Hillel seeks to engage every Jewish university student, from those with strong Jewish backgrounds to those with none at all. They may take advantage of Hillel’s leadership opportunities, travel experiences, Israel education and advocacy, Jewish spiritual and intellectual enrichment, holiday services, volunteer and charitable projects, and more. By creating warm, supportive Jewish communities, Hillel encourages emerging adults to take ownership of their Jewish experience and define “Jewish” their own way. Success is gauged not only by the number of attendees at an event, but also by the depth and breadth of meaningful relationships and experiences.
The Office of Alumni Relations at Baruch College keeps in touch with Baruch alumni after graduation. We create events, form networks and groups, as well as provide tools for alumni to stay in touch with each other and Baruch.
TEAK serves 145 6th- through 12th-grade Fellows annually and currently supports 160 graduates through an Alumni Program. Since TEAK's inception, we can proudly report:
• TEAK has helped 100% of its active Fellows (twelve classes) earn admission to one or more academically selective high schools. They have secured nearly $31 million in aid representing 96% of their total tuition.
• The Fellows have been placed at top public, independent, and parochial high schools across New York City and the Northeast including The Brearley School, Bronx Science High School, Choate Rosemary Hall, Collegiate School, Deerfield Academy, Horace Mann School, Phillips Academy Andover, Phillips Exeter Academy, Regis High School, Riverdale Country School, Saint Ann’s School, St. Paul’s School, Stuyvesant High School, and Trinity School.
• 100% of the 12-grade Fellows from the first eight classes graduated from high school and were accepted at one or more colleges and universities. They collectively earned $23 million in financial aid.
• 100% of Fellows have matriculated to college – 87% of whom matriculated to top tier national universities or liberal arts colleges, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report, including 23% to the Ivy League.
• Members of the first four classes graduated from college and are now pursuing academic and professional endeavors including a Fulbright Scholarship, medicine, law, pharmacology, engineering, cancer research, AmeriCorps service, public health, journalism, finance, and teaching.
• Through TEAK's Public Service Internship Program, Fellows have cumulatively performed over 32,000 service hours over ten summers at non-profits including American Museum of Natural History and The Carter Burden Center for the Aging
• Over ten years of TEAK’s Private Enterprise Internship Program, companies including Bumble and bumble, Goldman, Sachs & Co., JPMorgan Chase, and SONY Music have hosted over 325 TEAK internships wherein Fellows have earned over $710,000 in wages.
• TEAK has earned 3- and 4-star ratings from Charity Navigator, the evaluation site’s highest rank- ings for financial management, and TEAK was rated the #1 education & literacy program in Contribute New York’s “2007 Contribute 200 – Guide to Investor-Worthy Charities.”
Fake Love is an innovative experiential design agency, crafting award-winning work that people want to share. We concept, design, fabricate, animate, generate and invent anything you can imagine. And some things you can’t.
Some call what we do experiential marketing or transmedia, others interactive design or new media art. We call it Fake Love.
By combining an unusual mixture of sport, design and entertainment, SPiN New York has created a unique day and nighttime venue with 17 ping-pong courts, a full bar, restaurant, pro-shop and private VIP room. SPiN is open to anyone and everyone during the day and 21+ after 9pm. Memberships are available for the more obsessed players, but not necessary to take part in our nightly events, tournaments, private ping-pong instruction with professional players, and casual socializing and play.
One Madison is a luxury residential condominium tower located on 23rd Street between Broadway and Park Avenue South, at the foot of Madison Avenue, across from Madison Square Park in the Flatiron District of Manhattan, New York City. The building's address is 23 East 22nd Street, where the main lobby is located.HistoryAlthough much of the area nearby is included in various historic districts - such as the Ladies' Mile Historic District, Gramercy Park Historic District and Madison Square North Historic District - the location of One Madison is not, enabling the building to be constructed "as of right" with the transfer of air rights from the shorter buildings that surround the site.When the building was originally announced, it was to be 47 stories and called The Saya; the name was changed to One Madison Park around the time that construction began in 2006 and then to One Madison after it was taken over by the Related Companies. The building as constructed has 60 stories. It features 360-degree views and contains 53 residential units, topped by an 6,850-square-foot triplex penthouse with a 586-square-foot wraparound terrace. The original asking price for the penthouse was $45 million, and was originally announced as including a butler with his own one-bedroom apartment on a lower floor. Prior to Related's take over of the building, the penthouse was under contract for $32 million, but that deal never closed.