Career Development RESOURCES
Conducting a job search can be stressful. This information is designed to provide guidance on a variety of career development topics for both the mid-career and seasoned professional.
Through the combined efforts of the Alumni & Friends Network, Babson Alumni Association, and Centers for Career Development, Babson offers several Alumni Career Development Resources. Please note that in some instances you will be directed to external Web sites.
Individual appointments with a career counselor (either in-person or virtual) are available and can be arranged by contacting the Undergraduate or Graduate Centers for Career Development. Discussions may focus on such topics as identification of appropriate resources, the development of job search strategies, resume and cover letter critiques, and interview preparation. To make an appointment, undergraduate alumni should call 781-239-4215 and graduate alumni should call 781-239-4210.
The Undergraduate and Graduate Centers for Career Development have compiled a list of career coaches for alumni who seek one-on-one career guidance.
Babson Career Connections
Alumni who are searching for employment opportunities may access job postings and post positions through Career Connections, our online recruiting system supported by both the Undergraduate and Graduate Centers for Career Development. To gain access, alumni new to Career Connections should email either undergradCCD@babson.edu (undergraduate alumni) or firstname.lastname@example.org (graduate alumni) with their graduation date, program type, preferred email and phone number. Returning users who need help reestablishing their accounts should send an email to the appropriate CCD email listed above with the information noted above as well as their Babson email address.
Alumni wishing to post positions for fellow alumni or students may register on www.babson.edu/careerconnections as an employer. The CCD staff will follow up with approval and other information. Please be sure that your registration shows you as an alumnus.
Babson Alumni Supporting Entrepreneurs (BASE)
Alumni volunteer counselors provide practical advice to assist fellow alumni with business endeavors. Email Anne Heller to learn more about becoming a client or volunteer counselor.
Career Affinity Networks (CANs)
CANs bring together alumni who have a common professional interest for networking and speaker events.
Babson Executive Education
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For additional information or if you have questions, contact:
Alumni & Friends Network
Babson Alumni Association Career Development Committee
Graduate Center for Career Development
Undergraduate Center for Career Development