Poole Leadership Organizations
The Poole College of Management Leadership Organizations are student groups that are affiliated with and support the administrative offices in the Poole College of Management - Admissions, Advising, Career, Global and the Assistant Dean's Office.
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Please click on the organizations’ names for more information including links to their websites and applications (when available).
The Student Ambassadors act as representatives of the Poole College of Management to prospective students, current students, faculty/staff, and business professionals from the community
For more Information: go.ncsu.edu/pooleambassadors
Peer Career Coaches
The Peer Career Coaches act as representatives of the Poole College of Management Career Center. They host employers during on-campus events and provide career and professional support to Poole students.
For more Information: go.ncsu.edu/peercareercoaches
The Peer Leaders mentor and support new students to the Poole College of Management. Peer Leaders assist the Academic Advisors as discussion guides in M100: Personal & Professional Development, plan programs for new students and assist with Wolfpack Welcome Week.
For more Information: go.ncsu.edu/peerleaders
Members of Global Corps serve as an extension of the Global Programs Office. These student leaders promote international experiences for Poole students, primarily summer and semester study abroad programs.
For more Information: go.ncsu.edu/globalcorps
The Poole Council is the student government organization for the Poole College of Management and acts as the liaison between the student body and college administration.
For more Information: go.ncsu.edu/poole_council
Feb. 16 Information Session Recording
If you missed the information session on Feb. 16 click here to watch the recording. Passcode: FetW8Zx*
While each organization may have specific requirements, all are looking for students who are:
- Current Poole College of Management students
- Ambitious, goal-oriented individuals
- Enthusiastic about Poole College
Students do not need any specific knowledge or experience to be a competitive applicants. Organizations are looking for students with potential and a willingness to develop professionally and personally.
Benefits of Joining
- Growth in leadership skills such as time management and communication
- Giving back to the College and serving other Poole students
- Connection and community with Poole students and staff
- Professional development opportunities – networking events, resume reviews, engagement with companies
Members of the leadership organizations are selected through an application process. The recruitment and application process takes place each Spring semester for members to join the leadership organizations the following Fall semester.
Students who are planning to apply to one or more of the organizations will complete a common application. Once that is submitted, students will be provided with links to each organization’s supplemental questions.
All leadership organizations follow the same recruitment timeline. Important dates are listed below. Students may apply to multiple organizations.
Spring 2022 Recruitment Timeline
|February 16||Joint Information Session 4:30 -5:30 p.m. in Dabney Hall 124|
|March 7||Early Action Deadline; Applications Close at 5:00 p.m.|
|March 22||Regular Deadline; Applications close at 5:00 p.m.|
|March 8-31||Organizations will host separate interview processes. Communication with potential candidates will come directly from the organization.|
|April 1||Notifications of application decisions begin|
|April 8||Rosters are finalized|