One of The Chemists’ Club’s primary goals is to bridge the gap between academia and industry in the chemical and chemical engineering fields. To foster interest among the student populations of local Northeast institutions, The Chemists’ Club started student chapters to spearhead learning and training events on a local level.
Becoming a student member of the The Chemists’ Club allows access to exclusive events ranging from panels in which young professionals discuss their paths through their careers, to training sessions that focus on teaching students how to better conduct themselves in professional environments.
The following institutions have active student chapters in the Northeast American area:
- City College of New York
- Cooper Union
- Columbia University
- New York University (Washington Square)
- NYU Tandon School of Engineering
How to Join
For students of accredited secondary institutions, membership is FREE to The Chemists’ Club. The Chemists’ Club uses a third-party service to manage member’s accounts. You will be re-directed and asked to create an account. After your account is created, select the membership type that suits you best! Click below to sign up today!