One of the most critical components of a Village is the shared living experience. The Impact Leadership Village has been housed in Bowen Residence Hall since 2008. However, Villagers stay connected long after they leave
Michael (R) and Mason (L) Burroughs are brothers from Cary, NC, who were both members of the Impact Leadership Village–10 years apart! The pair took some time to share a bit about how their Village
Please join the Impact Leadership Village on Thursday, December 5th for our 2019 service action proposal showcase. Village Members will be sharing their comprehensive service action proposal highlighting their leadership and service experiences over
From Friday February 22nd to Sunday February 24th 2019, I, Roshni Panwala, had the distinct privilege of representing N.C. State University at the ACC Leadership Symposium hosted by NCSU. This conference was advertised as a
On Tuesday, February 19, 2019, Living and Learning Initiatives hosted the first installment of their “Dining with the Deans” Series featuring Dean Jeff Braden from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. To demystify the
Curious about what a month in the Village looks like? Check-out our January ILV Newsletter for a peak over the last month!
Why did you join your village? To meet like-minded individuals who wanted to improve their surrounding community. Would you recommend your village to future students? Yes, because it gives different perspectives on how to improve
Why did you join your village? I joined my village because I got a random email in the summer from Durrell Hurst inviting me to join the Impact Leadership Village. Throughout most of my life
I am Tsharre Sanders, an Admissions Counselor at NC State University. I received my B.A. in Psychology with minors in Africana Studies and Spanish and am currently pursuing my Master’s in Youth, Family, and Community Sciences here.
My name is Sheridan Hodges. I am a Junior majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resources accompanied by two minors in Accounting and Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management. I love everything NC