Baruch College Hosts Two Successful Career Fairs
October 1, 2019
September 2019 saw two of Baruch College’s biggest career fairs for undergraduate students: the Fall Undergraduate and Graduate Accounting Fair, and the Fall Undergraduate Career Day.
The Fall 2019 Undergraduate and Graduate Accounting Fair took place on September 6, and welcomed a record number of 50 employers looking forward to meet and potentially recruit students with career focuses on accounting, finance, CIS, Economics and other related majors.
The Fall 2019 Undergraduate Career Day was held on September 20, and welcomed 87 employers across more than 10 industries including but not limited to accounting, healthcare, media and communications, not for profit and government, finance, consulting, beauty and others.
Undergraduate students from all three Baruch schools–Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, Zicklin School of Business, and Marxe School of Public and International Affairs–met with professionals from Bloomberg, Enterprise Holdings, KPMG, PwC, RSM, Publicis Media, Havas Health & You, NYC Department of Education, NYC Department of Correction, Metroplus Health, SEO Career, The Estee Lauder Company, and many more. The students were also given the opportunity to introduce themselves as potential employees to representatives from other organizations such as BNP Paribas, New York Life, Deloitte, Moody’s, Con Edison, Uncommon Charter Schools, and US Census Bureau, among others.
Sponsored by the Starr Career Development Center, more than 600 students attended the Accounting Fair, and nearly 1,000 students attended Undergraduate Career Day, with several Baruch Alumni returning as recruiters and employers representing their organizations.
One of the most popular services provided by Starr – the Clothing Closet – a wardrobe of business attire which is available for students year round to borrow from, free of cost, for professional meetings, interviews and networking events also made its presence felt on event day. Faria Arni, a Baruch junior majoring in marketing said, “The Clothing Closet is one of the most underrated things about Starr. They have suits, ties, and business formal attire available for students to borrow. The best part is Starr’s staff members taking the time out to measure each student to help them find the right look and feel before meeting potential employers.”
Dr. Ellen Stein, director of Starr Career Development Center said, “We are so excited to host these incredibly successful organizations, and so proud of our students for taking these first steps in their career journeys. Baruch has a pool of immense talent amongst its undergraduate student cohort, and we at Starr strive to make sure their potential is tapped into and represented in the right way.”
About the Starr Career Development Center
The Starr Career Development Center at Baruch College provides comprehensive career services, skill development programs, internship and job search support for all Baruch undergraduate students. For more information regarding the Center, visit www.baruch.cuny.edu.careers.
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