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Jaime Doherty

Babson continues its WayUp!

2/1/16 UPDATE: UG CCD will officially begin sharing opportunities from WayUp in Career Connections! Starting this week, Career Connections will show even more internships and full time opportunities via our partner, WayUp! Postings will include job title and company via WayUp. If you aren’t registered with them already, learn more about our partnership here. Happy Searching! ### Undergraduates that…

Jaime Doherty

My Summer Vacation 2015 = Beach, Family Time, and Networking?

I am recently back from a relaxing and sunny vacation on Cape Cod. Our vacation to the Cape for my family consists mostly of hitting the beaches with my husband and our two boys, ages seven and eight. Yes, my #happyplace is working at Babson, but my personal #happyplace is located along the Cape Cod…

D Coley

Dear Brands: What Millennials Really Want From You

Brands are searching for ways to connect with millennial consumers. The days of free social media leading the way are over and millennials are more demanding than ever. If brands want to keep, or gain, market share of millennial consumers, there are a few things they should know. Below I have listed what I believe…

Jenn Tenczar

What do you want to “major in” in Life?

Some tips for all students As another Senior class prepares to graduate from Babson, they will embark on a new journey.   You will no longer have course requirements for fulfilling a major or concentration to graduate, but you will be on a new path to define what you want to major in in Life. What…

Jaime Doherty

Off to Boston – The Marketing Agency Trek!

CCD Guest Blog by Christianne Kinder ‘15 Last Friday, April 10th, I attended the Babson Marketing & Advertising Trek in downtown Boston coordinated by CCD. I, along with CCD members and three other Babson ugrads, Juliana Galofre ‘15, Samantha Becorest ‘16 and Rachel Secrist ’15 took off into the city and met up with current…

Peer Career Ambassadors

Emailing 102

This post was written by Shun Ping Huang’ 17, CCD Peer Career Ambassador In today’s world, the most prominent form of professional communication is through email. Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google, and Jonathan Rosenberg, former SVP of Products, share some useful emailing tips in their new book, How Google Works. Using some of their…

Jaime Doherty

The 2014 Best Places to Work in Boston – company culture wins!

This past week, the Boston Business Journal announced the 2014 Best Places to Work. The list spans companies from many industries – some more well-known than others. The survey was completed by the employees of these companies, which speaks volumes. Chris McIntosh, publisher of the Boston Business Journal said “Companies on our list can be…

Jamie Rappoport

Real World Road Rules

Although my internship ended about seven months ago, I still vividly remember how prepared I felt throughout the eight weeks. I often found myself working on teams with interns from schools other than Babson. They were students from top business schools. A common trend I found was that I was always the leader, the go-getter,…

Peer Career Ambassadors

Marketing Your International Experience

This blog post was written by Victoria Bills, a Peer Career Ambassador for the Undergraduate Center for Career Development Whether you went abroad last semester, or you’ve spent your past four years here at Babson after leaving your homeland, companies are now working to achieve a more global mindset, and are becoming interested in study…