The Office of Student Engagement runs a range of programs that expand your perspective and explore your potential to create value for the world through business. Taking advantage of Stern’s location at the center of global business, the Office of Student Engagement connects you with opportunities to tackle real business challenges and to transform ideas into action that makes an impact on a broad scale. Programs include:
Stern delivers education and engagement beyond the classroom
- Stern Consulting Corps (SCC) - Since its inception in 2002, the Stern Consulting Corps (SCC) has partnered thousands of students with prominent non-profit and for-profit organizations to help make a lasting business-driven impact. SCC students learn how to solve complex business problems, from problem definition to final client presentation, while simultaneously working on their live consulting project. This hands-on experiential learning opportunity allows students to work in teams to tackle a critical business issue or opportunity while applying the skills, tools and frameworks they are learning in the classroom.
- A Stern Consulting Corps engagement with City Harvest was featured in a New York Post article
- SCC's partnership with Jersey City's Economic Development Corporation to revise its strategy and expand its impact was featured in the Financial Times
- Stern Signature Projects - Stern Signature Projects provide specifically tailored opportunities for students to extend their MBA education beyond the classroom by deepening their understanding and engagement with a specific subject, idea and/or industry. Past Stern Signature Project teams have partnered with leading NYU faculty on cutting-edge research to help solve real world problems and supported entrepreneurs domestically and in developing countries across a range of industries. Stern Signature Projects offer a tremendous opportunity for students to take even greater personal ownership of their educational and professional development at Stern.
- Board Fellows Program - Select second-year MBA students serve on the boards of NYC-based nonprofit organizations for nine-month fellowships. Fellows act as non-voting members, work on committees and complete a strategic project for the board. Board Fellows partners have included the Alzheimer's Association of New York, The Fresh Air Fund and Grow NYC.
- Social Impact Internship Fund (SIIF) - A highly competitive fellowship, SIIF supports select first-year MBA students pursuing summer internships with nonprofit organizations and for-profit social enterprises. Learn more about SIIF in the sidebar video.