes effective communication vital to its success. One of my projects as part of the Global Finance internship program involves standardizing one of the company’s key business processes. In order to standardize, it is essential to outline specific details, make comparisons, and pull information together…

Emily Besen

Kari Chan ’17 in Milan: The 10 item intern

Kari Chan, rising Senior, is concentrating in Marketing and is interning in Milan, Italy this summer through the Glavin Office’s Intern Abroad program. Her first challenge: the 10 item suitcase! Despite all of the anxiety and fear of flying on an airplane alone and being in a completely foreign country both for the very first…

4th week at Kunjip

One of the greatest things about working at a startup is that you get to be involved in different kinds of tasks. I’ve been hired as an marketing intern at Kunjip, but recently, I’ve been heavily involved in operations and sales. Since Kunjip is a startup that provides on-demand storage service in Seoul, well defined service…

Jacob Spitz

First Weeks Working in Israel

My name is Jacob Spitz, and I am a rising junior undergraduate student at Babson College, concentrating in Finance. I am spending this summer in Tel Aviv, Israel, interning for Deloitte in the M&A and Business Development division. This is my first time in Israel, and I am greatly enjoying it so far. I arrived…

About on demand storage service in Korea

I am currently working at a company called Kunjip in South Korea. It is a company found by Babson alumni, Jongho Yi. Kunjip is a company that provides on-demand storage service in Seoul. On-demand storage service is a cloud storage service for physical goods. Customers can simply request to store their items through the company’s…

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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…