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

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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

Recruiter Perspective: Rabail Chowdry, Redcats USA

By Justyn Makarewycz, Zicklin Graduate Career Management Center   It doesn’t matter who you are. Whether you’re a full-time grad student or a working professional, it’s normal for applicants not to hear from companies after they hit the apply button to a job. It is common knowledge that on the hiring company’s end, recruiters are … 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

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

Diversify Your MentorS

A mentor is someone who offers guidance and professional advice for your career path.  At Baruch we are constantly told that one of the keys to success is to have a mentor.  The more I attend events and do informational interviews with people who have successful careers, I hear about the importance of having multiple … 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

Five (not so obvious) tips for staying healthy while balancing work and grad school

We all know how to stay healthy: eat well, get adequate sleep, and exercise daily. But that advice is for our coworkers and friends who know what it means to have evenings free during the week. What about those of us who are in class, at the library, or conducting research so often that we … Continue reading

J. McLoughlin: A First Class Baruch Gem

By Danielle V Hemsley MS Statistics Candidate “I love to meet mentors and hear why they want to give back and be mentors,” said J. McLoughlin in an interview about the Baruch Executives on Campus (EOC) program. In addition to being a School of Public Affairs graduate student at Baruch, J. McLoughlin also served as … Continue reading