MBA Internship Outcomes
Securing the right internship is a crucial step in the pursuit of a rewarding career, providing an opportunity for hands-on learning in the field you’re pursuing.
Babson MBA interns contribute to organizations of all types and sizes by managing critical short-term projects, providing creative solutions to key challenges, designing marketing strategies, and leveraging business analytics with key strategic decision makers. By helping Babson MBA students find worthwhile internships that benefit both student and employer, we lay the foundation for strong relationships and subsequent job offers.
95% of MBA Students Secured Summer Internships*
Internships By Top Industries
|Consumer Products/Retail ||13%|
Internships By Top Function
|General Management/Leadership Development Programs||9%|
Sampling of Internships Employers
AMAZON / ANALOGIC CORPORATION / ATHENAHEALTH / BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF MASSACHUSETTS / BREAKAWAY VENTURES / BROOK VENTURE PARTNERS / CVS HEALTH / DASSAULT SYSTEMS / DELOITTE / EF (EDUCATION FIRST) / EMD SERONO / EY / G-51 CAPITAL MANAGEMENT / HARVARD BUSINESS PUBLISHING / HASBRO / HAVAS MEDIA / INSPIRING CAPITAL / IROBOT / JOHNSON & JOHNSON / LAHEY HEALTH / LOGOMIX / MASSCHALLENGE / NESTLÉ USA / OCEAN SPRAY / PTC / RED HAT / SANTANDER BANK / SENSATA TECHNOLOGIES / VERTEX PHARMACEUTICALS / WORKBAR
Experiential Learning Outcomes
Beyond internship opportunities, Babson MBA students are provided a variety of ways to engage in
experiential learning. The dedicated Office of Experiential Learning plays a pivotal role in connecting partner organizations with student consulting teams. This access results in opportunities to consult with real-world companies on real-world challenges, building relationships that can result in lasting connections with successful organizations that our students continue to benefit from after graduation. Some partner organizations include Puma, McKinsey, Cubist, Ocean Spray, and Johnson & Johnson, among many others.
“Our Babson MBA intern was comfortable working through ambiguity and in less structured environments. He also was a super-creative problem solver.”
Senior Director of People Operations, EF (Education First)
*Of those seeking summer internships in the full-time class of 2017