Advice From an Alum

Ms Samantha Matin VP Samantha Matin (Sam) hails from the UK. She completed a Master of Science in Public Policy from the University of London and a Postgraduate Diploma in Health Management from the University of Birmingham. During her MBA at Baruch College, Ms. Matin had greatly contributed to the development of Zicklin Women in … Continue reading

Baruch Pays Airfare for Students Interning Abroad

Visualize the streets of Spain last week as Spanish youth celebrated España´s Eurocup 2012 victory.  Picture spending summer weekends at Mediterranean beaches and European Museums.   Now imagine that Baruch paid for your plane ticket.  Wishful thinking, a dream, a hoax, you ask. It so no hoax.  It is a dream, come true!  Thanks to the … Continue reading

Dresszing for Success

by Danielle V Hemsley, MS Statistics Candidate At the most interactive EOC Job$mart Career Hour I have been to, Susan Sommers founder of Dresszing presented on Presence, Protocol, and Presentation, where she shared her suggestions on how to dress for success.  The workshop was held on April 17, 2012.  Susan began the workshop by rhythmically … Continue reading

The Countdown

For those of keeping track at home, it’s almost time . . . for graduation that is.  That’s right  the end game is near.  For those of us wrapping up our programs, the deadline to apply for graduation is this Friday, March 9th.  Your weary correspondent turned his application in last week. ChecklistMeet with GCMC … Continue reading

Tried and True Career Success

By Danielle V Hemsley MS Statistics Candidate “We are different students.  We are practical.” Director of Infrastructure at BHR Capital LLC & Baruch MBA Alumni, Jacqueline Gleason said when referring to how Baruch students stand out from private school MBAs.  Gleason followed up with an example of Baruch students winning a competition, full of competitors … Continue reading

Job Search 2011: What Do You Do When OCR Is A Bust?

by Emily McMillen, MBA Accounting 2012 Recruitment season is drawing to a close. For the lucky few, internships and full-time offers at public accounting firms have been obtained and futures are looking bright. However, for the majority out there, you got zip. The big 4 didn’t want you and because you blew off the interview with … Continue reading

ZGAS Presents: The Annual Mid-Size Accounting Panel

by Nicholas Maris, MBA, Accounting, 2013 and Emily McMillen, MBA, Accounting, 2012 Wednesday, October 5th, the Zicklin Graduate Accounting Society hosted their annual mid-size accounting panel. This event provides Zicklin students the opportunity to learn more about mid-size accounting firms and network with professionals in the indhey ustry. This year, the panel consisted of: Stephen Mazzotti … Continue reading

ZGAS presents: Grant Thornton

by Emily McMillen, MBA, Accounting, 2012 Tuesday afternoon, Grant Thornton joined Zicklin students for an infomation session of a different character. Instead if the traditional suit a tie, Grant Thornton employees looked out at a sea of jeans and grey shirts featuring the GT logo and their motto: “Every day I make a difference.” What … Continue reading

ZGTS presents: WTAS information Session

by Emily McMillen, MBA, Accounting, 2012 Monday afternoon, WTAS joined Zicklin students for an information session about their firm courtesy of the Zicklin Graduate Tax Society. WTAS is a large independent firm that provides a wide range of tax, valuation, and advisory services to individuals and corporations across the country. Beyond tax and wealth issues within the United … Continue reading

Successful Summer Internship. Now What?

by Emily McMillen, MBA, Accounting 2012 Ahh, Fall! The air is crisp and cool, school has just started getting into full swing, and your backpack is just starting to smell of textbooks and freshly sharpened pencils. For those of you who took this summer off for a summer internship like I did you should feel revitalized … Continue reading