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Officer Opportunities


Becoming a club officer gives you an opportunity to take on a leadership position at Stern. There are 39 different Stern clubs ranging from professional to community to sports and social. The Office of Student Engagement helps motivate and coach student leaders, fostering a collaborative environment that creates a rewarding experience for the entire MBA community.

MBA1s are selected to become officers in the fall of their first year, while rising MBA2 officers are selected in the spring of their first year.

For more information on clubs and officers, please visit the individual clubs’ websites.

Example opportunities for first year MBA students:

Executive Vice President (EVP): Supervise the performance of MBA1 officers in regular duties and in preparing and executing events. Advise president(s) on all matters concerning club, MBA1 officers, and events.

Assistant Vice President (AVP) of Corporate Relations: Create and maintain relationships with companies on behalf of club. Coordinate and attend corporate events such as Lunch & Learns, Fireside Chats, and offsite events.

Assistant Vice President (AVP) of Trek: Organize club trek, serve as key contact for organizations and agencies abroad relevant to trek.

Example opportunities for second year MBA students:

President: Set tactical (short-term) and strategic (long-term) goals while also preserving the history, culture, and vision of the club

Vice President (VP) of Alumni Relations: Develop ideas and events to continue engagement of alumni.Coordinate with the Office of Alumni relations to plan and execute alumni events.

Vice President (VP) of Career: Organize career-related events catered to member interests, including a fall introduction to jobs, and other panels and workshops. Further develop club’s structured career development program, including workshops, resume review, mock interview, and career advice office hours.