Update – Spring 2022 Undergraduate Recruiting

Greetings! What a fall it has been…! As we wrap up the last days of the semester and closeout 2021, we hope that you are able to take time to rest, connect with family and friends, and reset. We have all learned a lot together as we’ve pivoted our industry and ways of engagement over…

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Interview With Alumni: Yanchuan Cai’18, CFA shares his experience in Bridgewater as a Trading Associate

Yanchuan Cai Graduating year: 2018 Concentration: Business Administration and Management Experience: Wishland Capital | Investment Manager (2021-present) Bridgewater Associate | Trading Associate (2018-2021) Q: So you’ve been in the US for 7 years, what makes you make the decision of going back to China giving up so many opportunities in the US? A: I always…

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Optimize Your Winter Break

This blog post was updated by Aditya Agarwal ’22 on 12/3/21, originally written by Peer Career Ambassador, Alex Rabell ’21. While finals and final presentations may be our main focus right now, winter break is quickly approaching. Here at Babson, we get a long winter break of about 5 weeks off. I am sure most…

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Interview With Alumni: Paul Gao’18 shares his experience in Guidehouse as Financial Services Consultant

Paul Gao LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zhaoyi-gao/ Education Babson College| 2014-2018 Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance, General NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service| 2018-2020 Master of Public Administration Finance, Public Administration, General Skills & Certifications Bloomberg Market Concepts CFA Level III Candidate Financial Modelling Experience Guidehouse| Full time Financial Services Consultant, Aug2020-prsent Build America…

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Why is “story-telling” so important after all?

“Tell me a story”, my now 19-yr old would ask when I put him to bed as a young child. Oftentimes, it was late in the day and so my “imagination” reservoir was pretty dried up but I did my best to think of something fun and creative to capture his attention. Good Story-telling (&…

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What’s YOUR career story?

Throughout the years, I have been listening to a lot of stories or pitches. I still remember the following ones: Carlos from Venezuela, who learned from his grandfather, an investment banker, how to beat the hyperinflation economy with sophisticated financial products, and wanted to bring this to other people. Or Sid, an engineer from India,…

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What’s in an Interview? Advice on Nailing it from Babson’s Experts

Among Babson’s chest of treasures are five gems: the Interview Coaches at Grad CCD. These interview coaches are seasoned executives with, collectively, hundreds of years of experience in the health care, chemicals, electrical, supply chain, and financial services industries, to name a few. They are also available to meet with graduate students to help fine…

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Interview With Alumni: Wenfei Shi’18 shares her experience in PwC as senior associate

Wenfei (FIFI) Shi Graduation year:2018 Concentration: Business Administration and Management PWC| Assurance Senior Associate, Jul 2021-present Experienced Associate, Oct2018-Jul2021   Q: The first question is how did you fit in? Many international students have encountered cultural differences. How did you melt in and find your ways in the four years? A: That’s an interesting question. I…

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Interview With Alumni: Ruiqi(Rae) Zhang’21 shares her experience in Blackstone as Financial Analyst

“Interview with International Alumni” is a program consisting of a series of interviews conducted by the Babson Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) and members of the Undergraduate Center for Career Development. This program will invite several international alumni to share their work experiences and career paths. Ruiqi(Rae) Zhang Graduation Year: 2021 Concentration: Finance LinkedIn…

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