Explore – Co-Curriculum

The Field Center provides co-curricular programming opportunities for students, staff, and faculty interested in engaging further with the entrepreneurial community.
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we’ll help you prepare to:

◦  develop and pitch your idea  ◦
◦  work with a team  ◦
◦  harness your strengths and skills  ◦
◦  participate in a global pitch competition!  ◦
About PitchPREP:

PitchPREP is a uniquely designed program to help you prepare to participate in a global pitch competition, specifically the Blackstone LaunchPad Annual Pitch Competition. You will join a cohort of like-minded entrepreneurial thinking students to work in teams to develop a business idea and create a pitch presentation. PitchPREP facilitators will guide the development process with resources and tools to help you understand your strengths as an individual and within a team and work with you weekly to revise and evolve your teams presentation.

PitchPREP will meet online each Tuesday from 12:30-2pm
starting Tuesday, September 14th through December 7th, 2021.

At the end of the program, all students successfully submitting a pitch to the Blackstone LaunchPad Annual Pitch Competition in early Spring 2022 will receive a Certificate of Completion from the PitchPREP program.

This program is open to Baruch College students.

Network with like-minded peers during an engaging and interactive session featuring inspiring and authentic entrepreneurs sharing their experiences, lessons, and expertise. 

See archives for past event recordings.

The Field Center offers a variety of work and internship opportunities to gain hands-on experience.

The Baruch Entrepreneurial Intern Fellowship Program
Apply to receive financial support for your unpaid internship at a start-up company.

Criteria to apply:

Start-up company in operation between 6 months and 5 years. Not industry specific.

Open to undergraduate students in any major.

Minimum 2.5 GPA

You have completed at least one (1) semester at Baruch College.

Please check back for application.

Entrepreneurship Ambassadors Program

Undergraduate and graduate students work alongside faculty and staff in various initiatives and projects to learn about the ways entrepreneurs are supported.  Entrepreneurship Ambassadors receive hands-on experiences by emerging in an environment which provides a multitude of services for the entrepreneurial community.

Participate up to 15 hours per week, must be matriculated in the entrepreneurship degree program, maintain at least a 2.7 gpa, and is expected to write a summary of their experience at the end of the semester to qualify for a stipend.

Criteria to apply:

Current grad or undergrad Entrepreneurship degree major.

Minimum 2.7 GPA

Must register for one of the following internship classes to receive internship credit: Bus 3001, Bus 3002 or BUS 3003  (1 credit)  or MGT 5110 (3 credits)


Participate 15 hours per week for one semester

2 page experience summary at the end of the semester

No current positions at this time.
Please check back.

Employment at the Field Center for Entrepreneurship

The Field Center for Entrepreneurship offers employment in the Center for a variety of Field Fellowship positions supporting the activities and services of the Center.

No current positions at this time.
Please check back.

The Sigma Nu Tau Entrepreneurship Honor Society recognizes Academic Excellence in Entrepreneurship across America, and takes in consideration evidence of strong entrepreneurial spirit, honor, and integrity. The mission of the Sigma Nu Tau Honor Society is to promote, recognize, honor, and reward academic excellence in entrepreneurship and to encourage and recognize the practice of principled entrepreneurship.

The Field Center sponsors qualified new inductees each year to receive a lifetime membership to the honor society. New inductees also receive the Sigma Nu Tau honor cord to wear during graduation, signifying your induction status.

To Qualify you must:

Be a student pursuing a major in Entrepreneurship

Have completed over half of the credit hours required for the Entrepreneurship degree

Maintain a grade point average of 3.5 or better

Please contact Baruch’s Sigma Nu Tau Faculty Advisors
for more information and to discuss your qualifications.
Prof. Elisa Balabram  and/or  Prof. Glenn Emanuel 

The Baruch chapter of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization is a student-organized and run club supporting all entrepreneurial thinking Baruch students. 

The club offers opportunities for networking within peers and industry, social and learning opportunities, and as a chapter association of the larger CEO network, members have access to unique resources, events, competitions, and much more.  

Membership is ongoing.
SIgn-up to become a member here

Upcoming events found on Instagram.

The Field Center for Entrepreneurship understands the high-demand for collaboration spaces across campus. The Field Center offers two unique rooms, Think-Tanks, for student-team use only. Each room is outfitted with a display screen and whiteboard.

Due to COVID-19, this space is currently unavailable at this time.

Think-Tank Policies:

Reservations are required. See here (form coming later)

Rooms are to be used for teams of no less than 3, and no more than 7 persons per room.

At least one participant must be a Baruch College student.

All participant names and email addresses are expected at the time of the reservation request.

All participant ID cards are to be provided to the Field Center staff upon arrival and returned upon room inspection.

Absolutely no food or drink allowed.

Reservations are subject to cancellation without any prior notice.

Bring your own laptop and connection cables. 

for inquiries please email