The College of Education encourages students to be active and get engaged in the college and campus community. One of the best ways to do so is to join one of our 10 student clubs and organizations. Students gain excellent leadership, community service, fundraising and event planning experience while meeting new people. Below is a list of the college's organizations. We hope you will join!
AAASE - Association of African American Student Educators
The mission of AAASE is to enhance the social life, enrich cultural experiences and empower professional development for students of color within the College of Education at NC State and within the local community through education, service and mentoring.
Advisors: Allison Mitchall & Dr. Tamara YoungFor more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 919.513.4120
The Education Council
EC promotes leadership in education and all campus activities, unity among students in the College of Education and University and College spirit. The Council also provides recreation and social activities. All undergraduate majors in the College of Education are eligible to serve as EC representatives.
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Advisors: Allison Mitchall, Dr. Jimmy Smith, Jeffrey LeonardFor more information, contact: email@example.com 919.513.7470
ELMO - Elementary Education Organization
ELMO provides students in the Elementary Education program with professional development, campus and community involvement opportunities.
Advisors: Dr. Keith Walkowiak, Deidre YanceyFor more information, contact:
EPSILON PI TAU International Honor Society for Professions in Technology
Epsilon Pi Tau recognizes student excellence in the study of technology and technology education and prepares practitioners for the technology professions. The Department of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Educationhosts the local chapter Alpha Pi.
Advisor: Dr. Walter Kelly, Chapter TrusteeFor more information, contact:
Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education
Kappa Delta Pi is an international honor society dedicated to scholarship and excellence in education. The society is a community of scholars dedicated to worthy ideals. Website: www.kdp.org
Advisor: Dr. Drinda Benge, Faculty AdvisorFor more information, contact:
NCCTM North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics - KAPPA Student Chapter
Provides professional activities for students interested in becoming exemplary mathematics teachers. Students participate in numerous activities that promote an improved knowledge base in mathematics education and community service.
Advisors: Dr. Allison McCulloch, Eileen WilliamsFor more information, contact:
NSTA - National Science Teachers Association
Established in 2004, the NCSU student chapter of the National Science Teachers Association serves students interested in science education at the elementary, middle, secondary or university level.
Advisor: Dr. Mary Louise Bellamy, Faculty AdvisorFor more information, contact:
SNCAE - Student North Carolina Association of Educators
Student Educators is the NCSU Chapter of the SNCAE, an organization for undergraduate or graduate students in education. The SNCAE is affiliated with the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) and the National Education Association (NEA).
Advisor: Dr. Erin Thomas Horne, Faculty AdvisorFor more information, contact:
Student Ambassadors are a select group of highly motivated, informed, energetic and diverse student leaders who are devoted to serving the College, NC State and surrounding community. SAs are leaders and serve as professional liaisons for the College with recruitment, campus events and service.
Advisor: Audrey PiotrowskiFor more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
TECA - Technology Education Collegiate Association
TECA is the preprofessional organization for technology education majors. TECA students develop preprofessional leadership skills by serving the organization and community.
Advisor: Dr. Joe Busby, Faculty AdvisorFor more information, contact: