Networking in New York Carey Fellows
Business Honors Program
Donald Holmes, Delek US Holdings Speaker Series
A contrarian investor's methodology Looking for the point
of maximum pessimism

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Students Gain Financial Literacy at Personal Finance Sessions
November 13, 2015
According to the American Psychological Association’s 2014 Stress in America™ Survey, seventy-two percent of American adults feel stressed about money. In light of this sobering statistic, The Babson Center for Global Commerce offers personal finance sessions to students each year, helping them manage their current financial situation, learn to budget for their first job after graduation, and plan for their financial future. Operations Manager Janna McClain, C’04, and David Losson, C’18 facilitated three consecutive Sunday evening meetings, each lasting about an hour and a half. This semester, twelve students met together in the Babson Center Conference Room, where they shared a meal and guided conversation about how to make sound financial decisions.
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Carey Fellows Travel to Chicago BOT and NYSE
November 4, 2015
As part of the Carey Fellowship, honors students in the business minor participate in two trips with the director of the Babson Center. As juniors, students visit the Chicago Board of Trade. As seniors, they stand on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange for the opening bell. These trips provide students hands on experience in two major financial centers in the US, allow them to network with alumni and friends of the University, and expose them to the realities of business travel as they leave early in the morning and run from meeting to meeting to maximize their time. Read more about the specific details of the 2015 trips.
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Seniors Launch Job Search Season
October 9, 2015
Midway in the Advent Semester, senior students facing the daunting job search season have already participated in multiple training and coaching sessions designed to give them a boost as they prepare for their post-college careers.
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