Many Ways to Stay Involved
Young alumni are a growing population for the College of Engineering. Young alumni are defined by the College as 0 – 15 years post-graduation from the last degree earned. There are 24,395 young alumni and that makes up 36.2% of all College of Engineering alumni.
NC State Engineering continues to rise in the U.S. News and World Report rankings, and this is due in part to the quality of alumni, as well as their willingness to be engaged with the College, such as:
- Giving back to the College through financial contributions
- Volunteering their time
- Carrying the NC State Engineering reputation into their cities, communities and workplaces
Please use the buttons below to take the next step is getting involved with the College of Engineering.
GIVE | Join the College of Engineering Dean’s Circle at a discounted rate for Young Alumni. For more details, visit our Giving Priorities Web page.
GET CONNECTED | Fill out a short survey to select ways in which you hope to volunteer or be engaged with the College.
EVENTS | Check back regularly for the latest events hosted by the College of Engineering.
Update Your Contact Information
One of the best ways to stay connected to the College is to ensure all of your information is up to date from your email to your mailing address.
A few things you can expect to receive:
- NC State Engineering magazine — highlights all the exciting things happening in the College from research to how alumni are giving back
- Invitations to special College events — this includes Homecoming, networking events, lecture series, etc.
Please use the short online form to provide us with any updates.Update Your Contact Information
Young Alumni Advisory Board (YAAB)
Young Alumni Advisory Board
Young alumni spotlight: Alex Stone
Alex Stone grew up with NC State in his blood. “My grandfather, a College alumnus, uncle, and mom all attended State. My wife is an NC State alumna, my father-in-law a College alumnus, and my brother-in-law a current student. I was born in Raleigh and rooted for the Wolfpack my whole life.”
The NC State Engineering Foundation created the Young Alumni Advisory Board (YAAB) in 2018 to involve more young alumni with the College of Engineering and encourage their lifelong support.
The YAAB has 18 young professionals, representing various engineering disciplines from NC State classes of 2003 and later. The board is made up of four committees, each with a chair:
- Events – Scott Taylor (CCEE ’10)
- Communications – Addie Jackson (ISE ’17)
- College Relations – Sam Wurst (ISE ’15)
- Development – Jacob Bowes (CE ’16)
The inaugural board held its first networking event on May 22, 2018, to help establish the first annual Young Alumni and New Graduate Celebration. Check the YAAB events Web page and this page for future networking events and other opportunities.
Evan Arnold, MAE '15
Kelsey Beal, MSE '17
Hunter Bomba, BME '17
Chapel Hill, NC
Jacob Bowes, CCEE '16
James Cox, CCEE '12
Scott Cronson, MAE '18
Sean Echevarria, MAE '13
New York, NY
Jeffrey Fuller, CCEE '14
KaMar Galloway, CSC '13
North Charleston, SC
Laura Geary, ISE '17
Fuquay Varina, NC
Jon Gomes, MAE '10, '11
Addie Jackson, ISE '17
Jasmine Jarvis, ECE '12
Joy Johnson, ECE '07
San Francisco, CA
Kevin McCann, ISE '14
Ashle Page, CBE '17
Alexander Rackl, MAE '16
West Lafayette, IN
Raj Manjakuppam Rajamahendiran, BME '14
Kevin Ryan, CCEE '07
Wake Forest, NC
Vincent Sanders, ECE '13
Jiyoung Shin, CBE '16
Joseph Silvers, ECE '12
Alex Stone, MAE '15
Stephen Taylor, ISE '15
Scott Taylor, CCEE '10, '17
Dr. Beth Visintine, CCEE '06, '08, '11
Sam Wurst, ISE '15
Contact Erica Fuller, assistant director of development and alumni engagement with the NC State Engineering Foundation, at email@example.com.