CYC Baruch aims to provide our members with practical knowledge and hands-on experience for personal and professional development. Thus, our mission is two-pronged: providing accessible support to our city’s small business community, and developing the next generation of future business and consulting leaders.
ROles at cyc baruch
The Executive Board consists of the Executive President, Executive Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary, Engagement Director, Professional Development Director, Culture Director, and Marketing Director.
This team is responsible for the health and programming of the club.
As a CYC Baruch Analyst, you work with a team of 4-5 other student analysts: gathering and analyzing information, formulating and testing solutions, and developing and communicating recommendations.
An Engagement Manager is responsible for leading a team of 4-5 business analysts, serving as the main point of contact with the client, and identifying problems and brainstorming solutions to the client's needs.
Committee members support some the Executive Board. There are four committees at CYC Baruch: the Culture Committee, the Marketing Committee, the Professional Committee, and the Fundraising Committee. They are open to students who are or who have been a business analyst.
Learn about the Business analyst application process and how you can apply
Attend our information sessions and find out if CYC Baruch is right for you
Complete our application so we can get to know you better
If you pass the application screening process, you will be invited for an interview
If you pass the interview, you will be admitted into the organization as an analyst
What kind of students do you look for?We look for students who are passionate about helping their community, regardless of their major, background, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, or religious belief. Our members are authentic team players who take pride in their work and are open to improving themselves. If this sounds like you, then you are a prime candidate!
How much consulting experience is required?At CYC Baruch, we don't require members to come in with consulting experience. We welcome every student from any major to apply and believe that everyone has the capabilities to excel as a consultant.
How do I prepare for the interview?We will ask you predominantly behavioral questions, so we'd recommend googling examples of common behavioral questions and how to answer them. There will also be a case-lite question to see how you think. Don't worry too much about this - it's meant for us to assess your critical thinking skills.
What can I expect to gain as a member?As a member, you can expect to learn problem-solving strategies applicable to businesses and personal life utilization. In addition, you'll have the opportunity to meet and be part of a massive network of consulting professionals, join social events, and bond with a team!