Baruch is heading to Florida! On February 1, join fellow alumni in the Miami and Fort Lauderdale area for a night of great food, drinks, and networking. RSVP at link in bio.
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The Office of Alumni Relations & Volunteer Engagement at Baruch connects with alums after graduation.
The Office of Alumni Relations at Baruch College keeps in touch with Baruch alumni after graduation. We create events, form networks and groups, as well as provide tools for alumni to stay in touch with each other and Baruch.
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Check out the latest issue of Baruch Alumni Magazine, featuring alumni profiles, all the latest news, and an insightful feature on learning opportunities beyond the classroom (like the consulting capstone and ). http://tinyurl.com/BaruchMagazine1223
Finals can be stressful - that’s why trustees of the Baruch College Fund were on hand this morning for a special coffee break to hand out some donuts. Thanks to Buzzy Geduld for his generosity!
Fantastic time tonight at our Baruch in D.C. Holiday Reception - thanks to everyone who came out and to our colleagues!
Such cool news! Congrats Suzanne, who has done so many great things for Baruch alumni 🎉
Take a bow, Baruch alumni: you helped us take first place on , raising more than $933,000! Congrats to all of , which raised $3.75 million in total from 4,650 individuals.
Today's the day! Support Baruch students on — your donation provides scholarships, fellowships, and internship assistance. Give now or learn more at https://ow.ly/g23b50QbXmy.
Empower Baruch students by making a difference today—your donation provides scholarships, fellowships, and internship assistance. Give now or learn more at https://ow.ly/e2WI50Q8Yx9.
Baruch alumni based in Washington D.C. are invited to celebrate the holiday season with esteemed individuals, including Marxe Dean, Sherry Ryan, PhD. Attendees will connect with fellow Baruch alumni who are actively contributing to the fields of public affairs, government, and nonprofit organizations. To RSVP or learn more, visit https://www.alumni.baruch.cuny.edu/events/baruch-in-dc-holiday-reception-2023
Mark your calendars: CUNYTuesday is Tuesday, November 28 - just a week away! Help Baruch compete for the top spot across all CUNY campuses by donating today. With your partnership and support, there is no end to what our students can achieve! Give now or learn more at https://ow.ly/nBPL50Q8YxO.
Mark your calendars to support Baruch students this CUNYTuesday on November 28, a day of giving across all CUNY colleges. Give now or learn more at https://ow.ly/FYZM50Q8umb.
Our alumni in Atlanta came out for a fun night of reconnecting with fellow grads and meeting Dean Sherry Ryan! Thanks to all our alums who attended
Our Baruch alumni in Taiwan came out in full force earlier this week! Packed house at our Taipei reception with President Wu, who was visiting universities in the area. Big thanks to Charlie Hwang (EMS ‘07) for his help with planning the event!
Great conversation tonight at the book launch and signing for ! The proud alum and former president spoke to professor Steve Gold about his book Simply Put: Why Clear Messages Win - and How to Design Them. Thanks to all our alumni, friends, faculty, and students for attending!
Some more scenes from last week’s incredibly fun Homecoming - see anyone there you know? Tag your friends in the comments!
What a great night, gathering in-person once again for a and Robert C. Weaver Society event! Fascinating discussion (with terrific audience participation) entitled Building Bridges: Strengthening the Caribbean Diaspora Connection. Thanks to Dr. Shelly Eversley and Dr. Keisha Allan for leading the conversation!
Terrific time this morning at our Recruiters and Champions breakfast, celebrating the recruiters who and our alumni champions at our corporate networks. Big thanks to for providing the day’s keynote speech.
Great time at tonight’s Undergraduate Alumni Homecoming! Campus was buzzing as recent grads networked and enjoyed good food and drinks. Oh, and did we mention the chocolate fountain? 🍫⛲️
Couldn’t have asked for a more perfect night for a rooftop event! Thanks to our Real Estate alumni for coming out in full force for a rooftop networking event tonight at .
Terrific Baruch & Beyond roundtable event going on this afternoon for students interested in arts administration and entertainment management! Thanks to all of our alumni who came back to share their stories.
Join us this month for a Baruch Alumni Caribbean Reception, hosted by the Robert C. Weaver Society and the Black and Latino studies department. Enjoy Caribbean food and an insightful conversation. Learn more and RSVP:
Fantastic time last night at our Baruch Alumni and Allies LGBTQ+ networking reception! Thanks to everyone who attended 🎉
Even more great news: U.S. News & World Report ranks Baruch the best public college in New York, and #2 regionally. Learn more at link in bio!
Big news in yesterday’s WSJ: The paper declared that Baruch College “offers the best value of any university in the country.” 🎉 Read the full article at link in bio.
Just a few photos from yesterday’s Baruch Alumni Changemakers Awards Ceremony - what a terrific night celebrating the accomplishments and impact our alumni have made in NYC and across the globe! More photos to come 📸
At yesterday’s Baruch Alumni Changemakers Awards, we were delighted to honor Aissata M.B. Camara (‘11), the deputy commissioner for the NYC mayor’s Office for International Affairs. More than a decade ago, she founded “There Is No Limit,” a foundation that empowers poor and ultra-poor people - primarily in Africa - through entrepreneurship, education, sanitation, and the eradication of gender-based violence. Congratulations to Aissata and all of our awardees from last night!
We’re excited for tomorrow’s Baruch Alumni Changemakers ceremony, where we’ll celebrate outstanding alumni including Jay Chakraborty (MBA ‘06), a wonderful mentor and senior partner at . Can’t wait for tomorrow’s event 🎉
This week, we’ll be celebrating outstanding alumni at our Baruch Alumni Changemakers awards ceremony. Meet one of them: Lakshmee Lachhman-Persad (‘01). A marketer and educator, Lakshmee founded Accessible Travel NYC to inspire and empower people with disabilities to enjoy visiting NYC. She has worked with major city attractions including the NY Botanical Garden, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Statue of Liberty, and Lincoln Center to make them more accessible.
Learn more about all of our awardees and RSVP at link in bio!
Some great news as we head into the weekend: The Wall Street Journal and College Pulse rank Baruch #10 among public colleges in the nation based on student outcomes, learning environment, and diversity.
Read more: https://newscenter.baruch.cuny.edu/news/wall-street-journal-ranks-baruch-a-top-10-best-public-college-in-nation/
We’re one week away from our Baruch Alumni Changemakers ceremony, where we’ll be celebrating alumni including Elizabeth Shafiroff (‘13). In 2017 she founded Global Strays, a nonprofit that has directly helped over 10,000 animals in areas of the world that largely lack resources for animal care. The organization brings veterinary and pet-care services directly into underserved communities.
Learn more and RSVP at link in bio!
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Invested In Your Network - NYC & Beyond
The Office of Alumni Relations serves all Baruch College alumni, currently estimated at nearly 134,000 worldwide. We are invested in building a greater sense of College pride among graduates through impactful communications and diverse programming in collaboration with our colleagues throughout the College. With the help of alumni volunteers and brand ambassadors, we strive to build robust alumni networks within corporations, across interests and industries, throughout NYC, and regionally throughout the U.S. and around the world.
In turn, we invite alumni to return to participate in Admissions, Mentoring and Career Development initiatives, and to share their expertise and insight with the next generation of Baruch College students.
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