The Langone Retreat is held each year at the start of the fall semester.
It brings participants together from different stages of their Langone careers,
integrating them into a community over a fun-filled (and intellectually-stimulating) weekend.
The Langone Retreat is hosted by NYU's Part-Time Leadership Forum (PTLF).
Our mission is…
To provide a non-traditional educational program for Langone Program students, alumni,
faculty, and staff that will enhance professional skills and personal development.
Community building among attendees is a key tenet, as is developing cooperation, diversity,
and excellence in leadership.
What is this year’s theme?
The theme for this year's Langone Retreat is "Ready, Set, Goal".
Speakers/workshops and team-building activities throughout the weekend will
equip participants with a framework for setting and achieving goals in
their professional and personal lives. Of course, there will also be
plenty of time to relax, hang-out and, naturally, have a blast!
When is it?
Friday, September 15th - Sunday, September 17th 2006.
Where is it?
Iroquois Springs - camp and retreat center (Rock Hill, NY), 90 miles northwest of New York City.
Who is invited?
The Langone Retreat is open to anyone in the Langone
community and their guests. Incoming, continuing,
and graduating Langone students, alums, and members
of Stern’s staff, faculty, and administration.
How can I attend?
Spots are limited. Register today!
The cost of this year's Retreat is $225.
The Retreat Committee looks forward to seeing you at this year’s event!