Online Resources

Whether its online learning, a new book, DIY activities, or an Instagram workout, we have resources to keep you and your kids healthy and engaged!

From Alumni to Alumni

Unruly Studios
Bryanne Leeming MBA'16
STEM learning in active recess play format

Tinkergarten
Brian Fitzgerald '95
Classes and DIY activities for children between 6 months and 8 years old

ClassHook
Alexander Deeb '14
Helps engage students through popular television shows and movies.

Caribu
Max Thuchman, WIN Lab Alum
Video-calling app integrating children's books and activities for a "virtual playdate."

Chop Chop Family
Connie Askin MBA'99
Simple, learn-to-cook recipes with items from your pantry for children 2 - 12 years old.

StudyPoint
Rich Enos MBA'07
Small group, online tutoring progam to help families with kids in 2nd through 6th grades adjust to the new normal.

DownMiami
Joshua Neman '08, MBA'20
Instagam account to help people cope being at home during this crisis by elevating the arts. Family friendly content will be featured!

Other Resources

From Alumni to Alumni

Babson Alumni Supporting Entrepreneurs (BASE)
Complimentary virtual consultations to support business questions and challenges

Life Coaching
Meli Bolanos MBA'11
One-on-One coaching ranging from managing stress, self-love, creating sustainable changes, and more.

Red Poppy Cakery 
Janina Kotulich '17
Virtual baking lessons

Seasoned
Connie Askin MBA'99
Quarterly cooking magazine for adults that guides adults on basics like shopping and storing food, minimizing waste, stretching ingredients, plus how to make nutritious, affordable and ethnically-diverse meals for a healthful lifestyle as they age to help prevent chronic illness. Follow the Instagram account for recipes, tips, and updates!

Other Resources

From Alumni to Alumni

Sarika Dance Fitness
Sarika Patel Ringer '13
Sarika discovered dance fitness in 2013 to fill a void in her 9-to-5 corporate lifestyle post-graduation. She has obtained multiple fitness licenses and has 15+ years of performance and choreography. She is offering free at home workouts and live classes on her Instagram.

LightenUp Lifestyle
Michael Proffitt MBA'03
A weight loss program that uses a three-phase approach to educate, reinforce and sustain healthy habits. With an individualized approach, one-on-one nutritional guidance, physical advice and emotional support, LightenUp Lifestyle focuses on enhancing and maintaining overall health.

Wishroute
Jessica Lynch '13, MS'13, MBA'18
Wishroute delivers the personal accountability that people need to build healthier habits. This service is delivered by text message, guided by behavioral science, and operated by real people on the other side of the phone. They help users get the most from their current resources. Use code BABSON for a free week trial.

FightCamp
Thomas Duquette '12
FightCamp delivers the most exhilarating and effective form of home fitness through interactive boxing workouts, streamed to your device on demand.

CurveswithMoves
Jessica Diaz-Herrera '10
Curves with Moves is not your typical dance class. Jessie Diaz-Herrera ensures that the environment is judgement free, incorporating body positive talk and affirmations during session to make students feel comfortable at any dance level. Her mission is to teach dance while empowering students to love their bodies.

Moviing
Allison Grekin '13
Moviing is a subscription based yoga & fitness marketplace offering unlimited on-demand, online classes by the most respected and influential instructors & studios from all around the world.

Brooklyn Boulders & BXBX
Lance Pinn '06 & Jeremy Balboni '05
Brooklyn Boulders is an indoor rock climbing space that merges fitness, arts + culture, and events to build an active lifestyle community. BXBX brings fitness, technoloy, and recovery together inspired by adventure. The team is offering daily classes on each respective instagram account to get you moving!

Other Resources

BabsonDiscover: Webinar Series
Babson is excited to launch a new webinar series that will help all of us discover innovative ways to solve the unique challenges we face in these unprecedented times. Our Centers will moderate weekly webinars that are open to all. Together, we can pioneer new pathways to help solve the challenges we now face and generate new opportunities that will create social and economic value.

Babson Executive Education Online ProgramsBabson Executive Education is offering a series of online programs and complimentary webinars to help professionals navigate today’s uncertainty and differentiate their personal and company brands for what comes next. $100 of the program fee for every online program will support Babson’s Emergency Fund and directly assist students affected by the global pandemic crisis with needs ranging from relocation and storage, to meals, Wi-Fi access, financial support due to job loss, and more.

The Cutler Center: Finance Fridays: The Financial Impact of COVID-19
The Financial Impact of COVID-19, presented by Associate Professor Jerome Taillard

Mobility in Context: Equity in Motion
Mobility in Context is a series of conversations created by The Lewis Institute's FutureLab on Mobility team. On April 9, join the conversation for a webinar on Equity in Motion. Mobility systems can be powerful drivers of inequality and inequity. As we look to an emerging mobility future, and grapple with the unfolding impact of COVID-19, we must create mobility systems that provide everyone with access and meet everyone’s mobility needs.

#How2Tuesday
Hosted by the Blank Center, #How2Tuesdays are short, workshop style sessions meant to bring you very specific, user friendly instruction on some of the most important things you need to know how to do for your venture. Stay tuned for topics and dates happening this spring all virtually!

9 Keys to Virtual Learning 
Mike Schultz MBA'03
Free webinar from The Rain Group on April 2, 2020.

Professor David Blodgett
Professor Blodgett teaches biotechnology at Babson and has created a short, 10 minute video informing the Babson community on the importance of social distancing, the dangers our health care system could face, and statistics surrounding the Coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus Webpage

Babson has transitioned all academic operations to a virtual environment. On our Coronavirus webpage, you can read community messages from the campus leadership, answers to FAQ, and find additoinal resources and support.

Weissman Foundry Quilting Project

As a response to the isolation brought on by the coronavirus outbreak, The Wissman Foundry is issuing a challenge: Let’s collaborate from every corner of the globe to make a crazy-quilt that captures how our academic community strengthens us. Using any materials you already have at hand, create a 6”x6” quilt-square to join with others to form a community tapestry, which will be assembled once we are back on campus.