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Finance, Accounting, Real Estate, and Sales

Welcome to the CAPS Community for Finance, Marketing, Real Estate, and Sales - a place where you can make connections and partnerships for success with career advisors, faculty and alumni. This community represents diverse career options across many types of organizations. There are many facets to careers in these areas ranging from business to business (B2B) as well as business to consumer (B2C) and those who pursue careers in these fields tend to possess personal competitive characteristics and business insights that help them continue and navigate their careers in any economy. Careers in Banking, Commercial and Residential Real Estate, on Wall Street and within Customer Success, fall within this community. 

Yeshiva University’s rigorous curriculum prepares you with strengths that are especially relevant to these areas and this community will provide you with the professional connections and partnerships you need.

You are encouraged to get started by engaging with your CAPS Community Career Advisor by scheduling an appointment in Yeshiva University Career Link (YUCL) to meet with Sharon Mella-Reyes, the CAPS Community Advisor for Finance and Accounting, or with Illana Julius, the CAPS Community Advisor for Real Estate and Sales.

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Finance Club

For more information, contact Sima Gollub at sgollub@mail.yu.edu or Coby Cohen at ccohen8@mail.yu.edu.

Learn about Finance Club

Finance Club

The Finance Club is designed to help expose interested students to available opportunities within the industry. Through events hosted by the club, advice from upperclassmen, and available internship openings posted on the club's main forum, students of all majors can learn about what a career in Finance entails. The club also works in partnership the the Career Center to help students prepare professional resumes for the application process, and offers guidance on the best experiences and courses for students to learn from.

 

Business Ethics Society

For more information, contact Adira Singer at asinger7@mail.yu.edu or Yehuda Goldman at ygoldma1@mail.yu.edu.

Learn about Business Ethics Society

Business Ethics Society

Entertainment Business Club

For more information, contact Alana Reichenberg at alana.reichenberg@yu.edu or Uri Kruger at ukruger@mail.yu.edu.

Learn about Entertainment Business Club

Entertainment Business Club

The Entertainment Business Club is for any student interested in working in the entertainment industry. The club brings in speakers to talk about their careers, as well as give advice to our members as to how best to break into the business. Notable speakers include Doug Herzog (former president of Viacom), Brad Turrel (chief communications officer for APA), and Yosef Herzog (state manager for The Today Show).

 

 

Venture Capital Club

For more information, contact Eva S Abraham at esabraha@mail.yu.edu or Jonathan Schwab at jschwab@yu.edu.

Learn about Venture Capital Club

Venture Capital Club

We publish a biweekly newsletter to give students the ability to be published and grapple with timely issues in the VC field. Through events and the newsletter, we aim to educate students and more importantly give them the resources to learn on their own about venture capital.

Yeshiva University Accounting Society

For more information, contact Alana Reichenberg at alana.reichenberg@yu.edu or Joshua Wiener at jdwiener@mail.yu.edu.

Learn about Yeshiva University Accounting Society

Yeshiva University Accounting Society

Welcome to Yeshiva University's Accounting Society! We guide students of all majors to understand the language of business and explore career opportunities in accounting. Those who join the accounting society are active members with access to a large network to use to their advantage! We also run several events throughout the semester, some of which prepare students for the upcoming recruitment cycles, where they will be prepared for applications, interviews, and networking. We also plan on running an event soon that gives students a feel for why they should major in accounting: the usefulness of an accounting degree and the various types of jobs they can apply for with an accounting degree, whether in public or private accounting, finance, or even law.

finance club the pursuit of an opportunity

Finance Club

For more information, contact Sima Gollub at sgollub@mail.yu.edu or Coby Cohen at ccohen8@mail.yu.edu.

Learn about Finance Club

Finance Club

The Finance Club is designed to help expose interested students to available opportunities within the industry. Through events hosted by the club, advice from upperclassmen, and available internship openings posted on the club's main forum, students of all majors can learn about what a career in Finance entails. The club also works in partnership the the Career Center to help students prepare professional resumes for the application process, and offers guidance on the best experiences and courses for students to learn from.

 

Business Ethics Society

For more information, contact Adira Singer at asinger7@mail.yu.edu or Yehuda Goldman at ygoldma1@mail.yu.edu.

Learn about Business Ethics Society

Business Ethics Society

Entertainment Business Club

For more information, contact Alana Reichenberg at alana.reichenberg@yu.edu or Uri Kruger at ukruger@mail.yu.edu.

Learn about Entertainment Business Club

Entertainment Business Club

The Entertainment Business Club is for any student interested in working in the entertainment industry. The club brings in speakers to talk about their careers, as well as give advice to our members as to how best to break into the business. Notable speakers include Doug Herzog (former president of Viacom), Brad Turrel (chief communications officer for APA), and Yosef Herzog (state manager for The Today Show).

 

 

Venture Capital Club

For more information, contact Eva S Abraham at esabraha@mail.yu.edu or Jonathan Schwab at jschwab@yu.edu.

Learn about Venture Capital Club

Venture Capital Club

We publish a biweekly newsletter to give students the ability to be published and grapple with timely issues in the VC field. Through events and the newsletter, we aim to educate students and more importantly give them the resources to learn on their own about venture capital.

Yeshiva University Accounting Society

For more information, contact Alana Reichenberg at alana.reichenberg@yu.edu or Joshua Wiener at jdwiener@mail.yu.edu.

Learn about Yeshiva University Accounting Society

Yeshiva University Accounting Society

Welcome to Yeshiva University's Accounting Society! We guide students of all majors to understand the language of business and explore career opportunities in accounting. Those who join the accounting society are active members with access to a large network to use to their advantage! We also run several events throughout the semester, some of which prepare students for the upcoming recruitment cycles, where they will be prepared for applications, interviews, and networking. We also plan on running an event soon that gives students a feel for why they should major in accounting: the usefulness of an accounting degree and the various types of jobs they can apply for with an accounting degree, whether in public or private accounting, finance, or even law.

Review Community Resources

Each CAPS Community provides discipline specific resources to help you with your career strategy. Use the industry specific guides to research top companies and hiring practices in your field of interest. Preparing for an interview or researching a career option? The news articles are current and relevant and can help keep you informed and able to speak with confidence about current topics within your field. Have a question about the curriculum for a specific area of study? The CAPS Faculty are here for you to answer any questions you may have, regardless of what your major is. You can reach out to them directly within your CAPS Community.

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Faculty Partners

Your faculty partners at Yeshiva University want nothing more than for you to be successful. All faculty are available to answer your questions pertaining to major choice, program rigor, and career possibilities. The specific faculty in this CAPS Community are connected to the SGC and these specific industries.

Gil Peleg

Gil Peleg
Marketing
Faculty

Leonard Fuld

Leonard Fuld
Accounting

C.A.P.S. Connections and partnerships for success

Debra Frohlinger
Marketing

James Kahn

James Kahn
Economics
Henry and Bertha Kressel University Professor of Economics; Chair, Department of Economics

Marian Gidea

Marian Gidea
Mathematics
Professor and Chair of Mathematics

Tamar Avnet

Tamar Avnet
Marketing
Professor of Marketing; Chair of the Marketing Department

C.A.P.S. Connections and partnerships for success

Archishman Chakraborty
Finance
Mel Harris Chair in Insurance and Risk; Department Chair - Finance

Maria Blekher

Maria Blekher
Digital Strategy
Director, YU Innovation Lab; Clinical Associate Professor of Digital Strategies

Emil Prodan

Emil Prodan
Math
Director, Professor of Physics

Gil Peleg

Gil Peleg
Marketing
Faculty

Leonard Fuld

Leonard Fuld
Accounting

C.A.P.S. Connections and partnerships for success

Debra Frohlinger
Marketing

James Kahn

James Kahn
Economics
Henry and Bertha Kressel University Professor of Economics; Chair, Department of Economics

Marian Gidea

Marian Gidea
Mathematics
Professor and Chair of Mathematics

Tamar Avnet

Tamar Avnet
Marketing
Professor of Marketing; Chair of the Marketing Department

C.A.P.S. Connections and partnerships for success

Archishman Chakraborty
Finance
Mel Harris Chair in Insurance and Risk; Department Chair - Finance

Maria Blekher

Maria Blekher
Digital Strategy
Director, YU Innovation Lab; Clinical Associate Professor of Digital Strategies

Emil Prodan

Emil Prodan
Math
Director, Professor of Physics

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