Career Development

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Diversity Opportunities

This Blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador Alex Rabell ‘21 Are you a diverse student looking to break into the corporate world? It can be challenging and daunting to enter the workforce, which is why I have written this blog with some of the resources and opportunities at your disposal. Many companies are currently…

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Internships & International Students

This blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Natalia Castellanos ‘21 Exploring the world of internship opportunities as an international student is an exciting and challenging feat. Although competition for internship opportunities is high,  There are many valuable skills that you, as an international student, bring to employers. Here are some things to keep in…

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ALPFA National Convention 2019

This blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Julian Parra ’20. From August 3rd to August 6th, I had the opportunity to participate in the 2019 ALPFA Convention in Nashville, Tennessee. At a high level, this weekend was filled with workshops about topics like wealth creation, professional development, and Latino representation in the workforce. Over…

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Annie Bergeron

Employers on Handshake: Important Information and Best Practices for Recruiting Babson Talent

GETTING STARTED WITH HANDSHAKE By creating an account in Handshake, and connecting with Babson College, you can post internship and job opportunities to our students and alumni; post and market your events directly to students; request on-campus interviews; and of course, register for our career fairs and recruiting programs.                  APPROVAL PROCESS All employer requests…

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IBM Summer Experience

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Julian Parra ’20. Hi! For those who may not know me, my name is Julian Parra and I am currently a senior here at Babson concentrating in Finance. On campus, besides being a Peer Career Ambassador at the Center for Career Development, I have been a…

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First Year Fridays !

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Catherine Ferri ’21. One of the most essential skills students must develop in their early college years is professionalism. Suddenly, in the quick transition from high school to college, students begin applying for career-focused positions, like internships — and eventually jobs. Having experienced this seemingly overwhelming…

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Career Expo as Underclassmen

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Aditya Agarwal ‘22 College is an exciting, yet anxious time for many first-year students. It is many students’ first time away from home, and while this may be a fun time, it is also the time to start developing a professional career. The largest professional event…

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Donna Sosnowski

How to Work Career EXPO

Change is in the air and on the trees as the leaves turn color and apples abound.  The career search process is also changing (particularly for Finance, Consulting and Accounting), as companies move their application deadlines earlier and earlier for both full time and internship opportunities.  For students seeking full time and/or internships and organizations…

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Career Expo

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Alex Rabell ‘21 Have you started thinking about what you will be doing next summer? Have you considered gaining experience in a career that interests you? It is a great idea, but how can you make it happen? The Career Expo! On Thursday, September 26th, 2019…

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How to talk like a skillful sales

In the process of dealing with customers, the main thing is to gain the trust of customers. Buyers can be described as diverse, with identity-oriented, worried about traffic, and afraid of failing to pay for property management fees. For example, if you want to believe in you, you must first relieve their psychological burden. Therefore,…

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