New! First in Family Student Network Group
The First-in-Family Student Network Group supports and empowers first-generation students throughout their college experience. Through networking events, workshops, and mentorship, this group provides the students with the resources and support system they need to be successful at NC State.
For those students who attend FOUR events with the group during spring semester a FREE interview outfit is available thanks to generous sponsors of this initiative.
Find your place in Poole!
Poole College of Management proudly supports four identity based student organizations and many more that align with your academic and career interetsSee the full list of groups here
Inclusive Leaders Breakfast
The companies coming to this breakfast are creating and maintaining safe environments through inclusive practices in which diversity thrives. Come meet them over breakfast and ask questions about employee resource groups, inclusive corporate trainings and much more! Coming to the breakfast grants you early access to the Poole College Spring Career and Internship Fair.
EY Professional Development Crash Course
Prepare for recruiting at this event held jointly with ALPFA, BBSA and NABA. Learn the pieces to working with mentors, art to networking and how to community your "why" in a personal brand. RSVP taken on ePACK > workshops > Prof Dev Crash Course
Latinx Chat n Chew
Celebrate Latinx Heritage month meeting three local entrepreneurs and enjoying lunch. Stop by the third floor showcase to learn more about their success stories.
20% Domestic Minority
40% Female and 17% First in Families to Attend CollegeSee More Student Stats
Meet Ms. Tayah Butler, MBA
Meet the Director of Diversity & Inclusion for Undergraduate Programs.
Ms. Tayah joined Poole College of Management in August 2016. The position reflects the college’s ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion through both leadership and program development. Ms. Tayah brings to the role prior experience as an undergraduate advisor for business students at Lundquist College of Business of University of Oregon. She founded the Connect Engage Opportunity, CEO Network there.
83% of students
Our students responded they are ready to intentionally engage in developing the tools to understand, appreciate, respect and value personal and cultural diversity and diversity of thought and experience.