The Executives on Campus [EOC] program at Baruch College connects undergraduate and graduate students with executive mentors who guide and develop their networking, interviewing and other essential business etiquette skills to make Baruch students competitive in today’s job market.
Become an EOC Mentor
EOC is recruiting top-level professionals to join our community.
EOC Mentors offer guidance and support assisting students to help them conduct effective, efficient job searches, make thoughtful career decisions and/or achieve the most from internships and jobs they have or will get. Our mentors are alumni and friends of Baruch College.
EOC is unique to Baruch; no mentoring organization of this scope exists in other colleges.
If you have 7 years’ professional experience and a passion for mentoring, please consider signing up to our Mentor Recruiting List and EOC Associate Director and Mentor Liaison, Kimberly Chu will contact you within 2-3 business days.
Mentor for an Evening
Save the date! Mentor for an Evening will be held March 3, 2016
The RSVP for this event has closed. The deadline was February 7, 2016 at 11:59pm.
IMPORTANT: Interested students must complete all steps of the application process to be considered for this program. ( Application Steps: 1. Student RSVPs (deadline: 2/7/16 at 11:59pm); 2. Students select Top Ten Mentor Preferences (deadline: 2/15/16 at 11:59pm); 3. Students are notified about match (tentatively: 2/22/16 by end of day)). For more details please visit the Students page.
Students who fail to follow instructions on the application materials will be disqualified from the matching process. If you have any questions about the applications, please contact the EOC Team.
Mentor for a Morning/Evening are speed-mentoring sessions giving students a chance to speak with a seasoned executive in their field of interest. As with the Year-Long Mentoring Programs, many of these meetings turn into lifetime relationships. Mentor for a Morning and Mentor for an Evening serve all Baruch students from all three schools. Mentor for a Morning event is held once a semester, Mentor for an Evening is held in the spring.
Academic Year-Long Mentoring Program
The Academic Year-Long Mentoring Program is EOC’s cornerstone initiative. This program serves juniors and graduate students from all three Baruch Schools: the School of Public Affairs, the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, and the Zicklin School of Business. The Academic Year-Long Program helps mentees define and achieve their career goals by providing mentors to support, counsel and serve as role models for the mentees. The Academic Year-Long Program runs from September through May of the academic year.
Zicklin Undergraduate Honors Program
The Zick Undergraduate Honors Program [ZUHP] features an advanced multidisciplinary curriculum aimed at the brightest students in the Zicklin School of Business. Serving students of all majors, ZUHP strives to develop exceptional critical thinking and communication skills and to produce polished professionals who are well positioned to compete in today's complex business world. A key feature of ZUHP is its partnership with EOC to provide mentoring for these special students. The program commitment is 3-4 semesters. Mentors and mentees must dedicate at least one hour per month for in-person meetings.
Mentor for a Morning/Evening
Speed-mentoring sessions give students a chance to speak with a seasoned executive in their field of interest. As with the Year-Long Mentoring Programs, many of these meetings turn into lifetime relationships. Mentor for a Morning and Mentor for an Evening serve all Baruch students from all three schools. Mentor for a Morning event is held once a semester, Mentor for an Evening is held in the spring.
Job$mart Speaker Series
Our Job$mart Speaker Series brings high-profile guests to Baruch College to discuss timely insights and career advice with the EOC community. Speakers come from a range of industries; these essential updates are free to students and alumni.
Faculty members invite EOC volunteers to participate in classroom activities.