Undergraduate Blog / Tag: Resume Building

Transitioning from the Workplace Back to the Classroom

With August right around the corner, many of us are wrapping up our summer internship experiences and reflecting on the skills and knowledge we have gained. Since it is not yet our time to enter the professional working world, you may be thinking: now what? It is vital that interns use this transition time to…

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…

Natalie Cullings

What I Learned at the LGBTQ Out for Work Networking Conference!

I was fortunate enough to attend the Out for Work LGBTQ Networking Conference in Chicago, IL at the end of September. Not only did I LOVE Chicago as a whole (think best of NYC and Boston together), but I made amazing networking connections with some truly progressive corporate companies. The most beneficial component of the…

Natalie Cullings

Externships: Invaluable Experience and Networking

It’s starting to feel like winter once again here at Babson College; this also means that it’s time to start thinking about how to make the most of your winter break. Of course, sleeping in and eating lots of delicious food should always be included in your plans, but the lack of homework and exams…