Undergraduate Blog / Tag: Support

YWCA Supports My Goals

Going into this internship with YWCA Hartford Region I established some goals for myself personally, for during my internship, and for my professional development. For myself personally I wanted to be sure I worked on trying to understand other members of the team of employees I’m working with and how they work. I have always…

Sophia Zhu

Passion+Support=Success

There are so many corny life quotes I swear by. Careerwise, it would be: choose a job you love and you’ll never have to work a day in your life. Thank you Confucius. It sounds so simple. Just follow your dreams and everything will work out in the end. I’ve been thinking about how the…

Meghan Rowledge

Crutches at College

Everyone that has ever been hurt knows that being on crutches is not fun. I have been on them once before, and I can honestly say nothing is worse than being on crutches at college. Babson is a small campus, so all the students walk to get from point A to point B. This was…

Meghan Rowledge

Support Systems at School

Being away from home for the first time can be very rough at times. One of the hardest things for me has been being away from my family. Leaving a home where there was always support to being on your own is tough. There is almost a sense of loneliness to it. However I have…

The Crazy8 Chronicles — The Intangibles of Corporate Culture

In my job-search I viewed a lot of websites. I mean a lot–easily 150+. On a lot of these agency websites, you get their “Why you should work for us” spiel. You hear some cool stuff. Agencies really are a fun atmosphere, particularly for young professionals. But today, I’m not here to talk about the…

Two Awesome Tuesday Events

While on my way to work in the Admissions Department, Tuesday morning, a couple of students from the Class of 2013 Steering Committee, driving a Babson van, offered me a ride. I was happy they were so persuasive, because when the door opened, I saw blinking lights on the seats.Then they shouted “Welcome to the…