Undergraduate Blog / Tag: Summer Internship

Xueer Ning

Wall Street’s Timeless Appeal

When I first moved to Manhattan for my internship, one of the things that struck me was the number of tourists that were visiting Wall Street. I had not expected that Wall Street would be a tourist attraction. After all, it is a financial center – not a shopping center. But after a few weeks,…

How I found an internship in Babson Connect Madrid?

In Babson, we always hear about the importance of networking and how it is so essential during job or internship search. I realized that I haven’t understood the actual importance until I actually found my summer internship in Babson Connect Madrid. Every year in Turkey, Babson’s Turkish alumni, including the ones who graduated in 1998,…

Jose Damasceno

World Cup and work

Most countries have common symbols of nationalism: a flag, a national anthem or even the victory in a war. In Brazil, several of the symbols we were established after the proclamation of the republic in 1889. In the 50s, Brazil’s president at the time, Juscelino Kubitschek (also called JK, as a reference to John F.…

Jacob Heller

Getting the Most From Your Internship

Since my Sophomore year of high school, I have always had at least one internship. From all of these experiences, I have gotten my share of coffees in addition to getting my share of feedback from managers. From those experiences and feedback, I have come up with a few things that can set you apart…

Benjamin Norris

Team Bonding at Work

Another day at work? There is no such thing in the world of startups, especially at MassChallenge, where I work as a startup services intern. This Friday, June 13th, the startup services team decided to get out of the MassChallenge HQ and go out for some team bonding. We loaded up into several cars and…

Alexandra Guillot

A Glimpse into my Workday

Whenever I discuss my internship at MainStreet Hammonton with others, they often ask what I do there. My response always contains a myriad of answers, as I have a wide variety of responsibilities at my job. Before beginning back in May, I had some sort of idea of what I’d be doing each day, but…

Viola Du

The Process of Filing a Complaint under Employment Law

Hello everyone, I am back! Last time, we left of with explaining the legal process of filing a complaint at Mass Commission Against Discrimination. Today, I am going to pick it up with several legal terms. Many of you may recall the three main methods of using law to protect your rights: litigation, arbitration, and…

Opportunity Everywhere

New York or ‘The City that Never Seeps’ is a great place for opportunity and young professionals looking to enter the business realms and grow. I had a chance to make friends with a WG corporate intern and learn how opportunity was accepted and made into a million dollar company. WG, like GHG, is a…

How to Succeed in an Anti-Sex Trafficking Nonprofit Organization

Modern slavery still exists. $99 billion is made per year from trafficking; 20% are from children. This is a dark, unfortunate worldwide epidemic. For this reason, you may have decided to join a nonprofit organization or company that combats human or sex trafficking. Here are some tips to help you succeed. Be patient. It may…

Jose Damasceno

Read, read and read!

I started working on a FinTech a few weeks ago. My work is here is focused on the development of a micro credit program for the company. Throughout my time here, I already visited in loco several cities and different places in the country. Yes, hours and hours travelling. Yes, I am usually bored on…