Recruiting Changes – COVID-19
In an effort to increase precautionary health measures, reduce community spread of COVID-19, and ensure the successful conclusion of the spring 2020 semester for Baruch College/CUNY students, beginning March 19, 2020 the College will move to distance learning.
Can I still recruit at Baruch College this semester?
Yes! Students are excited to connect with you virtually and are preparing for virtual interviews. Feel free to continue and post positions on Starr Search, schedule and post virtual recruiting events or host virtual / phone interviews with Baruch students – You may schedule these on your own or reach out to us to help! See below for contact information for members of the Employer Relations Team.
Is the Starr Career Development Center open?
At this moment, the Starr Career Development Center is operating 100% virtually. Our virtual hours are Mondays to Fridays from 9:00am to 5:00pm. Note that this is subjected to change so please check the Baruch College website at https://www.baruch.cuny.edu/
Who do I contact if I’d like to discuss virtual recruiting opportunities?
Ingrid Tineo, Deputy Director – Employer Relations/Diversity Initiatives, (contact for Starr Employers/Strategic Partnerships).
Michael Kalish, Associate Director -Internships/On-Campus Recruiting, (contact for On-Campus Recruiting/Internships).
Ricki Weitzen, Assistant Director – Employer Relations/Career Programming (contact for career fairs/undergraduate club collaborations.
Anne Concepcion, Assistant Director – Recruiting/Employer Development (contact for new recruiting efforts/information sessions/ On-Campus Recruiting).
Adley Thelusma, Senior Job Posting Specialist – Employer Relations (contact for Job Postings on Starr Search).
Frikha Javed, Job Posting Specialist – Employer Relations (contact for Job Postings on Starr Search).
For general questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Recruiting at Baruch
There are 4 career centers at Baruch College which each serve different student populations. When posting for multiple populations, please note that Starr, Weissman and Marxe all utilize Symplicity Software and are able to share positions between systems.
Marxe Career Services: For Graduate Students in the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs (MPA, MIA, HEA)
Marxe CareerConnect Platform: https://mspia-baruch-csm.symplicity.com/
Weissman School of Arts and Sciences: For Graduate Students in Weissman (Arts Administration, Corporate Communications, Financial Engineering, I/O Psychology, Mental Health Counseling)
Office Website: https://www.baruch.cuny.edu/wsas/graduatecareers/
Symplicity Job Platform: https://wsas-baruch-csm.symplicity.com/
Graduate Career Management Center: For all Graduate Zicklin School of Business Students
Handshake Job Platform: https://baruch.joinhandshake.com/login
The Starr Career Development Center: For all Undergraduate Students and Alumni (BBA, BA, BS)
Starr Search: https://baruch-csm.symplicity.com/
The Starr Career Development Center
Through the Starr Career Development Center, employers have access to current undergraduate students, recent graduates and alumni.
The Starr Career Development Center (SCDC) provides career services to over 15,000 undergraduates at Baruch College.
Baruch students are tireless success-seekers, frequently juggling multiple roles as student, worker, and family provider. Employers are impressed by their technical skills and drive and return year after year to access this highly qualified group of candidates. Most have significant work experience upon graduation, and a large number work their way through college.
If you would like to post a job at Baruch College, please use Starr Search, our online career services system.
If you are interested in obtaining an invitation for the next Baruch College career fair, please fill out this early inquiry form. Once registration for the fair is open, you will receive an email with more details. Filling out this form does not guarantee a spot at the fair. If you have specific questions, you are welcome to email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over 83% of the senior class used one or more of the services of the Starr Career Development Center during their academic career. We have over 7000 student visits per year.
Last year there were over 360,000 logins to Starr Search and over 178,000 applications submitted online.
In 2014/15, there were 1715 on campus interviews and 11,013 jobs and internships were posted online.
- Why hire Baruch students?
- What are the policies for employers, job & internship postings?
- What should I know about Baruch´s job & internship fairs?
- How do I participate in on-campus recruiting?
- How do I build a campus presence for my company or organization?
- What are some of the most frequently asked questions about internships?
- What is the Financial Leadership Program?
The Starr Employer program is an opportunity for employers to expand their partnership with the Baruch College Starr Career Development Center.
The benefits to joining the Baruch College Starr Employer Program include:
- The placement of your logo on our homepage with a link to your company’s website
- A fee waiver for our 2 annual career fairs
- Ongoing publicity for your company on our promotional materials for career fairs and corporate presentations
Starr Employers support Baruch undergraduate students through a $5000 sponsorship of our career development programs which prepare students to become excellent candidates for professional positions in their companies.
Please let us know if we can include your company in our list of dedicated, generous employers.
For more information contact Ingrid Tineo via email. Checks should be made out to the Baruch College Fund.