About Net Impact
Net Impact is a leading nonprofit that empowers a new generation to use their careers to drive transformational change in the workplace and the world. We put our values to work for good on campus, in our communities and throughout our careers. By doing so we show the world that it's possible to make a net impact that benefits not just the bottom line, but people and planet too.
The NC State Net Impact chapter is one of 300+ global chapters at the heart of our community of over 50,000 student and professional leaders from across the globe working for a sustainable future. We are a new generation of leaders transforming the world through the work we do on campus, in our communities and on the job. Join us where good works.
Members of the 2013-14 NC State Net Impact Leadership Team meet with Chancellor Woodson.
Join Our Chapter
Our chapter connects you with like-minded people, innovative ideas, and change-making programs that can transform you and the world around you. Our chapter is the place to:
- Lead positive change on campus or on the job through skill-building programs
- Connect with a community committed to making a social and environmental impact
- Learn through and engage with meaningful events, activities, and networking opportunities
Join at netimpact.org and select “North Carolina State University - Graduate” or "North Carolina State University - Undergraduate" as your chapter to get involved with locally. Basic membership is free.
Dean Weiss and members of the 2013-14 NC State Net Impact Leadership Team accept a $5K gift from representatives of Dupont.
Connect online with our vibrant global community of students and professional leaders making social and environmental change on campus, in communities and on the job. Sign up on netimpact.org to:
- Network with like-minded students and professionals worldwide
- Explore exclusive content to guide you on your path to social impact.
- Engage with go-to impact career resources, like our Job Board, career tools, and Impact at Work.
NC State Net Impact members (left to right) Aude Baylet, Lynn Clark, Allan Carr and Nicholas Mullen attend the 2013 Net Impact Conference in San Jose, CA.
Liz Bowen, MBA ’16
Anindo Chaterjee, MBA '16
Padmaja Soundararajan, MBA '16
Ryan Kilogore, BS Chemical Engineering '17
Amelia Fujikawa, BS Environmental Science '16
Julie Gareton, BS Environmental Science '16
NC State Net Impact chapter leaders (Left to right: Mike Maher, Amelia Fujikawa, Kayla Erney, Ryan Kilgore, Clay Giese, Marlen Traber and Padmaja Soundararajan) attend the 2014 Annual Net Impact conference in Minneapolis.
Business Sustainability Collaborative
Poole College of Management