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Baruch College Alumni Association


Upon graduation, students are invited to join the Baruch College Alumni Association (BCAA).  alumni

        Benefits of Membership: 

        • Meeting contacts in your field
        • Participating in career development seminars, workshops and discussions with already established alumni.
        • Attending social events at which you can meet and network with others in your field.
        • Taking part in mentoring program. 

        Membership fees are only $35 a year, plus any addition coasts for events.  However, that fee gives one access to many resources on campus, such as expansive athletic facilities.

SEEK Alumni Advisory Board Council

After graduation, SEEK students interested in continuing their relationship with the program can join the SEEK Alumni Advisory Board Council.  This group of individuals display their commitment to the program by helping to ensure its continued success.  They provide provide professional advice to aid in the programs development and the growth of initiatives.

Comments from Alumni

"SEEK was a home away from home.  The staff served as parents, siblings and mentors.  Through a village of inspirational and supportive people, I was raised to become the success that I am.  They instilled hope, valued dreams and supported development."

Michele H. Brown Nevers, Ed.D, 1983, Marketing Major

"I wrote my first professional resume with my SEEK counselor, and that resume landed me an internship with a Big 4 accounting firm, which later became a job.  Everything I achieved was made possible because of the SEEK Program, or better said, the SEEK Family.

Ivis D. Calderon, 2004, Accounting Major

"I never just had a counselor; I had confidants, sages, muses, and a group of people who wouldn't let me fall through the cracks.  Now I'm working on-air at one of the top radio stations and writing for the Village Voice.  I know the foundation for all of this was SEEK.

David Allen Blanks, 2003, Journalism and English Major





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