Career Development

Peer Career Ambassadors

The Importance of Gratitude in the Workplace

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Davele Zephyr ’19.           Thanksgiving is just around the corner and usually around this time, we start to assess what we are grateful for—family, friends, health, but what about our workplace? We all know that the culture in the workplace matters! In fact,…

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Donna Sosnowski

Learnings from 2017 HubSpot Sales Competition

This post was written by Alex Jong Kyu Lim, ’18. www.alexjongkyulim.com Hubspot, a global inbound marketing and sales platform company (proudly made in Boston), hosted its 1st Annual Inbound Sales Bootcamp. I decided to participate since I wanted to learn not only more about IT sales, but also how this event would be run from an education…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

No Shows are a No Go

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Ji Hwan Kim ’18.   Let’s start out with a hypothetical situation: Your grandmother’s birthday is fast approaching and this year, you’ve volunteered to organize and plan a big party for her. You’ve taken care of every aspect of the party and you’ve worked diligently enough…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

Ready? Set? Go! (To Fall CCD Events)

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Calvin Wang ’19. Hello everyone and welcome back on campus. Hopefully by now, you have settled into your new classes, dorms, and organizations and are ready to start the year off strong. This post will focus on being prepared and ready to jump into recruiting season,…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

First Years at the Career Expo- What to Expect

This post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Shreya Shah ’20   As an enthusiastic first year student, I was ready to take advantage of all Babson had to offer. I decided to join many clubs and organizations and I attended as many leadership workshops, guest speaker events, and retreats as I could. When I…

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Graduate Center for Career Development

Innovating to Save Lives

By Burcu Aydin, MBA 2018 If you are planning to intern at a biotechnology company, I hope you consider Vertex Pharmaceuticals. Vertex is one of the most respected, innovative and patient-centric biotechnology company’s. Vertex creates new possibilities in medicine to cure diseases such as cystic fibrosis and improve people’s lives. They work with leading researchers,…

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Multiple Interns, Same Department: Good or Bad Idea?

As summer wraps up and Babson classes resume, I think about how happy students are to reunite with friends and our excitement when these friends are also our classmates. How different our college experience would be if each class was a private lesson between just the student and professor? Perhaps more engaging and in-depth, but…

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Priscilla Joy Ning

Three Simple Ways to Stand Out In Your Internship

There is a multitude of long articles out there about how to stand out in an internship. While useful, these articles tend to overlook the small tips that go a long way. 1. Notetaking Take notes for every meeting and task. Writing notes out has been proven to be more effective for retention. During meetings,…

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Priscilla Joy Ning

How to Maximize Your Internship

Now that my internship at NatureBox is coming to an end, I have been able to reflect on the many lessons I had the opportunity to learn over the Summer. Three lessons, in particular, stood out to me immediately. With these three, I was able to create immense value, maximize my time at my internship,…

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