Recruiting at Baruch
Baruch College provides extensive career guidance services for current students and alumni through our award-winning Starr Career Development Center. The College also provides other opportunities for students to meet with prospective employers on campus through our on-campus career fairs. Each year, dozens of high-profile organizations from New York City's financial, media, retail, government, and non-profit sectors attend our recruitment events.
In August 2017, Baruch College became a member of the Central Intelligence Agency’s Signature Schools program to facilitate opportunities for Baruch students, and particularly underrepresented minority students, to learn about and consider pursuing careers with the CIA, which offers a myriad of professional positions that include hundreds of analyst positions. Read the Memorandum of Understanding
To find out more about recruiting undergraduate students, visit the Starr Career Services page.
Recruiting Students with MBA and MS Degrees from the Zicklin School of Business
If you are interested in learning more about recruiting graduate students and alumni of the Zicklin School of Business, please visit the Graduate Career Management Center (GCMC) page.
Recruiting Graduate Students from the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs
For information on recruiting graduate students in our Master of Public Administration, and other graduate programs, visit the Marxe Graduate Career Services page.
Recruiting Graduate Students from the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences
For information on recruiting graduate students in the following programs: Arts Administration, Corporate Communication, Financial Engineering, Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Mental Health Counseling, visit the Weissman Graduate Career Services page