Current graduate students and alumni receive a variety of unique, cost-free services throughout every stage of their career, including:
Personalized Resume and Cover Letter Critiques
Students are welcome to make an appointment with our Career Services office for a review and updating of their resume and cover letter.
Personal career guidance helps each student develop a well-defined sense of personal abilities, interests and past experiences, in order to find the best position and organizational setting. Individual strategies for securing informational interviews are also reviewed.
LinkedIn Profile Analysis
An experienced LinkedIn evaluator is available to offer tips, tricks, and tools to enhance LinkedIn presence, and help make valuable professional connections.
Students can arrange a mock interview with a skilled career services professional and receive real-time feedback to prepare for their next important interview.
Job and Internship Postings
Many employers seek to hire School of Public and International Affairs graduates. Current job & internship listings are posted to our database SPIA CareerConnect and announced on our weekly listserv. Current students do not need to create an account. These are automatically generated. Please log in with your Baruch email address and complete your profile. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
A variety of on-campus recruitment events such as job fairs and career panels are offered throughout the academic year, including the annual Government and Nonprofit Career Fair.
Undergraduate students are encouraged to utilize Baruch College’s Starr Career Development Center. The Center provides comprehensive career services, such as:
Applications to graduate and law school
Profile posting, and access to extensive online job listings
Preparation for internships and jobs
Soft skill development