ICC empowers students at NYU Stern.
The Inter-Club Council was founded in the mid 1990s to serve as a connector between Stern's 26 pre-professional clubs and the school administration. As a connector, ICC works to develop strategies to improve the club system that include: increasing student engagement, fostering strong club programming, and building community at Stern. ICC also serves as a resource for both students and club leaders to get involved and take advantage of the opportunities at Stern.
ICC's Resources for Students
As a student at NYU Stern, one of the most important things you will learn is that your out-of-class experience is as valuable as your learning in the classroom. ICC's clubs provide countless opportunities to hone the skills to become polished professionals. Getting involved in the club system will help you develop both hard and soft skills such as networking, leadership, financial modeling, casing, data science, and team building. As a Stern student, you have the chance to take advantage of this learning opportunity by coming out to any of the 300+ events that are hosted each year.
How to get involved at Stern
- Attend weekly events - Events shown on ICC Weekly Undergraduate Newsletter each Sunday
- Join a club E-Board or the ICC E-Board
- Participate in Stern Spirit Week and Stern Charity Date Auction
- Found a new ICC Club
- Sign-up for a student focus group
It is never too late to get involved at Stern - please feel free to reach out to ICC at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about getting involved or connecting with members of the ICC club system. We wish you all the best of luck and hope to meet many of you in the coming year!