Solve real-world issues and pitch your ideas to policymakers and contributors in the field at the Policy Case Competition hosted at New York University.
The Policy Case Competition (PCC) challenges students from all over the country to design a policy that addresses real world issues in a variety of topics, from local and national political issues to foreign affairs and disruptive technology. Competitors will have the chance to present their solutions to a panel of judges, from the Wall Street Journal, Wired Magazine, National Review, Roosevelt Institute, Goldman Sachs, New York Federal Reserve, City Hall, and more. This competition provides participating students with the great opportunity to improve their presentation skills, build networks and turn ideas into plans for action.
The deadline to register for this year’s PCC is March 8th. Students may sign up in groups of 4 – 5 students. We will sponsor transportation to New York City for teams who move onto the final round. For a list of this year’s topics and for details about the competition, please visit our website at nyupcc.org.
Space is limited, so sign up early! Register here on our website: http://www.nyupcc.org/cta/