Baruch students launch the College Entrepreneurial Organization for student entrepreneurs!

The E-board of the College Entrepreneurial Organization

The E-board of the College Entrepreneurial Organization

Launching a student club on campus is one way to become an entrepreneur. Four students recently re-launched an entrepreneurship club for students here at Baruch College called the College Entrepreneurial Organization (CEO). Their goal is to become a close-knit entrepreneurial network that cultivates Baruch College students in their entrepreneurial ventures, ideas and pursuits.

“We really want to be like a family,” founder Max Navarro said at the first General Interest Meeting on December 7. “But we also want to develop each other and grow as a network so that later in life we can reach out to each other.” A senior at Baruch majoring in Entrepreneurship, Max works part-time as a real estate agent for Douglas Elliman, specializing in luxury residential sales in midtown Manhattan, Chelsea and Tribeca.

College Entrepreneurial Organization logo

 Our vision
To inspire a community of passionate leaders who share a vision of improving the world one venture at a time.
How will members benefit?
Members gain access to a pool of resources, including:
  • Mentors, guest speakers, alumni, industry experts,
  • Co-working sessions, workshops, leadership building opportunities
  • Partnership with organizations within and outside of Baruch
  • Exclusive Q&A sessions with top-level executives

Some sample events include:

  • Back-to-school Time Management Workshop with Trello (Feb 1st)
  • Mitzi Perdue book showcase of Tough Man, Tender Chicken (Feb 22nd)
  • Learn how to code with Jessica Fields from NYC Regional Innovation Node
  • How to Come Up With an Idea
  • How to Start a Company With No Money Using the Lean Method
  • How to Pitch to an Investor From an Investor’s Perspective

How to get involved

Club activities will resume in the 2018 Spring semester. In the meantime, if you are interested in getting involved, CEO is recruiting for the following E-board positions:

  • Communications Leader
  • Chief Financial Officer  (Treasurer)
  • Chief Social Officer (Events Chair)
  • Social Responsibility Officer (Community Service/Fundraising)
  • Chief Marketing Officer (preferably is proficient in graphic design)
  • Chief Technology Officer (you must be able to build a website)

To apply, email a resume and cover letter to:

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