I worked at Babson College part-time (more than 3 years)Pros
All the professors and administrators were very nice and allowed me to work around my other obligations. It was great being able to work with different professors who were able to provide different networking opportunities.Cons
Some of the tasks I was asked to complete were tedious and unnecessary. And a some of the tasks were unrelated to their functions at Babson.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 4+ months – interviewed at Babson College.Interview Details
Had an initial phone interview with HR rep and hiring manager. Was brought in for an in person interview with same two people 2 weeks later. Hiring manager didn't show up that day so I had to come in 2 weeks later again to meet with him and his boss. His boss didn't show up this time so I had to come in a MONTH later to meet with him. (I am not making this up, this is how it really happened). With the 4 rounds of interviews done, then the waiting process began. I waited 5 weeks with no word whatsoever and no response from multiple emails to the HR rep. After finally getting a hold of her, she said the process got held up and they are still completing interviews. It has now been almost 4 months overall and the process is still ongoing. Needless to say I would never want to work there now after what I went through.Interview Questions
No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
- basic interview questions... explain your background, why are you a good fit for this role, where do you see yourself in 5 years... Answer Question
Babson -- with an enrollment of some 3,400 students on its campus in Wellesley, Massachusetts -- is lauded as one of the nation's leading business schools. The school's undergraduate programs combine liberal arts with business curriculum; The Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship offers graduate and undergraduate courses in entrepreneurial leadership. Babson students in their first year receive the practical experience of creating for-profit ventures. Babson's entrepreneurship program has been ranked at the top of such programs in publications including Entrepreneur...