The best way to make the most out of your experience at LCW is to get involved in student-run societies, events, and activities. Below is a partial list of the many student-run societies we offer on campus:
Recent events include a visit from Becker CPA Review, Roger CPA Review, and a business career panel. Under the guidance of Professor Devorah Ehrlich.
Recent events include Broadway shows, Improv Nights, Coffee Houses/Open-mic nights; annual school productions. Under the guidance of Mrs. Judy Rieser.
Participate in open-poetry night in celebration of National Poetry Month. Write for the literary journal, The Orchard.
Political Science Society
Under the guidance of Dr. David Luchins.
Pre-Health Sciences Society (Includes pre-medicine and pre-dental)
Gain insight into the different aspects of working in medicine from various speakers in the medical field; take part in special projects, volunteer work and research; or join discussions on current issues in medicine. Under the guidance of Dr. Tova Werblowsky.
Psi Chi (International Honor Society in Psychology)
Under the guidance of Professor Naomi Klapper.
Sharsheret / American Cancer Society
Part of “Sharsheret on Campus,” a program that helps develop events and programs for college students to raise awareness about breast health and breast cancer in Jewish families, Sharsheret events include Pink Week, Q & A forums with medical professionals, and more. Under the guidance of Mrs. Judy Rieser.
TLC (Torah Learning Club)
A student-run weekly learning group.
What would you like to do?
Our students have also formed societies in art, biology, speech, psychology, and choir. They’ve set up a CPA review course and organized blood drives. Whatever your passion, there’s something at LCW for you.
Have an idea for a society and want to make it happen? Contact Mrs. Amy Gross, Director of Student Programming, at 212-287-3504 or firstname.lastname@example.org.