Student Leadership & Engagement is currently seeking student assistants. The Leadership & Involvement Student Assistant team will serve as important points of contact for all visitors in the fourth and fifth floor hub for various student-centered departments in Talley Student Union. The team will provide coverage for hours operation from 8:30 AM-10:00 PM weeknights (Monday-Friday) and 4-5 hours weekend shifts still to be determined. APPLY
Nominate Members of the Wolfpack for the Student L.E.A.D. Awards
Student Leadership, Engagement and Development Awards
We are excited to announce Student Leadership and Engagement's, Student L.E.A.D. Awards. This awards program was established to recognize students for their contributions to student organizations, community service and co-curricular excellence. The 2015 Awards program will be held on Wednesday, April 21st, at 5:00PM in the Talley Ballroom. This program will recognize students and student organizations for their outstanding achievements during the 2014-2015 academic year.
Our Committee's mission: The Student L.E.A.D. Awards identifies students who contribute to building NC State's diverse community. Rooted in University traditions and values, these awards enrich the experiences and recognize the achievements of our students, while stimulating their potential as informed and engaged leaders.
Awards will be presented in three categories: Service, Leadership and Outstanding Achievement.
We invite you to help us recognize our students and their programs. Nominations forms will be accepted through 5:00 PM March 25th ,2015. We look forward to celebrating our students and highlight some of their accomplishments from this year.
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Deborah S. Moore Service Awards, created in Spring 1977, is a memorial recognizing exemplary service by NC State students and organizations. Deborah S. Moore, a graduate of NC State, served as the first Volunteer Coordinator of the NC State Student Center. She made many contributions to society, including volunteer work, teaching English to retired Spanish-speaking people, working with people with disabilities and individuals who were under-resourced. A Beaufort County native, Mrs. Moore was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie R. Singleton.
Since 1987, The Leadership Challenge has provided individuals and organizations with a framework for exemplary leadership. Authors Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner believe that, despite our differences, leadership exists in five common categories composed of observable skills and abilities. These categories are the basis for the Leadership Challenge Awards.
Join Student Involvement in recognizing the amazing work of our student organization members and advisors. We are excited to introduce our inaugural Student Organization Outstanding Achievement Awards. The Outstanding Achievement Awards are presented to those student organizations, leaders, and advisors that have demonstrated excellence in on campus. Organizations can apply or be nominated to different categories that fit their achievement.
Shack-A-Thon, Other Efforts Earn NC State Habitat for Humanity Chapter Recognition
March 17, 2015
RALEIGH, NC - Over 600 supporters crowded the North Raleigh Hilton Grand Ballroom Wednesday morning for Habitat for Humanity Wake County’s Blueprint Breakfast: the organization’s largest annual event. The gathering is a culminating celebration and fundraiser for the group that provides housing for low-income families throughout Wake County.
Along with comments from families helped by Habitat builds, top volunteers were recognized at the event. NC State’s Habitat for Humanity team was recognized as a Bronze Hammer volunteer. The recognition level is designated for organizations having contributed $20,000 - $34,999 to Habit for Humanity this year.
NC State Habitat for Humanity team has used fundraising activities like Shack-a-thon to become one of Habitat’s top contributors, but the group’s efforts are not limited to North Carolina. Many members of the group spent last week building homes in Birmingham, Alabama.
The event also marks Habitat Wake’s 30th anniversary, with over 500 homes built to date. Over 1,000 families have been impacted by the organization’s efforts.
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Make the most of your time at NC State and explore the vast opportinities available to students to GET INVOLVED! Studies show that student involvement in college reaps a number of benefits. Involved students build stronger support networks, are more likely to graduate (and on time), develop a strong and diverse skill set, and are more marketable to employers when they graduate! Decide what level of involvement works best for you and take advantage of the many resources available to you through Student Involvement.
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