Academic and Professional Clubs/Organizations

Our Academic/Professional clubs/organizations are connected with an academic area of study and forms connections with classroom materials to the external world and professional organizations

Manhattanville College's National Association for Music Education (MCNAfME)

To form a community for music lovers and discuss and learn ways of bringing fun and positivity into a music classroom, as well as to stay up to date with the education world.

President: Jillian Donnellan

Advisor: Jerry Kerlin

Visit our Meetings: TBD

 

Manhattanville's Philosophy Club

Our purpose is to gather with other students and discuss philosophical topics. We seek to grow as individuals and facilitate discussion for those who are not used to philosophical arguments or have never taken a philosophy course. The philosophy club is accepting of all schools of thought, we are not here to shame those who think differently, nor convince everything to think the same way. We are here to see if we can get everyone thinking for themselves.

President: Amanda Westin Da Rocha

Advisor: Paul Kucharski

Visit our Meetings: Thursdays at 3pm, Brownson Hall 132

 

Model United Nations

To attend Model UN conferences in order for students to gain networking opportunities, understand how the UN system works, and simulations of the general assembly meetings in order to gain knowledge of international politics and diplomacy.

President: Peter Brosnan

Advisor: Christopher Sarver

Visit our Meetings: TBD

 

Music Industry Club (MIC)

The Music Industry Club is a club built to help students make connections in the real world before graduating. Through the club students have gotten the opportunity to speak with representatives from The Capitol Theatre, iHeartRadio, Downtown Music Publishing and many more. Students have also been able to tour The Capitol Theatre, SONY Records and SiriusXM Radio. These are great ways to not only to make connections but help find internships as well. The Music Industry Club is an outlet to help students find their place in the world of music, network and expand their horizons.

President: Serena Smacchia

Advisor: Harvey Rachlin

Visit our Meetings: Wednesdays at 6:30pm, Music Building 7

 

 

The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS)

The NSLS’s purpose is to help people discover and achieve their goals. The NSLS offers life-changing lectures from the nation's leading presenters and a community where like-minded, success- oriented individuals come together and help one another succeed. The NSLS also serves as a powerful force of good in the greater community by encouraging and organizing action to better the world.

President: Christina Karathomas

Advisor: Gillian Greenhill Hannum

Visit our Meetings: TBD