Take Advantage of all the Marxe School Has to Offer
Often it’s the time spent outside of the classroom that can add the most value to your university experience. That’s why the Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs offers numerous opportunities to gain work experience, study abroad, and network with classmates here in New York City and beyond. Want be a Marxe assistant, study abroad, or join a student organization? Explore these and many other ways to complement your education.
The college experience shouldn’t be limited to classes and homework; join one of the Marxe School’s many student organizations and learn how to network, build leadership skills, and form relationships that can last a lifetime.
Each of our student clubs has its own Facebook page. We encourage you to “like” the page, and use it to sign up, engage, and maintain connections with other members.
Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to obtain public service experience by interning in government or the nonprofit sector. Students are eligible to earn academic credit for internships while developing employable skills and aptitudes.
Baruch College’s Office of National and Prestigious Fellowship Advising can help guide you through the steps to any kind of fellowship, from building your connections to faculty, to refining your initial ideas and all the way through the stages of writing your proposal.Fellowships offer incredible opportunities to expand horizons, broaden knowledge, and increase value as a future employee or degree candidate. There are hundreds of different scholarships and fellowships available to qualified students that can be found on Baruch’s Searchable Fellowships Directory. Please contact Baruch’s Fellowship Advisor to identify which programs are ideally suited to your background and goals.
All students are offered the opportunity to apply to nationally recognized professional organizations or to earn professional certifications. Each year, students are also encouraged to apply for funding to attend professional public policy and educational research conferences. Attending these conferences allows for networking with peers and faculty from other universities globally, and first-hand immersion in key public policy issues and research themes.