Baruch College’s ongoing celebration of Latino/a Heritage Month continues with a job fair and leadership summit sponsored by National Hispanic Corporate Achievers (NHCA), a nonprofit organization that provides networking and career development opportunities for Hispanics in the corporate world.
The NHCA job fair, taking place on Tuesday, Oct. 9 in Room 14-220 of the Newman Vertical Campus, gives undergraduate and graduate students at the Zicklin School of Business a chance to discuss diversity and career opportunities with representatives from major corporations.
The fair is divided into two afternoon sessions, with the first begining at 12 noon and ending at 2:00 pm, and a second session beginning at 2:00 pm and ending at 4:00 pm. Recent graduates and mid-career executives are invited to attend special networking sessions and to learn about opportunities in their field. To register for one of the job fair sessions at Baruch College, visit http://www.hispanicachievers.org/events_jobfair.asp/.
The organization will also hold its annual leadership summit, entited “Developing Hispanic Leadership: Lead, Learn and Grow,” at Baruch on Thursday, Oct. 11. The all-day event will begin at 8:00 am in the 14th floor conference center of the Newman Vertical Campus. Visit http://www.hispanicachievers.com/events_seminar.asp for more information on the day’s agenda.
NHCA has promoted the hiring, retention, and promotion of qualified Hispanics in the corporate world for more than 24 years. Baruch, consistently ranked at the top of the list of the most ethnically diverse colleges in the country according to US News & World Report, began a formal partnership with NHCA last year.