Company Visits are Huge!

By Danielle Hemsley & Justyn Makarewycz Snow, slush and ice were no match for Zicklin Graduate students on a mission to learn, network and further develop their professional development with a visit to a full-service, interactive agency specializing in transforming brands and growing businesses. On Friday, March 8, 2013, a group of 30 MBA and MS … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day 2013

By  Alex Vilchynskaya To celebrate this year’s International Women’s Day graduate student club Zicklin Women in Business welcomed students and guests to its 4th Annual IWD Luncheon event at Baruch College. The topic of this year’s luncheon was “Pathways to success (through the glass ceiling?)”. As it already became a tradition, graduate students gathered at … Continue reading

Edel-folk: Site Visit to Edelman

By Karen Shulman On March 15, 2013, a group of over twenty Zicklin MBA students went on a site visit to Edelman’s New York office, headquarters to the world’s largest independent public relations firm. Daniel Boardman (MBA ’14) and Natalia Charles (MBA ’14) of the Association for International Business (AIB), a Zicklin graduate club, and … Continue reading

HSBC Welcomes Zicklin Women in Business

By Aliaksandra Vilchynskaya On December 6, 2012 Zicklin Women in Business club treated its members to an exclusive event – a company visit with HSBC in its office located in Midtown Manhattan. “HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organizations. With around 6,900 offices in both established and faster-growing markets, we … Continue reading

A Career Future for ‘Green’ MBAs

by Jenny Jackson, MBA Baruch College, Zicklin School of Business An emerging class of enthusiastic MBA students interested in the field of sustainability is growing with vigor. New York City is host to programs at its top graduate institutions: NYU with an MBA specialization in Social Innovation; Columbia University with its Social Enterprise specialization and home … Continue reading

So What’s the Deal?

Written By, Aliaksandra Vilchynskaya You frequently hear people talk about how hard it is to find a good job, how it is impossible to get hired, and how tough it is to get a promotion. So what is the big deal with hiring? Jannie Pilgrim, a Baruch alum, has answers for you. Throughout her career as … Continue reading

1st Place in Santander Global Awareness Awards

Exchange to Extraordinary – International Education at Baruch By Daniel Boardman & Jiewen Yin Thursday, November 29 – Zicklin School of Business’s Association for International Business (AIB), a graduate student organization, was recognized by a board of judges led by Professor Richard Mitten at the awards ceremony for the Sovereign Bank/Santander Universities Global Awareness Competition. International … Continue reading

Finance Industry Panel Informs

By Takuya Oka and Daniel Boardman Wednesday, November 7 – Graduate student organization, Zicklin School of Business’s Association for International Business (AIB) hosted a Careers in Finance Speaker Panel event featuring leading professionals in global finance. With transportation still disrupted after Hurricane Sandy, the early morning event drew a crowd of students eagerly seeking their … Continue reading

Societas: Meet a Mentor

By Maria Shpokayte Societas: Meet a Mentor, a mentorship event, hosted by Zicklin Women in Business (ZWIB) on Thursday, October 25th 2012 at Baruch College, was a tremendous hit with Ziklin’s students for a second year in a row now. MBA and MS students from Zicklin’s School of Business had an opportunity to network and … Continue reading

Social Innovation in Entrepreneurship – The Compromising Marriage between Profit and Social Good

  Written by: Natalie Leviev   Tuesday, October 23 – The Sustainable Business Club and The Field Center for Entrepreneurship hosted a Social Innovation in Entrepreneurship event that featured some of the leaders in the growing field of social entrepreneurship.  The panelists were engaging, passionate, and informative (no fact checker needed!).  The event proved to be a … Continue reading