Connect with Student Clubs
Partnering with student organizations is an authentic and powerful strategy to promote your company's brand on campus, build your talent pipeline, and enhance NYU students’ professional development. Start by asking your internal NYU alumni and recent interns for recommendations, or review the resources below to discover an organization that meets your needs.
Wasserman Employer and Club Partner Program (ECP)
The Wasserman Employer and Club Partner Program (ECP) facilitates direct connections between employers and selected NYU student clubs or organizations to foster your company’s investment in supporting the next generation of leaders, and provide students with essential industry education and professional development.
Once an employer is introduced to an ECP club/organization, club members will lead engagement with the employers to participate in a club-related event or activity. All events or activities in which employers participate should be designed to enhance NYU students’ career education, professional development, skill building, and industry-based exposure.
To connect with an ECP club
Complete this 2-minute form, which captures your contact information and the club(s) you are most interested in connecting with. Please note, we limit requests to 3 clubs per company.
After an initial review of your company by a Wasserman staff member, you will receive a follow-up email with guidelines, along with email introductions to club leaders.
Browse the list of this year’s ECP student organizations below. This list is growing and more student organizations will be added throughout the year.
- The Wasserman Center does not share employer contact information with students directly. Employers must initiate the communication with ECP clubs after they are introduced via email.
- Please keep email@example.com copied in all communications with ECP club leaders.
- ECP clubs are trained to respond to employer inquiries within 2 business days.
- ECP clubs may accept or decline any employer’s request to participate in their club’s activities or events.
- Conducting information session-style events to recruit ECP club members for open positions is not allowed.
The Wasserman Center
- Is not affiliated with any club event that takes place outside the Wasserman office.
- Does not provide support to employers or clubs with planning the content or logistics for any events or activities.
- Is not affiliated with, nor endorses, any fundraising requests made by ECP club members.
- Cannot guarantee that an ECP club will agree to feature a representative from your company during their events based on your request.
- Cannot guarantee that an employer will receive a follow-up after emailing an NYU club or organization which is unaffiliated with Wasserman ECP.
- Does not allow employers to utilize ECP club engagement for the direct recruitment or promotion of open job or internship roles, and reserves the right to bar a company from future ECP engagement if this rule is not followed.
2023-2024 ECP Student Organizations
|Student Organization||Industry/Student Population||About the Org|
|American Society of Mechanical Engineers||STEM||Professional engineering society for students interested in mechanical engineering and all related disciplines.|
|Association for African Development||African students & community||Community based organization committed to pan-Africanism and aim to connect the diaspora and empower young adults to make a remarkable impact in Africa.|
|BioMedical Engineering Society||STEM||BMES aims foster a community for academic exchange and professional development through programs designed to communicate recent advances, discoveries, and inventions that integrate engineering and medicine.|
|Communications Club||Media & Communications||CommClub works closely with the NYU Steinhardt Media, Culture, and Communications (MCC) department to provide fun and informative events in the field of communications.|
|Cross Examiniation Debate Team||Debate/Law||Compete in partner style debate at many tournaments throughout the year online and in person. Members also participate in public service projects and coach others on debate topics.|
|Ethiopian & Eritrean Student Association||Ethiopian and Eritrean students & community||Provides a space for discussion and celebration of the diverse Ethiopian and Eritrean cultures.|
|Gallatin Research Incubator||Research||GRI is a network of undergraduate students interested in conducting systematic inquiries into the exploration of interdisciplinary topics.|
|Graduate Student Council at GSAS||Arts & Sciences||GSC is the official student government of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) which looks into welfare of it's graduate students in fields of academics, networking, and professional development.|
|Integrated Marketing Association||Marketing/Advertising||IMA is a dynamic and diverse student organization is committed to engaging, empowering, equipping and enriching every student’s journey towards avant-garde marketing.|
|International Relations and Politics Association||Global/Politics||IRPA aims to cultivate impactful and informed global leadership amongst the Masters students studying international relations and foreign policy by engaging them intellectually, culturally, socially, and professionally outside of the classroom.|
|Journal of Political Inquiry||Politics/International Relations||JPI is a student-led research, news, and political commentary online news magazine and academic journal from the International Relations graduate program.|
|Mathematical Finance Group||Math/Finance||Helps students realize their potential in quantitative finance, without being set back from their current academic challenges or the lack of resources.|
|National Society of Black Engineers||STEM/Black students & community||NSBE's mission is "to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community".|
|Nutrition Without Borders||Wellness/Social Impact||Housed at the School of Global Public Health and works to engage students in all public health concentrations, and in cross-cutting disciplines throughout the University, on food systems issues that affect global public health.|
|Pride Corp||LGBTQ+ Business||Affinity based organization committed to bringing community and business opportunities to LGBTQ+ undergraduate students.|
|Scholars of Finance||Finance||Seeks to solve the world’s largest problems by investing in undergraduate students through leadership development, mentorship, and the active support of hundreds of purpose-driven finance executives and investors.|
|Sigma Psi Zeta||Women/Non-Binary identifying students||A progressive multicultural Greek organization that provides a means to success and support for women and non-binary individuals, particularly people of color.|
|Smart Woman Securities||Women identifying students/Finance||SWS is geared towards educating undergraduate women in the fields of general finance, leadership, and personal investment through seminars, educational competitions, and mentoring.|
|Student Veteran Association||Student veterans and military-affiliated students||SVA seeks to advocate, provide, and bring together. By giving veterans the opportunity to foster community, access to information, events and resources, and an entity that will advocate on their behalf, we hope that the college experience can be made easier and more enjoyable for one of the most unique demographics in academia - the student veteran.|
|Supporting Excellence Advocating Diversity||Underrepresented Business students||SEAD is dedicated to fostering a community of educated, innovative, and engaged business leaders through professional development, academic enrichment, and leadership development.|
|Tisch Black Student Council||Arts/Entertainment||
Believes in empowering and fostering an environment of equality and artistry for black students. Committed to uplifting, unifying, and advocating for/serving black students within Tisch, NYU, and the world at large, we strive to invest in students' education, art, and growth by providing support and a sanctuary for creativity and fellowship.
|Undergraduate Law Society||
||Aims to help students explore the field of law by hosting informative events, building an inclusive community of mentors and mentees, and providing students with the skills, information, and resources necessary for law school admissions.|