Student Ambassador Program

Institute for Nonprofit Student Ambassadors are students who represent the Institute to the NC State student population and broader community. Ambassadors undergo training and assist in promoting our Nonprofit Studies Minor, the Social Entrepreneurship Initiative as well as other Institute programs, services, and special events.

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Meet our Institute for Nonprofits Ambassadors:

 Katie Cupp - Ambassador Katie Cupp: Graduate Student, Zoology “I added the nonprofit minor because I want to work with nonprofits after graduation, I have volunteered with nonprofits since I was a kid. After graduation I want to work with a nonprofit whose mission is to protect endangered wildlife.I am very excited to get to spread the news about this minor and how helpful it can be to future career goals! Working with nonprofits is such a rewarding experience.”
 Timira Conley Timira Conley: Undergraduate, double major in Political Science with a concentration in International Politics, and Arabic Language, and minoring in Nonprofit Studies. The Nonprofit Studies Minor combined with my other disciplines has allowed me to gain the practical technical experience needed towards my goals in working in the foreign policy. So much so that I have began, with the Social Entrepreneur Initiative as well, developing my own nonprofit, The Coalition for Fair International Economics, dedicated to eradicating unfair global economic practices and policies that prevent sustainable development in under-developed nations.
  kayla Propst  Kayla Propst:  Junior (almost senior) in CHASS.  Kayla is working towards graduating in December 2016 with a major in Communication- Media with a minor in Nonprofit Studies.  I have always been interested in pursuing a career in marking, and I have also always volunteered with nonprofits.  I decided to combine those two interests by adding the minor so I could learn about the professional/business side of nonprofits.