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Students run virtual businesses in a Global Virtual Economy.   The Leadership Program bridges the gap between academic education and real-world implementation.   Student projects that have successfully grown into real entrepreneurial ventures.



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  Exploring and Pursuing Your Career

On Tuesday, May 6, 2008, nearly 20 students gathered at Baruch College, Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship for a Career Exploration Roundtable featuring Harvard alumnus and aspiring attorney Robert Gee, and Baruch senior and MLB (Major League Baseball) intern Maritza Alarcon. The conversation began with introductions and updates by student leaders.

Gee and Alarcon then spoke about how to best explore and pursue individual career interests. Gee shared anecdotes about his own path, and Alarcon revealed how she leveraged her experience at the Harvard Business School Summer Venture Management Program to ultimately land an internship with MLB and subsequent fellowship offer with the Boston Red Sox.

Participating students exchanged information about their projects, goals and activities. The session offered valuable networking opportunities for all who attended.


 

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