Business and Financial #LifeHacks (NYC)
You don’t have to wait for graduation to learn all the ins and outs of adulting. Learn about your financial responsibilities, how to start a company, and even how to rent commercial space—all on the NYC Campus!
Financial Reality Check
Monday, April 2 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | E326
What kind of financial expectations can you expect once you graduate? How can you prepare before it comes time to pay the bills? Let SDACA show you the way! They’ll be giving you all the low-down on real-world finance right here on campus.
Business Entity Formation
Monday, April 23 | 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. | W610
Looking for guidance on how to form a company? Lucky for you, the Pace Small Business Development Center has partnered with the City Bar Justice Center to explain the different forms of business structure to help you choose the right one for your business. Please register to attend the Business Entity Formation workshop.
Commercial Lease Negotiation
Wednesday, May 2 | 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. | W504
Are you in the process of starting a new business and interested in renting a commercial space, but don’t know where to start? The Pace Small Business Development Center and the City Bar Justice Center will be bringing you legal professionals who will present on the basics of commercial leasing. They will provide you with key point information on topics ranging from research you should do before deciding on a space, what you should look for in a written lease, selecting an appropriate lease term, and issues that may arise once you’ve signed the lease. Please register to attend the Commercial Lease Negotiation workshop.
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Class of 2020: Career Services wants to know—what’s next? Do you have a job lined up? Are you planning to go to grad school? Fill out the First Destination Survey today and be entered for a chance to win big.
Grads: What’s Next?
Kappa Delta Pi President Kealy Costigan ’20 has a passion for advocacy work. She’s pursuing a dual degree in childhood education (undergrad) and special education (master’s), hoping to create a safe space for ALL her future students.
The Passionate President
We’re commemorating the Class of 2020 on Wednesday, May 20, with a special virtual celebration you’re invited to take part in. Stay connected while sharing photos, fond memories, and more using #PaceGrad2020!
Class of 2020 Virtual Celebrations