Career Ambassadors

Our Career Ambassadors Program is an integral part of the services we provide in the Career Development Center. Career Ambassadors play a vital role in educating and serving their peers across campus by providing workshops for groups ranging from 5 to 200+ students. 

Presentation topics include resume writing, career fair prep, interviewing skills, ePACK, and Career Development Center services.  Career Ambassadors also represent the office at career and information fairs around campus throughout the school year.

Role of Career Ambassadors

  • Present programs in residence halls, as well as clubs & organizations
  • Facilitate Professional PackPros Series Workshops
  • Represent the Career Development Center at events and career fairs
  • Train students on using ePACK

Request a Career Ambassador to conduct a workshop!
Group picture of the Career Ambassadors. Two rows of students, wearing NC State red polo shirts.

Career Ambassadors

Danielle Allen, Business Administration

Marina Botros, Biochemistry

Ashley Brown, Computer Science

Adam Gross, Nutrition Science

Luna Hsieh, Business Administration

Isaac Kolam, Human Biology

Arden Lumpkin, Environmental Science

Hibah Mariam, Economics

Lily Mullins, Psychology

Jasmine Nguyen, Psychology

Lauren Shackelford, Mechanical Engineering

Akshay Kamalapuram Sridhar, Computer Engineering

Become a Career Ambassador

Do you know someone who would be a good Career Ambassador? Or are interested in becoming a Career Ambassador?


Contact Courtney Mulveney, LCMHC-A, NCC, Career Identity Coach