alumni services

Stay in touch with the Baruch global community. We offer a variety of networking opportunities, career events, and advisement services to help you stay connected to employers, faculty, and former classmates.

Join Alumni Groups and Connect with Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs graduates
Visit Baruch College's Alumni Page to join a group, explore job opportunities, or network with other graduates. Connect with us on LinkedIn or Facebook to join discussions, post updates, or search jobs and industry trends.

Take Advantage of Our Career Services
We offer plenty of opportunities for career development. Attend one of our seminars or panel discussions to network and make the most of your career in public policy. Go to our listing of alumni career events.

Our career advisors are here to help you explore your options and provide guidance. Make an appointment by emailing our Career Services Office at or by calling (646) 660-6755.

Explore Career Opportunities
Please create an alumni account in MSPIA CareerConnect, our database of jobs, internships, and additional opportunities exclusively for Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs students and alumni.

In addition, the Baruch Starr Career Development Center lists current job openings. Visit the websites of the following organizations to search jobs or internships, or to receive valuable career development guidance:

  • STEMCompass lists science, technology, engineering, and math-related (STEM) job opportunities and internships.
  • The Five O'Clock Club, an authority on career management, offers free lifetime memberships.
  • Workforce1 provides career bulletins and a directory of recruiting events.

If you don't have a STARRsearch account, please call the Starr Career Development Center at (646) 312-4670 to obtain one.

Executives on Campus
Through mentoring, lectures and workshops, the Baruch College Executives on Campus (EOC) program provides all undergraduate and graduate students with networking, interviewing and other essential "soft skills" vital to compete in the job market. EOC mentors are current and retired corporate executives of major companies in and around New York City.

Learn more about Executives on Campus