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The Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York
The Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York (CBSAC/NY) has 1,000+ members, 22 industry-specific and internal committees, and organizes over 40 club-created events annually. The CBSAC/NY acts as a unique business, networking and educational resource for Columbia Business School graduates, faculty and students in New York City and surrounding region, as well as other professionals interested in the educational events.
The goal for the CBSAC/NY is to strengthen the Columbia Business School alumni network by providing interesting and diverse events, which keep alumni up to date for professional development and to provide an opportunity for alumni to network with other professionals who are interested in the same topics.
The CBSAC/NY has affordable membership dues and 1st year alumni receive complimentary membership. Learn more by visiting the CBSAC/NY website at www.cbsacny.org.
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