STARR Career Development Center Baruch College
The mission of the Starr Career Development Center is to provide comprehensive career services to Baruch College undergraduate students. We encourage students to come to the Center from the time they are freshmen through senior year graduation and for selected career services as alumni. The staff of the SCDC is dedicated to assisting students in all aspects of their career development as they make decisions about majors, apply to graduate and law school, prepare for internships and jobs, and develop the soft skills necessary to become successful in their chosen future careers.

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The staff of the Starr Career Development Center works with students to help them develop the career competencies which will help them to achieve their career goals. Students are encouraged to maintain an updated profile in STARRSearch and are invited to use our services from the time they enter as Freshmen through Senior year graduation and to return as alumni. The Center works hard to generate multiple opportunities for interaction between students and employers both in person and online. Check out how to Get Starrted, (the Four Year Plan for your career), special programs you can join, descriptions of Baruch majors, resume models, interviewing tips and techniques, and the wealth of other information found on the pages of our website.
The Starr Career Development Center partners with employers in order to connect them to Baruch College undergraduate students. Employers are invited to campus to provide information, mentoring, and employment opportunities to our highly motivated, and academically qualified students. Baruch students are tireless success-seekers and employers are impressed by their technical skills and drive and return year after year to access this highly qualified group of candidates. Many have significant work experience by the time they graduate and a large number work their way through college.

If you would like to post a job at Baruch College go to Starr Search, our online career services system.
The Starr Career Development Center (SCDC) partners with alumni in a number of ways. We encourage alumni to maintain connection to their alma mater, to return for services and resources, and to contribute to the professional development of current students. The SCDC hosts numerous alumni career events throughout the year and provides one-on-one career advisement upon request. Join our alumni list-serve (email for alumni event and opportunity updates.
The Starr Career Development Center recognizes the importance of forging partnerships with Baruch faculty to support our students' academic and career development. We have developed various initiatives such as the Starr Sub Program and Invited Presentations to encourage faculty members to utilize our expertise, in order to deepen students' knowledge of their career options and awareness of our career services. The Starr Career Development Center believes a strong connection with our Baruch faculty members will benefit our students in their long term career success. We invite you to contact us if you have any questions or wish to explore ways to collaborate.
College is the beginning of an exciting new chapter in the lives of both students and parents. Students must adjust to the academic and social demands of college and parents must accept the growing independence of their young adult offspring.

Career development in college begins with establishing good study habits, building relationships with fellow students, and faculty, and identifying and using important college resources like the Starr Career Development Center. Parents should encourage students to visit the Center and to start using STARRSearch, our online career management system. Check out STARR Track on our website at for more information about career development during the college years.
Financial Leadership Program
The Financial Leadership Program (FLP) is the Starr Career Development Center's training initiative focused on preparing students for careers in the financial services industry and other top financial analyst programs. To achieve the program's mission, the Center provides intensive technical and career training to a select group of Baruch's top-performing students. The FLP admits 20-30 juniors each year, handpicked according to their aptitude and interest. FLP members typically have an average GPA of 3.7 (the minimum requirement is 3.5), demonstrated leadership in internship and extracurricular activities.
The Max Berger Pre-law Program offers numerous opportunities to students of all majors interested in preparing for or simply exploring the possibility of a future career in the legal profession. Highlights of the program include individualized pre-law advisement, networking and mentoring, internship opportunities, writing workshops, LSAT Preparation, law school application assistance and experiential learning experiences such as mock trial and moot court. In addition, high achieving students are encouraged to apply to participate in the Max Berger Pre-law Fellows Program, a comprehensive law school preparatory program geared towards training Baruch College students to gain admission to the nation's top law schools.
Peers for Careers
The Peers for Careers Program is a highly selective leadership program that trains students to provide peer career advisement on resumes, cover letters, business correspondence, mock interviewing and more. Upon successfully completing rigorous training, Peers offer resume/cover letter review appointments, walk-in sessions, video mock interviews, and orientations to the SCDC to students using the services for the first time. Peers also facilitate workshops, co-sponsor programs, spearhead our traveling "Starr Mobile" information cart, and write weekly Career Corner articles in the Ticker. Check out the Peer website for more information, resources, career corner articles and peer video tips.
The Media section of SCDC contains both videos and tutorials that are meant to give you a snapshot on career topics. The videos are tips and suggestions from fellow Baruch students on topics from attending career fairs to tying a tie. The tutorials are quick hands-on guides that you can follow along with to learn about a variety of useful resources at your fingertips. We encourage you to view them all at least once and to refer back to them in a pinch.
About Us
The Starr Career Development Center is the primary provider of career services to Baruch College undergraduate students. Students are encouraged to come to the Center from the time they are freshmen through senior year graduation and for selected career services as alumni. The staff of the SCDC is dedicated to assisting students in all aspects of their career development as they make decisions about majors, apply to graduate and law school, prepare for internships and jobs, and develop the soft skills necessary to become successful in their chosen future careers.
Employers - STARR Search FAQs
Please use the tabs below to select an area of the system that your question refers to. If you do not find the answer here, do not hesitate to contact us.

What is STARR Search?

STARR Search is a system that allows employers to:

  • Post jobs and internships at Baruch College for free
  • View and register for career fairs and corporate events
  • Register for OCR (On-Campus Recruiting) events
  • Be a mentor

Where do I log in?

Please visit to log in.

How do I register if I do not have an account?

Please visit to register.

Click on the appropriate tab, depending on your preference:

  • "Register" - Request an account for the system.
  • "Register And Post a job at Baruch (free service)" - Request an account and complete a job posting for Baruch College. There is no fee for this service.
  • "Register And Post Job At Multiple Schools (fee)" - Request an account and complete a job posting for multiple schools. Please note that there is a fee for this service.

How do I know my username/password?

Your user name is the email registered in the account (all of it). Your password is stored when the account is originally created.

I forgot my password. What do I do?

Open the login page and click the "Forgot my Password" tab. Enter your user name (email address) and a password reset link will be emailed to you shortly. Please note that we cannot manually reset passwords if you call/email us.

I am supposed to have an account but my user name doesn't seem to exist.

If you cannot remember your user name or account details, please contact Theresa Accardi.

I already have a Nacelink account. Do I need to register again?

No, simply use your Nacelink user name/password and you will be able to user our system as soon as your account has been approved.

What happens after I complete a job posting in the system?

The job posting will be checked and once it is approved, it will be open for students to apply. You will receive a confirmation email with the status of the posting (approved/denied), once it is processed.

Will the resumes be emailed to me or will I have to log in and check myself?

You have several options for resume submission:

  • E-Mail- All resumes will be emailed to you, as they come in.
  • Accumulate Online - You will have to log in to retrive the submitted resumes.
  • Other - You can specifiy a different method for users to apply, such as your own company website.
These options can be set on the same page as the job posting.

Students are not applying to my job posting.

Depending on the job posting settings, students might not be able to apply. For example, if the job posting is restricting applications but the necessary conditions are not set, students will be unable to apply. Please review the job posting or contact us to ensure that there are no errors or problems with the posting.

I have specified custom screening criteria and the resumes do not abide by them.

Unfortunately resumes cannot be screened by custom parameters. For example, if a job posting specifies that fluent German is a requirement, we cannot restrict students who do not speak German from applying. Usable screening parameters are, for example, year in school, graduation date, etc.

I would like to extend the job posting for another day/month etc.

Job postings can be edited from your account. Please log in, make the necessary changes and re-submit the job.

How can I register for an upcoming career fair?

You can register for a career fair by clicking the "Events" tab, after you log in. Alternatively, you can contact us for more information.

Can I advertise in the career fair booklet?

Yes. Please indicate you would like an advertisement in the booklet at the time you register for the event. Please make sure you submit the materials in the correct format and size (high resolution and half page or full page).

Will internet access be provided on the day of the fair?

Internet access is not available at the location of the fair.

Will a computer and/or other equipment be provided on the day of the fair?

Additional computer equipment will not be available on the day of the fair. Please make sure you bring all necessary equipment with you.

Does Baruch provide shipping for career fair materials?

Please bring a supply of descriptive materials about your organization, or you may send us company material by private carrier at least 5 days in advance.

How do I sign up to be a mentor?

If you are currently a registered employer, mentoring can be activated under your profile. Click on the "Account" tab and then on "Professional Network". Complete all necessary fields and turn the module on.

If you are an alumnus and would like to be a mentor please contact us.

What type of On Campus Recruiting does the Starr Career Development Center?

There are two types of On-Campus Recruiting, full-time professional positions and paid internships.

What are the interview schedules?

The typical interview schedule for an employer in the program will begin at 9:00am and end at 5:00pm.

30-minute interviews will allow 12 candidates per schedule, 45-minute interviews will allow 9 candidates per schedule, 60-minute interviews allow 7 candidates per schedule. All schedules include breaks and a lunch hour.

What important timelines should I attend to when participating in OCR?

As soon as possible, contact Ingrid Tineo at 646.312.4686 to speak with her about your recruiting needs so that she can assist with interview date selection, corporate presentation plans, etc.

6-12 Weeks before closing date: Confirm date for the interview day and information session. Position is posted on Starr Search. Students can begin applying for the position as soon as it is posted.

2 weeks before the interview date: The position closes for applications. No additional applications are accepted.

1-2 weeks before interview date: Students with interviews are notified in order for them to sign up for an interview slot during your scheduled date.

48 hours before the interview date: Interview selection times close on Starr Search and the interview schedule is set.