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Peer Career Ambassadors

Location, Location, Location

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador Michael Horbowy ’18. Location is an important factor in weighing what job offers recent college graduates choose. Location affects every aspect of our lives, and it will impact performance and overall enjoyment of this new phase of your life. While proximity to family is important to…

Jaime Doherty

Babson College Undergraduate Center for Career Development: 2017-2018 Corporate Sponsorship Program

BABSON COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATE CENTER FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT (CCD) 2017-2018 Corporate Sponsorship Program Employers are often interested in accessing undergraduate students to increase brand awareness and recruiting effectiveness in addition to the typical recruiting offerings. For current and past employer sponsors, this program has proven an increase in employer brand recognition, student applications, and hiring talent.  We welcome…

Peer Career Ambassadors

Summer Networking

This blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador Michael Horbowy ’18. With summer break practically here, everyone is looking forward to having fun and beginning their internships. However, if you’re not in the office all day and you get more of a tan than your doctor approves, you get tired of catching up with friends…

Peer Career Ambassadors

End of Semester Checklist

This blog was written by Peer Career Ambassadors Stela Maksutaj ‘17 and Michael Horbowy ’18.  Plan your Goals for the Summer The summer should be relaxing and fun, but also a time to excel yourself in ways you might not have time for during the academic year. What are your personal goals? Will you take…

Jaime Doherty

Calling all SENIORS….

We hope you had a fabulous spring break wherever you traveled (or stayed!) Now that break is over and the snow is melting, likely for some of you, the reality is hitting that your college career (like the snow!) is coming to a close… BUT, but have no fear, CCD is here to help you…

D Coley

Lessons from the subway

On my first day riding the subway, from Columbia University to the Evol8tion office in midtown Manhattan, I chose to pass the time by reading Richard Branson ‘s autobiography: Losing My Virginity (a must read.) Mid-ride I was abruptly interrupted by a loud confident voice. “Excuse me ladies and gentlemen,” A teen of thirteen or…

D Coley

Ask the Right Questions

Any intern would agree that asking questions comes with the territory. You’re new and there is a lot to learn. In theory asking questions seems pretty simple. What is this? How do you do that? And why? It is natural for people to ask questions, but that is not the end of it. The tricky…

D Coley

Say Yes and You’ll Figure It Out Afterward

  This summer working for Evol8tion gave me a lot of freedom that I reference in “Why Startups are Ideal Nurturing Young Minds.” In that freedom, I recognized a small, yet important, lesson that I think is important to mention. It’s a message made popular by Tina Fey a couple years ago.      …