Learn firsthand what it takes to become a leader in your field, through team projects, student council, and other campus groups.
One of the goals of NYU Tandon is to teach students how to function effectively in teams, both as leaders and as members. Out-of-the-classroom experience plays a crucial part in the development of this skill. Therefore, students are invited and challenged to live out what they are learning in the classroom. Consider the following opportunities to gain real-world leadership and team work experience.
NYU Tandon students have the opportunity to take on a variety of leadership roles. Student leaders are instrumental in enhancing the quality of campus life through co-curricular activities such as institutional governance, clubs, organizations, special committees, recreational and cultural endeavors, and the planning and production of special programs.
Explore the following links for information on how to get involved:
- Engaging Engineers
- Student Clubs Directory
- Undergraduate Student Council
- Graduate Student Council
- Undergraduate Orientation Leaders
- Graduate Orientation Leaders
- Undergraduate Mentorship Program mentors
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