The Office of Graduate Student Services are accepting applications for fall 2011 GA positions and the pay rate has risen to $16 per hour. If you wish to apply for a position you must meet the following criteria:
1. Students must be enrolled in one of the Zicklin School of Business master’s level programs.
2. Students must enroll in and maintain a full-time program (12 credits of 9000 level courses). The only exception will be for students in their last semester with 9 registered 9000 level credits. 3. Students must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.2.
4. International students must fulfill the appropriate VISA requirements in order to work in the United States.In the event you receive a position, all students must have/obtain a Social Security Number and submit payroll forms on or before their start date. Students who begin working before all paperwork has been processed will not be paid.If you meet the above criteria and wish to apply, please contact Keitha Duhaney for the application form.
Teams of 5 students (2 sophomores – enrolled in the first accounting course, 1 junior – accounting major, and 2 others including seniors or graduate students) work together to build a case based on a particular business issue and present their findings to a group of PwC professionals.You may form your own team or sign up individually and be assigned to a team!To participate, please email Zeljko Sockovic with your team’s or individual information including the following:
1. Your first and last name
2. Student status (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate student)
4. Baruch email address
5. GPA (optional)
All the teams will meet with PwC on October 20th, club hours, to go over the structure of the competition. This meeting should take no longer than 1 1/2 hours and PwC will provide lunch or snacks. The teams will have two weeks to prepare for the final competition on November 4th.
Each student will be paired with a mentor for a one-on-one mentoring for 15 minutes. During this time you can ask any career related question you might have to the mentor. Our mentors are senior level managers and partners from different industries. In order to match you up with a mentor, please send usyour resume. Seats are limited so RSVP today. Click here.
October 14 9:00 am – 10:00 am NVC 1-107
How’d You Get That Internship?
Are you currently seeking an internship? Meet and talk to students that have been in your shoes. Hear about their successful job hunts and learn what life is like as an intern. Interns from these companies will be in attendance: Absolute Motion Video; Koch Group & Co, LLP; Colgate-Palmolive; Brown Brothers Harriman & Co; Cultural Vistas; Fullserv Group, LLC; Health Corps; Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc.; MTV Networks; NICE-Actimize; One World; Pecan, LLC; Pricewaterhouse Coopers; Real-Time Technology Solutions; Redcats USA; and USB Financial Services.
No RSVP Required.
October 14, 21, 28 & November 4th 2:30 – 4:30
Do You Have What It Takes?
The GCMC and EOC are proud to partner with Daniel Choi of Credit Suisee to host a four-part series on Defining Success in the workplace for those in the Zicklin Graduate Business program in their final year before graduating. Apply by Sept 30th via Zicklin CareerLink under “Jobs” tab.
October 17th & 18th 8:45 pm: Rose Nagelberg Theatre, NVC-B3
The Graduate Arts Association is holding auditions for their fall concert event. We are looking for talented performers, artists of all types and a creative backstage crew. All students, faculty and staff are encouraged to attend.
Contact Daniel Seda (President & Director) for more information.
October 18 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm: NVC 14-245
EOC Job$mart Career Hour – Brand yourself for success – Part 2
EOC’s Job$mart Career Hour brings students and executives together to discuss career-related issues and topics and to assist students in gaining a greater knowledge and understanding of the various industries and organizations. If you have any questions, please email Jacqueline McLoughlin. Open to all students. Please invite your classmates! Also visit Job$mart Claendar and EOC Website.
Come meet the other editors and contributors to the blog over a few cold ones at our “executive conference room” at the Hairy Monk. The blog is a unique opportunity to make your voice heard, to get yourself noticed and to hone your writing. Contribute your experience and opinions. Here are some sample topics: Write in your native tongue and english to show off how diverse and international Baruch is; Write about a class or professor who influenced you or an instructor who shouldn’t be; Opine about the graduate experience; Share and compare your favorite watering holes; Expose what’s wrong at Baruch.
To paraphrase (with a boost) the words of the inimitable philosopher Bruce, Bust outta class, get away from those fools and come learn more from a 3-minute song (and from the bottom of glass) than you will ever learn from school.
October 19 12:00-2:30 pm NVC 14-250
EisnerAmper Information Session
Learn about the firm, their practice lines, and meet their recruiters, business professionals and Baruch alums. DRESS: Business attire. RSVP at Zicklin Careerlink.
October 23, 24 & 25 7:30 pm BPAC 55 E 25th
A Festival of 5 Short Plays Celebrating the LGBT Community by Marjorie Conn, Jack Dyville, Mark Eugene Garcia, Penny Jackson, Duncan Pflaster.
The David Berg Foundation Series on Ethics and Accountability – Privacy, Data Mining and Business Ethics
Join us for the fourth seminar in the David Berg Foundation Series on Ethics and Accountability at Baruch College! This luncheon discussion will examine the balance between corporate data mining and the individual’s right to privacy.
The program will feature Ken Dreifach, General Counsel and Chief Privacy Office of Rapleaf and Justin Brookman, Director, Consumer Privacy Project, Center for Democracy & Technology. Mr. Dreifach and Mr. Brookman will discuss how personal data is used, and what limits should be placed on its use by companies, politicians and other organizations. They will draw on their regulatory, professional and advocacy experiences working with online companies and the data industry.
For more information on the speakers and registration please click here.
October 26 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm NVC 14-220
Come enjoy the company of your fellow students and future colleagues. Mingle with friends and meet new ones. Relax with drink specials or just chill.
November 2 12:15 pm – 1:45 pm Library Building 7th Floor
Zicklin Leadership Series
Lunch 12.15-12.45 pm
Presentation 12.45-1.45 pm
Speaker: Thomas V.Milroy, CEO – BMO Capital Markets
November 4 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Annual Direct/Interactive Marketing Student Career Forum
DMEF have partnered with Microsoft Advertisingto plan an entire day of great presentations at their mid-town Manhattan offices. There will be presentations and involvement from key Microsoft executives as well as marketing executives from other companies and agencies in the direct/interactive marketing sphere.
Stop by and meet the Grant Thornton campus recruiter, Matt Mendes. Grant Thornton LLP is the U.S. member firm of Grant Thornton International, one of the six global accounting, tax and business advisory organizations. Through member firms in 112 countries, including 50 offices in the United States, the partners and employees of Grant Thornton member firms provide personalized attention and the highest quality service to public and private clients around the globe.
November 10 8:00 am – 12:00 pm 2nd floor lobby NVC
Mentor for a morning
Meet an executive in a 45 minute 1-on-1 mentoring session to:
– Discuss your career objectives and set developmental goals in your field of interest
– Put soft skills to the test through a career focused dialogue
– Discuss industry trends and challenges
– Identify possibilities centered around success
– Gain insight on how to transfer your skills into a new industry
RSVP on Zicklin CareerLink prior to Oct. 18th to receive executive bios and rank your mentor meeting preference. All majors are welcome! Executives from a variety of industries will be in attendance.
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Pick of the Week
American Cancer Society
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk – Sunday, Oct 16
The BCAA will be hosting a team of all interested Baruch alumni at the Annual American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk to raise funds in support research and finding a cure for breast cancer. Join our team to make a difference in the world around you while networking with your fellow alumni and representing your alma mater! For more information please contact Lori Benathen, Executive Director, BCAA at (646) 660-6070 or via email.
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