Networking vs. Connecting

Networking is a necessity for business-students, and it is also part of the equation for success. But networking is not easy for everyone, and it can be pretty challenging for introverted individuals. My first year in college I would get so uncomfortable in networking events that I would always sneak out quietly 15 minutes after…

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Maddie Sheng

What Happens After 5PM

So your workday is finished. You’ve completed all your assigned tasks, sat in on all your meetings, and actively contributed to your team. Now what? After working a full 8 hours each day, it may be tempting to crawl into bed and chill for the night. However, there are many other activities you can resort…

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Ashley Lucas

Diana Impact Day Changemaker Awardees

In 2019, The Diana International Research Institute established the Diana Changemaker Awards to recognize individuals of the global entrepreneurial ecosystem who have made significant contributions to the advancement of women’s entrepreneurship in the United States and around the world. There are six award categories: Investor, Researcher, Entrepreneur, Educator, Policymaker and Ally. Recipients are selected annually…

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Babson Hatchery

Get off the Ground: Updates from the Hatcheries

Through the Butler Launch Pad, the Blank Center awards graduate and undergraduate student entrepreneurs access to professional and semiprivate workspace to grow their businesses. Known as the hatcheries, these spaces encourage ideation and collaboration. In a series of blog posts, this semester’s hatchery teams will go beyond the four walls of their offices and share their…

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Maddie Sheng

Welcome To New York: 3 Takeaways from Week 1

Until last week, New York City has always been a tourist destination for me. Now, I’m shifting the lens and viewing the city as a catapult for my future career, starting with my summer internship. From moving-in, participating in company orientation, and meeting plenty of new people, it goes without saying that my first week…

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Logan Hitchcock

Attacking Your Internship

You apply online, go through the interview process, receive your acceptance letter, and feel on top of the world. You book your housing, find a roommate, and are ecstatic to begin your internship. Only you are not alone. The other interns in your class from Wharton, Cornell, and Michigan are all gearing up for the…

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Samantha Azu

You know your goals? Now share them

Often times, I have heard people say “move in silence” or “do not share your goals” for various reasons such as so no one will know if they are not able to achieve their goals. However, I think sharing our goals may create a link between us and someone who can help us achieve your…

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