Mentors and students celebrated at the end-of-year EOC party. Shown here are mentor Yoav Cohen (’83, MBA ’86) (right) with his mentee, MBA Honors candidate Liron Avni (MBA ’12). Photo by Mario Morgado

Holiday time is a time of celebration and bonhomie, and one of the first groups to kick off the revelry was Executives On Campus (EOC), which welcomed over 170 mentors and mentees to its year-end cocktail party on Dec. 8, held in the Baruch Performing Arts Center (BPAC).

Among the mentors in attendance was Yoav M. Cohen (’83, MBA ’86). “I joined Baruch’s mentoring program a few months ago,” said Cohen, who has already been assigned a yearlong mentee and has also mentored a few other students at a morning advisement session. “It is very rewarding to work with bright, young students. I hope that my advice and encouragement will make a difference in their future career and help them focus and choose what’s right for them.” The Baruch double alumnus is the managing partner at NYC Advisors, LLC, and is one of 250 alumni and friends of the College active in EOC.

Would you like to share your unique experience and insights with the next generation? EOC members—successful leaders in business, government, and nonprofits—provide practical, real-world experience to help current students develop a better understanding of their goals and the professional environment in which they will work.

EOC activities range from one-on-one mentoring, to classroom lectures and club presentations, to networking events and Job$mart Career Hour panel discussions.

If you would like to take part in this important and satisfying program, please contact Jacqueline McLoughlin at 646-660-6098 or at Information about EOC can also be found at