In partnership with select non-profit organizations, for-profit companies, and leading Stern faculty, the Stern Consulting Corps (SCC) program connects students with unique opportunities to extend their MBA education beyond the classroom to help tackle real business challenges and opportunities. SCC students receive mentorship from leaders in top-tier consulting firms as well as faculty advisors to provide expertise during their learning experience.
A highly competitive fellowship, SIIF supports select first-year MBA students pursuing summer internships with nonprofit organizations and for-profit social enterprises. Interested students apply for SIIF funding during the spring of their first year.
The Launch Projects Course (LPC) is a for-credit option for select students who are committed to in-depth exploration of transforming pressing issues of today into positive opportunities for business and society as a whole. With the guidance of a leading faculty mentor and a like-minded team of peers, LPC challenges students to explore, construct, and take thoughtful action on projects of their own design.
NYU Stern Board Fellows matches select 2nd year Stern MBA students with the boards of New York City-based non-profit organizations for nine- month fellowships. Board Fellows serve as non-voting board members, attend board meetings, and complete a strategic governance project for the board.