Goldman Sachs Employees Spend a Day at Baruch

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BARUCH COLLEGE, NEW YORK, NY (5/7/03)—Baruch College welcomes the Goldman Sachs Community TeamWorks volunteers to Campus on Thursday, May 8 for a day of workshops, lecturers and one-on-one discussions about career paths for undergraduate and graduate students.

The Community Team Works Program gives Goldman Sachs employees an opportunity to take a day off from the office in order to take part in community enhancement programs and events. More than 18,000 employees and their families volunteer annually for a range of projects, including home construction, mentoring programs, visiting the elderly and cleaning up the environment.

The twelve volunteers visiting Baruch will arrive at the Subotnick Financial Services Center at 10:15 AM. After a short orientation about the day’s scheduled activities, they will proceed to their individual appointments. Volunteers are expected to visit the Women in Business Club, the Computer Information Society and Zicklin Technology Clubs, the Finance and Investment Club, the Finance and Economics Club and the Corporate Responsibility, Ethics, and Governance Association (CREGA).

Some volunteers will also spend time speaking to classes, including Professor Yan Gao’s Finance and Professor Glova Smith’s Multi-Media Web Design.

There will also be special discussion sessions for undergraduate students at the Career Development Center at 11 AM, 3 PM and 4 PM. A panel discussion about how an MBA helps careers will take place for MBA students at 4:30 PM in room 14-270 of the Newman Vertical Campus.

For further information on the visit, contact Kelly Moody in the Office of College Advancement at 212-802-2907.