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.
Marketing Society (American Marketing Association AMA National)
Under the guidance of Professor Michelle Tendler.
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.
Student Council runs LCW events like the Chanukah Chagiga, Purim Chagiga, fundraising bake sale, chessed events, blood drives, and more! Under the guidance of Mrs. Naomi Kohl.
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. Esther Kahn, Director of Student Programming, at 212-287-3504 or firstname.lastname@example.org.