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Student Showcase Recap

The following post is from Fifi Shi ’18, a Butler Venture Accelerator team member. “What should I do for the summer? Should I apply for a summer internship? Should I go for a big corporation?…” Many students try to get in big firms for their summer internship, either for the name or for the feeling…

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A Career in Sports: An Endeavor Worth Taking

Last week Dan Dropkin-Frank, Sales Manager at New England Revolution, visited the Sports Marketing class at Babson Collage.  As a guest blogger this week he shares his career journey to achieving his ultimate goal of breaking into the sports industry–a winding path, but as he states, “an endeavor worth taking”.     I quickly shut down GMail because I…

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September 29 Student Showcase!

The Blank Center, Undergraduate Center for Career Development (CCD), and the Weissman Scholarships Program will be hosting a student showcase to highlight the different experiences Babson students had during their summer 2016 break. This event will be held on Thursday, September 29, from noon to 2 p.m. in the Hollister Atrium. Here are the students…

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Importance of Brands in the Digital Age

The music industry is dynamic. It has evolved from an industry dependent on recorded music revenues to relying on artist brands. While there is still a market for physical distribution, streaming has changed the landscape of the industry. Anyone with a mobile phone or computer can access music for free through platforms like YouTube and…

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It’s not who you know, it’s who knows you

As I was sitting in on a college marketing internship event, a particular quote inspired me to reflect on my experience: It’s not about who you know anymore, it’s who knows you. It is not enough to simply show up. You have to make your mark in today’s world. Some of the best advice I have…

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Effective Communication in Global Organization

Sony Music’s presence in over 40 countries around the world makes effective communication vital to its success. One of my projects as part of the Global Finance internship program involves standardizing one of the company’s key business processes. In order to standardize, it is essential to outline specific details, make comparisons, and pull information together…

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Employer Sponsorship Program w/Babson’s Undergraduate Career Center and Beyond

We have updated our Sponsorship Program for the 2017-2018 Recruiting Season. Please click here to learn more! We know that you, our employers, are interested in getting in front of undergraduate students to increase brand and recruiting effectiveness in addition to the typical recruiting offerings. For current and past employer sponsors, these programs has proven an increase…

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Babson’s Fall 2016 Undergraduate Recruiting Season is now OPEN!

The Fall 2017 Recruiting Season is open for registration! Learn more and register today » The Babson Undergraduate Center for Career Development (CCD) is pleased to announce our 2016 Fall Recruiting Season programs and offerings are now available! We invite you to join us to build your brand on-campus and identify talent for your organization. The Undergraduate CCD Employer Sponsorship…

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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…

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99 Percent Of Babson 2015 Graduates Employed

Babson undergraduates continue to enjoy career success, with 99% of the Class of 2015 either employed or attending graduate school within six months of graduation. Among those graduates, 8% started their own business and 5% returned to a family business. Graduates saw an average starting salary of $54,914**. “Employers continue to value the entrepreneurial mindset…

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