Clinton Global Initiative University
To harness the potential of the next generation of leaders from campuses around the world, the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGIU) convenes an annual meeting where students, youth organizations, and renowned experts come together to turn ideas into action. As either individuals or groups, students develop a “commitment to action” plan that addresses a pressing global issue.
Davis Project for Peace
NYU is a Davis United World Scholars Program partner school, allowing undergraduate students to apply for a funding grants of $10,000 each. Davis Projects for Peace proposals are submitted by students, and implemented the following summer to promote peace, build understanding, and address the root causes of conflict among parties.
NYU Reynolds Changemaker Challenge
Provides an opportunity for NYU undergraduate students to fulfill their visions of sustainable and scalable social change. Through a comprehensive array of workshops and resources, students establish non-profits, for-profits or hybrid organizations that bring about positive social impact in communities across the country and around the world.
NYU Reynolds D-Prize Social Venture Competition
Unites cutting-edge universities around the world to conduct their own global venture competitions, providing support for their students' efforts to scale and launch sustainable, proven poverty solutions in the developing world. The competition integrates university resources, encourages shared values and curriculum, and multiplies the power of each participating school.
Stern $300K Entrepreneurs Challenge
Comprises three individual competitions focused on disruptive ideas with significant impact: new ventures, social ventures, and technology ventures. Teams participate in coaching sessions, design thinking workshops, business modeling and networking opportunities; and competition winners share a total of $300K in cash and startup services.
NYU Summer Launchpad
A 10-week accelerator for teams of NYU student entrepreneurs that provides $10,000 in grant funding (non-dilutive, zero equity), startup skills bootcamps, individual coaching from NYC entrepreneurs and early stage investors, collaborative workspace for the summer, pro-bono legal incorporation counsel, web hosting credits and other perks to help get your venture launched.
Presidential Internship Program
Offers rising juniors with paid internship opportunities in higher education administration at NYU, providing meaningful work experiences in various career fields, structured leadership development and professional skills, mentorship from a senior NYU administrator, and learning opportunities about graduate school options.