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Dec 20, 2012

Nonprofit careers, here we come!

Hardworking students in the college’s nonprofit studies minor helped the Institute for Nonprofits reach a significant milestone in December when its number of graduates passed the 100 mark. A total of 104 students have graduated with a minor in nonprofit studies since it was established in 2006. Another 110 NC State University undergrads are currently enrolled. Echoing… 

Dec 3, 2012

Nonprofit Studies Rich in New Perspectives

Camille Smith, a political science major and nonprofit studies minor, is planning her career based around serving others through development work. The Institute for Nonprofits -- and an internship with Curamericas Global, Inc. -- expanded her knowledge of and interest in global health. 

Sep 22, 2012

Internship on The Hill

In this guest post, Bryan Hum, a senior in international studies and political science, shares his experience as an intern in Senator Kay Hagan's Washington, DC, office this summer. Bryan received the Latta Washington Internship Scholarship. 

Jun 15, 2012

Interns connect classroom to careers

An article in the Technician highlights two CHASS students who are participating in the State Government Internship Program. Susan Camilleri, a graduate student in public administration, is interning with the Department of Administration, where she's assisting the legislative liaison with tracking bills. Cody Munson, a sophoomore in communication, is working with the Division of Governance Office within the Department of Transportation. The two students are among 56 students chosen from across the state for the prestigious internship program that helps students connect classroom material to potential careers. 

May 16, 2012

A Passion for Caring

After Kristin Replogle began serving on the college’s Institute for Nonprofits advisory board, she decided to make a gift to support nonprofit studies minors participate in internships. “Once I met the students in the program, I knew this was the perfect place for me to give back,” she says. 

Feb 8, 2012

Graduating Prepared to Succeed

Morgan Donnelly (Communication and Political Science '10) says the willingness of NC State professors to mentor students helps strengthen character traits that job recruiters find attractive. Her experience confirms a 2010 Wall Street Journal survey that rated NC State among the top spots for job recruiters looking to hire the best trained and prepared graduates entering the job market. 

Aug 26, 2010

Humanities and Social Sciences Alumni: Lianne Gonsalves

When pre-medical student Lianne Gonsalves (International Studies and Biological Sciences, ’10) ventured into Humanities and Social Sciences her freshman year, she fell in love and decided to stay. In the college, Gonsalves saw innumerable opportunities to explore the world through the International Studies program’s various study abroad offerings. 

Aug 26, 2010

CHASS Alumni — Lianne Gonsalves

When pre-medical student Lianne Gonsalves (International Studies and Biological Sciences, ’10) ventured into CHASS her freshman year, she fell in love and decided to stay.  In CHASS, Gonsalves saw innumerable opportunities to explore the world through the International Studies program’s various study abroad offerings.  She has worked as an intern for the State Department and…