SPA and Zicklin Student Named NextGen Leaders in American Humanics Program

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Baruch College students Sean Chang '11 and Cristina Noboa, ’11 have been selected as part of the latest group of NextGen leaders by the American Humanics Program. Chang, a Zicklin undergraduate, and Noboa, a student of the School of Public Affairs, were selected from an applicant pool of more than 140 students representing 26 affiliated colleges. A third Baruch College student, Jose Sanchez, was also named a NextGen leader last June. As future leaders in the non-profit sector, winners of the NextGen award complete competitive 300-hour internships, for which they receive generous stipends.

 

The American Humanics program dates back to 1948. It was established to help prepare a racially and ethnically diverse group of students to assume leadership positions in the non-profit sector. Since it was established at Baruch College, several dozen students have taken advantage of the Humanics curriculum.