Undergraduate Blog / Tag: Resume

Rishi Mehta

What Next?

Having completed my internship, and achieving the goals that I set at the beginning of my internship, I was wondering how I should utilize this experience in my personal and professional growth. There are a few things I believe that can help me with this growth. I connected with my supervisors and other company employees…

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…

Annie Bergeron

Fall 2019 Undergraduate Recruiting is OPEN at Babson

RECRUIT BABSON UNDERGRADUATE TALENT IN FALL 2019 Babson College Hoffman Family Undergraduate Center for Career Development (CCD) invites you to join us to build your brand on-campus and identify talent for your organization! If you don’t see something that fits your needs or industry, contact us, and we can set up a call to discuss your…

Kaina Lisibach

Was Babson The Right Choice? Five Things I’ve Learned While Interning This Summer

Before being lured in by business and deciding to attend Babson College, I had once aspired to follow the very untraditional  (sarcasm) route of majoring in political science/international relations, taking out a couple of hundred thousand dollar loans in order to attend law school, and ultimately “changing the world.” However, the summer before my senior year…

Peer Career Ambassadors

Ready? Set? Go! (To Fall CCD Events)

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Calvin Wang ’19. Hello everyone and welcome back on campus. Hopefully by now, you have settled into your new classes, dorms, and organizations and are ready to start the year off strong. This post will focus on being prepared and ready to jump into recruiting season,…

Peer Career Ambassadors

Exit Resume Black Holes

This blog post is written by PCA Shun Ping Huang ’17. Resume black holes are real. We’ve all experienced it when we apply to a job on a company website and never ever hear back. As the recruiting process becomes more competitive and electronic based, resume black holes become bigger and more relevant. But did you…

Rosita Brailovsky-Fine

Dating Apps and Resumes

  What does a dating app and your resume have in common? You might answer absolutely nothing! Well, countless studies have shown that both rarely spend more than ten seconds to make an informed decision on whether to continue the conversation. I am sure you have been told over and over “you only get one…

Michelle Lederhos

Babson Career Boot Camp- Hello, Real World! – Anna Ivashko, Clarkston Consulting

Alumni Guest Blog post from Anna Ivashko, Consultant, Clarkston Consulting. Her educational background includes extensive coursework in management, strategic analysis, applied mathematics, and economics at Babson College. Anna’s professional experience includes business process analysis, training, and validation roles in the life sciences industry. She is dedicated to understanding her clients’ business needs, translating business process…

Peer Career Ambassadors

Snowy Day Thoughts… Summer Internship Search!

This post was written by Jaclyn Gaines ’16, CCD Peer Career Ambassador. With all the snowy weather we have been having lately, it is hard to believe that the summer internship season is approaching faster than we know it. I know, personally, a lot of my friends have been stressing out about not having their summer…