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:
Our innovative, experiential programs make the city your classroom and your key to professional success.
- Stern Consulting Corps (SCC) - Aligned with a 1.5 credit management course entitled 'Consulting Practice: Process and Problem Solving,' SCC students learn how to solve complex business problems, from problem definition to final client presentation, while simultaneously working on a live consulting project. This hands-on opportunity allows students to work in teams to tackle a critical business issue or opportunity for an SCC client while applying in real time the key steps of the consulting process taught in the classroom. Past partners have included Carnegie Hall, City Harvest, International Rescue Committee and Step Up Women's Network. A Stern Consulting Corps engagement with City Harvest was featured in a New York Post article.
- Stern Signature Projects - This program provides specifically tailored opportunities to extend the MBA education beyond the classroom by deepening the understanding and engagement with a specific subject, idea and/or industry. Through Faculty Fellow Projects, The Clinton Foundation Haiti Initiative, CFDA Masters Workshop & newly created IDC Global Strategy Project, Stern Signature Projects provide students with unique opportunities to tackle real business challenges through targeted project engagements. Read more about the recent Stern Signature Project focusing on urbanization and policy change in Mexico City.
- Board Fellows Program - Select 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.