The Program Board is a student-run organization dedicated to providing affordable, quality entertainment and special events for the entire NYU community. The Program Board reaches out to the university community by co-sponsoring major events and theme celebrations with other clubs and departments. The Program Board provides a wide variety of educational, cultural, diverse, and community-building programs. Past events have included concerts by Mikko Blanco, Kingdom, LEF1, and Vic Mensa, lectures by Kathleen Hanna, Chris Kraus, and Killer Mike, as well as popular film screenings and pre-release previews.
If you are interested in information about joining Program Board or their events, please call 212.998.4700 or email email@example.com.
Program Board offers opportunities to gain worthwhile experience while working with professionals in the arts and entertainment fields. Program Board members are responsible for every step of the event planning process, from booking of talent and contract negotiation to technical production and publicity. Committees include:
Membership is open to any enrolled undergraduate degree candidate who is willing to volunteer time and energy. Requirements for membership include attendance at meetings and participation in events.
Co-sponsorships provide the opportunity for the Program Board and other clubs to work together toward the common goal of creating stronger events that a greater number of people can enjoy. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212.998.4700 for more information.
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