Two disruptive catalysts small business doesn’t see coming: Director of the Lawrence N. Field Programs Scott Newbert featured in Fox Business

By Lee Howard Originally published on Fox Business If you’re a small business, you should know there are clever people in not so faraway places working against you, day and night. And if they have their way, they will upend your business and your life, entirely. Just the thought of it, makes them cackle with glee.  OK, […]

Baruch students launch the College Entrepreneurial Organization for student entrepreneurs!

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 […]

Baruch College Gets High Rankings in The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine’s “Top 25 Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies” for 2018

Zicklin School of Business in the Top 10 Undergraduate and Graduate Programs Nationwide for Third Consecutive Year  New York, NY – November 14, 2017 – Baruch College’s undergraduate and graduate programs at the College’s Zicklin School of Business were ranked in the top 10 by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine’s survey of the “Top Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies for 2018.” Baruch […]

Interested in entrepreneurship? Join the club! The College Entrepreneurial Organization launches at Baruch

The College Entrepreneurial Organization is launching at Baruch this Thursday, December 7 to bring together student entrepreneurs who are interested in pursuing their dreams and ventures and establishing lifelong friendships. Get involved in entrepreneurship events featuring guest speakers from the industry, learn about entrepreneurship resources throughout CUNY and participate in workshops that will teach you how […]

Are you an entrepreneur, or want to be one? Join us at the Student Entrepreneur Resource Fair!

As a CUNY student, you have a wealth of FREE resources at your fingertips to help you start and run your own business. From CUNY-run business accelerator programs to pitch competitions and business advising, makerspaces and more. Join us on Tuesday, October 17 to meet with fellow student entrepreneurs as well as staff from CUNY […]

Get involved in Baruch’s premier creativity and design competition

Lagging subways, traffic, overcrowding, pollution – what if you could solve some of NYC’s biggest problems? Now is your chance to design and prototype creative solutions to issues that matter to you.   The MakerHub is launching the Learn| Make| Play Challenge 2017, Baruch’s premier creativity and design competition. We encourage you to explore our […]

CUNY Startups is hosting its first ever hackathon this month! Find out how you can get involved

They’ve just rebranded as CUNY Startups (formerly the CUNY Center for Student Entrepreneurship) and now they’re about to host the first ever CUNY hackathon. This weekend-long 17 hour sprint convenes students from all 25 CUNY schools and from a range of majors, backgrounds and interests to design and build apps intended to make life easier […]

Project Elevate: The Rise of MakerHub at Baruch College

Dear makers, DIY enthusiasts, students and/or reader, The onset of summer break elicits a sigh of relief from college students, the anticipation of travel excursions, and warmth in the summer sun. Here at the MakerHub (the premier makerspace at CUNY Baruch), we have been busy scheming away to bring forth an exciting, productive and eventful Fall […]

The Center for Teaching and Learning is hiring!

Instructional Technology Fellow: Vocat Coordinator Baruch College is hiring a college intern to help administer Vocat, a home­grown tool that facilitates feedback on multimedia projects. The coordinator will work 20 hours/week to assist faculty and staff members on implementation and support. Vocat ( allows faculty and students to upload video, audio, and photos directly into the web […]

Apply to the Summer 2016 Baruch Entrepreneurial Intern Fellowship!

Unpaid internships raise a dilemma: should you consent to work without compensation for the sake of gaining experience? Experts estimate that at least half a million Americans hold unpaid internships each year. But the rise of the “intern economy” in a weakened job market disadvantages those who can’t afford to work without pay. The Weissman Center for International […]