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Entrepreneurs Network

The NYU Entrepreneurs Network (NYUEN) is a multi-disciplinary collaborative of 21 entrepreneurship and innovation related graduate and undergraduate organizations representing students from ten schools across the University.

NYU student organizations run activities that help fledgling entrepreneurs hone their skills and meet like-minded peers. The NYUEN facilitates coordination and collaboration between the student organizations and their respective schools, NYU alumni and the larger New York City entrepreneurial and venture ecosystems. In doing so, the NYUEN strives to put NYU at the forefront of the NYC entrepreneurial and venture ecosystems. Meet our member organizations and the NYU schools, colleges and institutes they represent.  

Multi-school Initiatives

Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation Program in Social Entrepreneurship   

Mission: To attract, encourage and train a new generation of leaders in public service.

Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation Program in Social Entrepreneurship »


Mission:  To strengthen the entrepreneurial ecosystem in New York City by bringing together a select group of graduate students (“InSITE Fellows”), highly promising New York area based start-ups, and leading NYC-based venture capitalists and enabling them to contribute to this ecosystem through a unique mentorship and development program.


Kairos Society    

Mission: To bring together top students from around the world in an effort to foster the next generation of leaders to develop globally impactful innovations.

Kairos Society »


Mission: To enable technologists and entrepreneurs at NYU to collaborate, work together, and learn from one another.

Tech@NYU »

Women of Entrepreneurship (WoE)    

Mission: NYU’s first campus-wide student group for women entrepreneurs. Bringing together a wonderful group of passionate and dedicated women, the mission of WoE at NYU is to build community and connect the dots between the campuses’ existing resources with a cross-university cohort of female innovators, makers and entrepreneurs.

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Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences   

ACM (Association for Computing Machinery)

Mission: An organization consisting of students from a variety of backgrounds who share a common interest in computer science. The NYU ACM is open to all students, faculty, and staff of New York University, as well as our surrounding commuity.

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Masters Association for Computer Science (MACS)  

Mission: To build and foster a community for Masters students in the Department of Computer Science in order to enrich their educational experience through professional development, networking, teamwork activities, interdisciplinary interaction, and partnerships with other student organizations.

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Gallatin School of Individualized Study

Gallatin Business Club (GBC)  

Mission: To create a tight-knit network of bright individuals by taking an interdisciplinary approach to all things business. We focus on developing a diverse student community, providing competitive entrepreneurial opportunities, and nurturing partnerships with companies and other student organizations.

Gallatin Business Club »   

NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Association

Mission: To create an entrepreneurial and network building ecosystem that assists motivated students in transforming ideas into functional businesses.  

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Association »


Design For America

Mission: To bring open innovation to the community in order to design solutions for social good.

Design for America

College of Arts and Sciences


Mission: CASEA aims to promote entrepreneurship among NYU undergraduate students of every major and fields of interest, as well as to form a bridge between the large CAS entrepreneurial community with the rest of NYU. We believe that innovation and disruption can be applied to any industry both as an entrepreneur and intrapreneur.


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Leonard N. Stern School of Business

Net Impact  

Mission: To inspire, educate, and equip individuals to use the power of business to create a more socially and environmentally sustainable world.   

Net Impact »  

Stern HealthCare Association (SHA)   

Mission: To provide Stern MBA students with opportunities to understand the issues and challenges facing the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries and to identify possible career paths.     

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Social Enterprise Association (SEA)  

Mission: To serve as a resource and network for students who desire to use their business skills for social good in the for-profit, non-profit, and public sectors.   

Social Enterprise Association »   

Stern Entrepreneurial Exchange Group (EEG)    

Mission: To foster, nourish and promote entrepreneurship at the undergraduate level in both Stern and in the NYU Community.   

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Stern Entrepreneurs Exchange (EEX)

Mission: To help students, alumni, and affiliated entrepreneurs explore the different aspects of the start-up environment and achieve entrepreneurial success.

Stern Entrepreneurs Exchange »

Entertainment, Media and Technology Association (EMTA)

Mission: NYU Stern School of Business' Entertainment, Media and Technology Association (EMTA) is the premiere resource for top MBA and professional talent to engage in conversation on the most relevant issues facing EMT organizations worldwide. Coupled with Stern's highly regarded Entertainment, Media and Technology program, EMTA provides opportunities for motivated students who are committed to the pursuit of careers in the many functions within these industries.

Entertainment, Media and Technology Association »   

School of Law

Social Enterprise & Startup Law (SE-SL)  

Mission: To expose law students to the growing field of social entrepreneurship; inspire ideas for innovating the legal sector; work with lawyers and law students to identify how they can use their legal skills to impact, broaden and innovate the social entrepreneurship field; and to create a support network of law students invested in pattern-breaking, sustainable and scalable ideas for change.

Law and Social Enterprise Association »   

School of Medicine

NYU Biotechnology Association  

Mission: To comprehensively educate graduate students and post-doctoral associates in the biological sciences about the practical aspects of bioscience business development and application.

NYU Biotechnology Association »   

Tisch School of the Arts

ITP Entrepreneurs

Mission: To foster entrepreneurship, incubate new ideas & create products for the betterment of the ITP and greater NYU community & the world.

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Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service

Bridge at Wagner

Mission:  To connect Wagner students and professionals working and interested in social entrepreneurship and innovation.

Bridge at Wagner »  

Wagner Impact Investing Network (WIIN)    

Mission: WIIN seeks to empower students to be leaders in the field of impact investing. Through partnerships with other student groups and professionals, WIIN will provide educational seminars, professional training, and networking opportunities for the NYU community.


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