Rayvon Walker

Dec 12, 2018

NC State Social Innovation Fellows Present Mid-Year Progress

  Sandhills School Project team from left to right: Laura Schoeck, Sierra Jones, Ruth Kintzele, Craig Prince, Sofia Abdo & Alysa Buchanan The festive and beautiful Dorothy and Roy Park Alumni Center served as venue to the December 3rd gathering […]

Nov 19, 2018

Global Entrepreneurship Week Features Dinners With Purpose: Student Stories of Purpose

Apex Friendship High School Student Presenters Jessica Hong and Nicole Van Liew Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is held annually each November, during which over 170 countries host events and competitions that celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit. On November 14th, the Social Entrepreneurship […]

Nov 12, 2018

Dr. Richard Clerkin & others featured in the New York Times

Dr. Richard M. Clerkin, Executive Director of the Institute for Nonprofits  New research by Dr. Richard M. Clerkin, a professor of public administration, was featured in the New York Times on November 3, 2018. The research article entitled “The Politics […]

Oct 24, 2018

COMx: Women Driving Social Impact Through Entrepreneurship

(COMx Panelists from left to right: Lisbeth Arias, Emily Neville, & Catherina Gomes) The NC State Institute for Nonprofits and the Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) organization were hosts to over 70 attendees at this Fall’s COMx event, which took […]

Sep 27, 2018

The Institute for Nonprofits Welcomes Alisha Brice

Alisha Brice is the Program Coordinator for Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation with the Institute for Nonprofits at NC State University. She helps to develop strategies and programming to enrich students’ educational and professional development while supporting their efforts to become […]

Sep 24, 2018

“Discover. Design. Do Good!” The Social Innovation Fellows Kick Off Innovation Lab

The Social Innovation Fellows is a high-impact learning experience at the Institute for Nonprofits. The program offers participants from any discipline a yearlong team experience to learn the adaptive leadership and technical skills it takes to be successful social entrepreneurs […]

Sep 14, 2018

The Institute for Nonprofits Volunteers at the Diaper Bank of NC

September 11, 2001 is a day in the nation’s history that will live in infamy. The nation mourned the tragedy in New York City, and many people have turned this day of sadness into a day of service. On the […]

May 9, 2018

“Discover. Design. Do Good!” The Social Innovation Fellows End of Year Celebration

On May 3, 2018, the Institute for Nonprofits hosted a reception in the James B. Hunt Jr. Library to highlight projects completed by the inaugural cohort of Social Innovation Fellows. Dr. Richard Clerkin began the celebratory event by acknowledging distinguished […]

Apr 10, 2018

Philanthropic Foundations React Dynamically But Intentionally to External Pressures

By Shalina Omar In her recent study, Dr. Amanda Stewart reveals that foundations are moving towards a more structured and intentional approach to charitable work, including being more selective in grantmaking, taking on roles beyond check-writing, and developing deeper relationships […]

Feb 22, 2018

COMx: Innovations in the Global Challenge of Food & Water Security

(COMx Moderator and Panelists from left to right: Christine Howell, Dr. Derek Aday, Lisa Johnson, and Eric Henry) NC State Institute for Nonprofits hosted this spring’s COMx event, which occurred on Monday February 19th, at Loading Dock Raleigh.The theme of […]