The Stern Energy and Infrastructure club organizes programming throughout the school year to provide members with educational, career and networking opportunities. 



The club publishes a weekly newsletter for members that lists upcoming events, highlights employment opportunities and summarizes current industry news. 


Industry Panels and Events

The club hosts industry panels to provide educational and networking opportunities for club members. Through the NYU Stern alumni network, we are very fortunate to have access to a diverse and experienced group of professionals. Panels facilitate challenging debate on cutting edge topics adding maximum value for members. Each panel is followed by a networking event.

The club also organizes an annual cross school networking event to bring together members of energy related club's from many of New York University's schools and colleges. The event allows for students to learn from the varied perspectives the University's diverse student population has to offer.


Conferences and Case Competitions

The club supports members to attend conferences and organizes teams to participate in major MBA energy case competitions. Conferences and case competitions are a great opportunity for students to learn practical skills which can enhance a resume, showcase skills, network and get ‘real world’ exposure to potential employers. In recent years club members have participated in the following conferences and competitions:

  • University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business: National Energy Finance Challenge (October)
  • University of Michigan Ross School of Business: Renewable Energy Case Competition (November/December)
  • Columbia University Energy Symposium (Conference and Case Competition, January/February)
  • HBS Energy Symposium (October)
  • MIT Energy Conference (February)



Each year the club arranges day treks to energy and infrastructure related facilities and businesses in the greater New York City area. The treks provide both hands on educational experiences and networking opportunities. Examples of past treks include:

  • Urban Future Lab
  • ConEdison's East River Generating Station


Lunch & Learns and Workshops

The club organizes a series of lunch & learns and workshops throughout the year with the objective of educating students about the energy and infrastructure sectors. Topics range from industry overviews, potential job roles and case studies.



NYU Stern offers a number of courses relevant to energy and infrastructure, including:

  • ECON-GB 2105 Energy and the Environment - 3 credits
  • ECON-GB.3375 Urban Systems - 3 credits
  • FINC-GB 2339 Real Estate Capital Markets - 3 credits
  • FINC-GB.3186 Project Finance and Infrastructure Investment - 1.5 credits
  • INTA-GB.2306 Business Drivers - Industry - 3 credits

The Energy and Infrastructure club maintains an updated list of all relevant courses available at Stern and other NYU divisions. The list is available in the members only section of the website.