Clubs & Associations

Start Building Your Professional Network

Meet other students who share your professional interests. Build new friendships, plan activities, and develop vital leadership and management skills that are essential for today's global workplace. Joining a club and becoming an active member will also earn you credit towards fulfilling your Community Impact goals in our Career Building Platform (CBP).

Accounting Club

Share your professional interests with fellow students, meet top NYC accountants, and attend industry events through the Institute of Management Accountants.
Contact: Joo-Kwang Yun, Ph.D., at or call 516.686.1173.

Advertising Club

The Advertising Club is here to allow NYIT students to provide different forms of advertising to small businesses around the city and NYIT school clubs. They will immerse themselves in the world of advertising, and their efforts will allow these students to gain real-life professional experience in this field while prioritizing their education.
Contact: Professor Rozina Vavetsi at or Professor Colleen P. Kirk at

Asian/Chinese Business Association

Immerse yourself in U.S. culture alongside fellow Asian students at New York Tech. Explore New York and its vast multicultural landscape as you discuss business issues related to the Asian/U.S. marketplace. You'll also have the opportunity to serve as a mentor to other New York Tech students.
Contact: Joyce Chiu at

Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization New York Tech Chapter

Engage your entrepreneurial spirit and make your business dreams come true. This club brings New York Tech students together to discuss the unique challenges and opportunities of building a small business in today's competitive global marketplace. Visit NYC startups to learn from professional entrepreneurs. Work in New York Tech's on-campus Business Incubator where you'll have the tools to launch your own company.
Contact: Derrrick Webster at

Financial Management Association International New York Tech Chapter

Prepare for a career in financial services and gain valuable leadership and organizational skills. Attend guest lecturers from industry leaders, visit major NYC financial landmarks, and build a professional network with top execs, including New York Tech alumni. Compete against other students in a stock market simulation and find out how much money you'd make with a $100,000 initial investment. Then compare your portfolio against those of other chapter members throughout the NYC area.
Contact: Peter Harris at or call 212.261.1642.

Indian Graduate Association

Meet and share experiences with other students from India. Discuss academic and social issues and the challenges of attending school far away from home. Engage with local community and fellow New York Tech students as you plan events and activities designed to celebrate Indian arts and culture.
Contact: Rakesh Mittal, Ph.D., at

Law Club

Gain greater insight into various aspects of legal issues and get the experience you need to gain admittance to law school. Meet with professional attorneys, visit NYC courts to observe proceedings, and discuss specifics of each case.
Contact: Joshua Bienstock at or call 516.686.7788.

Marketing Club

Join other New York Tech students in applying your marketing skills to real-world projects. Network with marketing professionals and enhance your practical marketing skills. Gain career and personal branding insights and leverage leadership opportunities. Students of all majors welcome.
Contact: Professor Colleen P. Kirk at

NYIT INFORMS Student Chapter

Form professional relationships with leading executives in the manufacturing and service industries. Attend guest lectures and learn the latest industry practices through onsite visits at top NYC companies.
Contact: Samer Charbaji, Ph.D., at

Society for Human Resource Management New York Tech Chapter

Expand your professional connections and experiential learning opportunities. We've earned national SHRM awards for our leadership and professional development programs, which include visits to major industry conferences and Fortune 500 companies, as well as seminars taught by leading human resources executives.
Contact: Patricia Brustman at or call 516.686.7722.

World of Business Club

The purpose of the club is to enrich students' business acumen through dynamic and palpable events, discussions, and experiences. The Club introduces students to unique perspectives that provide insight into potential career paths and bring life to the business curriculum.
Contact: Diamando Afxentiou, Ph.D., at