Weissman Graduate Career Services HIGHLIGHTS Weissman Graduate Career Services HIGHLIGHTS On-campus
Weissman Graduate Career Services HIGHLIGHTS Weissman Graduate Career Services HIGHLIGHTS On-campus

Weissman Graduate Career Services HIGHLIGHTS Weissman Graduate Career Services HIGHLIGHTS On-campus

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  • Weissman Graduate Career Services

    HIGHLIGHTS

    On-campus Recruitment On March 25, 2015, WSAS Graduate Career Services held a recruitment opportunity for our Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Corporate Communication graduate students. Retensa, a company that works with client companies to “…attract, motivate, and retain employees…” came on campus to interview for their extensive Summer 2015 Internship Program. Idit Madanes, Organizational Development Associate at Retensa, interviewed 15 graduate students and hired 3 students as interns from both our Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Corporate Communication programs.

    Fall 2015

    CAREER NEWSLETTER The Spring 2015 semester was fi lled with amazing opportunities for our students and alumni! We stayed connected through one-on-one career advising, on and off campus activities, sharing over 100 job and internship postings, and enhancing our up-to-the-minute career website page. (http://www. baruch.cuny.edu/wsas/graduatecareers/). We sponsored/cosponsored a total of seven events, worked with student club leaders, and had 200 plus contacts with students and alumni.

    CAREER HIGHLIGHTS On March 6, 2015, a group of Industrial/Organizational Psychology graduate students visited the global business psychology consulting fi rm YSC in midtown. They met with YSC professionals and heard stories about their journeys in the world of consulting. Students also participated in a fun and thought provoking exercise utilizing YSC’s psychometric survey, the FIRO-B.

    “ The experience was one of the most rewarding days in the program. Going to YSC was an enlightening experience, and proved to me that the MS in I/O Psychology is a dynamic degree that can be used across industries to help businesses thrive.” - ALLISON WOLFE,

    MS INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, ‘

    “ I really appreciated the real-life experience that YSC professionals brought to us. The FIRO-B (psychometric survey) approach in the interactive workshop we participated in, actually led me to study and apply it in my ongoing Psychology of Small Groups and Teams course-project at Baruch.”

    - MENGXI CAO, MS INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, ‘

    YSC Site-visit

    “ The interview process with Retensa was in-depth; they test for both technical and behavioral skills. What I like most about my internship is the opportunity to get hands- on experience in OD/HR consulting. The focus of the consulting projects is on survey design, employee turnover analytics and trainings. I have also learned that people who intern with Retensa have been hired at organizations such as Google and JPMorgan, which sounds like it’s a great place to learn and get experience!”

    - NATALIIA ROMANYSHYN, MS INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, ‘

    company that works with client companies to

    Internship Program. Idit Madanes, Organizational

    , interviewed 15 graduate Retensa On-campus visit

  • BCCGSA NETWORKING On May 20, 2015, the Baruch Corporate Communication Graduate Student Association (BCCGSA) and WSAS Graduate Career Services cosponsored a networking social for Corporate Communication students and alumni. Valerie Pritchard, Digital/ Social Strategist at Makovsky, was our featured guest. She presented on “The New Paradigm in PR.”

    Lunch with the Dean The second in a series of lunches with Dean Jeffrey Peck was held on April 21, 2015.

    The WSAS Graduate Career Services hosted “Lunch with the Dean”, with the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, Dean Jeffrey Peck and graduate students representing all graduate programs. Students had the unique opportunity to meet and connect with the Dean and have an intimate discussion regard- ing school, world issues, and life!

    “ It was very generous for Dean Peck to take time from his busy schedule and meet with students. It was evident that he cares about the program and the students.” - FAMA GUEYE, MA CORPORATE COMMUNICATION, ‘19

    Elyse Mendel, Director Weissman Graduate Career Services Baruch College –Weissman School of Arts and Sciences

    I/O Psychology Career Day On March 27, 2015, students from the Industrial/Organizational Psychology program attended the Metropolitan New York Association of Applied Psychology– Career Day. They were able to ask questions about various career paths in the field of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, as well as network with professionals in the field. Panelists presented on the value of the Master’s and Ph.D. degrees, and “What a Recruiter Looks For”. It was great to see Nabila ’09 and Dan ’10 serving as conference panelists!

    WSAS Career Services Website: weissmancareers@baruch.cuny.edu

    “ One of the things I appreciate most from Baruch’s Corporate Communication program is the opportunity to build a network of brilliant professionals from around the world. Your alumni events help us continue to build and strengthen those ties long after graduation.” - CORI CARL, MA CORPORATE COMMUNICATION, ‘15

    Corporate Communication Networking Social Eric Lugo, MA ’14; Melissa Sierra, MA ’16; Meeckel Beecher, MA ‘15

    Nabila Sheikh, MS in Industrial/ Organizational Psychology ’09 Senior Manager, Organizational Development, Career & Competency, Pepsi Co

    On May 7, 2015, Elyse Mendel, Weissman Gradu- ate Career Services

    Director, conducted a Mental Health Counseling Career Workshop for our MHC graduate students. Students were provided tips on resume and cover letter composition, and on strategic job search techniques specific to the mental health counseling field.

    Dan Cashman, MS in Industrial/ Organizational Psychology, ’10 Lean Process Improvement Manager, University of Maryland Baltimore Washington