What Role do YOU Play? >> Rob Schwartz coaches BIC Capstone teams
TBWA Chair and Executive Coach leads 2nd year BICsters in a team dynamics workshop
BIC is Shaping the Infrastructure Workforce >> Non-Profit Capstone 2023
2nd year BIC students meet Non-Profit Capstone client: The Charles Rangel Infrastructure Workforce Initiative (RIWI).
BICsters Pitch the Future of Flour with the Launch of UN(THINK)
Thanks to these BIC campaigns, the breakthrough UN(THINK) Power Flour has fresh ideas on how to launch.
Spring Capstone Helps Launch New Breakthrough Brand UN(THINK)
2nd year BICsters meet their Corporate Capstone client: UN(THINK)
BIC Helps Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E. Transform Grief into Action.
Non-Profit Pitch Night produces tears of sorrow…and gratitude.
The Time to S.A.V.E. is Now >> BICsters Fight for a Safer Harlem
2nd year BICsters meet their Non-Profit Capstone client, Harlem Mothers Stop Another Violent End (S.A.V.E.)
BICsters Pitch Wells Fargo To Define the Future Of Banking In This Year’s Corporate Capstone
If these BIC campaigns have anything to do with it, the future of banking looks bright
Creating the Future of Banking with Wells Fargo >> BIC 2022 Corporate Capstone
BICsters in the Class of 2022 focus on Gen Z to create integrated marketing communications campaigns for Wells Fargo
BICsters are READI to Take on Breast Cancer
The Fall 2020 Non-Profit Capstone developed integrated marketing communications campaigns in partnership with Memorial Sloan Kettering/CCNY and their research collaboration Redressing Access to and Disparities in Immunotherapy for Breast Cancer (READI).
Race, Inequality, and Health: Award-Winning Journalist Linda Villarosa Visits BIC Capstone
On September 17th, BICsters had the opportunity to hear from award-winning journalist, educator, novelist and New York Times contributor, Linda Villarosa.