Women Empowered For Success
Women Empowered for Success is dedicated to uplifting, motivating and empowering young women. Living in a very judgemental society that has placed unrealistic standards for its young girls and women, it is their mission to provide a judgement free zone where they can come together as one, dialogue and sort through issues we all face on a day to day basis. Through workshops and events W.E.S. provides its members the tools needed to be fearless, self-motivating, confident, empowered and successful women.
You can contact Women Empowered for Success at:
Founder of WES/Advisor: Rebecca Quainoo & Program Coordinator: Marisol Morales
The SEEK Society is a student-run
organization comprised of SEEK and non-SEEK students who wish to support and
improve the quality of life at the college and for those in our mutual communities.
The philosophy of the SEEK Society is grounded in service and the importance
of giving back. For example, the society has a partner relationship with
The American Red Cross, whereby a cadre of volunteers at Baruch is trained and
ready for disaster relief aid.
If you are interested in joining the SEEK Society, please contact: (646) 312-4649.
Chi Alpha Epsilon
What is Chi Alpha Epsilon?
Chi Alpha Epsilon is a national honors society, created to
highlight the academic achievements of students admitted to college through non-traditional
XAE was formed in 1989, at West Chester University of Pennsylvania.
Its founder, Dr. Elbert Saddler, wanted to acknowledge the success of the students
in the school's Academic Development Program. There are now more than 150
chapters of XAE.
The primary purpose of XAE is to credit students with outstanding
academic achievements. Its existence gives students something to strive
for and turns its members into role models. In addition, the society can
serve as a significant political force, promoting educational opportunity programs
The Secret Ceremony
Every fall, new members are inducted into XAE. This
induction takes place in the form of a secret ceremony--only those who have
attended know what the event is really like. While no specifics can be
revealed here, we can say that it is a very moving event. It is an active
induction process, one that makes students feel as if they are part of something
truly special and unique.
You can contact Chi Alpha Epsilon at: