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Nearly 80 faith and lay community leaders from around the state gathered in Greensboro for the Faith & Community Conference on Feb. 28.
The Governor and Mrs. James B. Hunt Internship Program is a program for NC State undergraduates who are interested in a career in public service and/or public policy.
Join former Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker (R) and his former chief of staff, Steve Kadish (D) for in-depth discussions on bridging political divides to effectively serve the needs of the public while renewing people’s faith in public service.
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Through our programming and issue focused initiatives, we connect people to resources and resources to the people who need them.
Isothermal Community College (ICC) doesn’t stop at providing nearly free higher education for students in western North Carolina. Its mission is to improve lives through learning.
Communities Supporting Schools of Wayne County understands that to increase postsecondary educational attainment, you have to start working with students as early as elementary school.
Wilson Education Partnership looks for programs and initiatives that will most benefit the students, teachers, and business community in Wilson, NC.
With your investment, we will continue to connect, think and do to ensure the economic prosperity of North Carolina.
In Episode 4 of The Connector, IEI Practitioner-in-Residence Philip Cooper, IEI Director Sarah Langer Hall and NCWorks Director Annie Izod recap the 2023 Emerging Issues Forum and talk about next steps.
In Episode 3 of The Connector, host James Herrick talks to IEI’s Policy Intern Brodie Smith, an undergraduate student at NC State University, about the data briefs he created for the upcoming Emerging Issues Forum.
In Episode 2 of The Connector, host and IEI Director Sarah Langer Hall is joined by IEI Practitioner in Residence Philip Cooper and Daniel Vuono with East Fork Pottery in Asheville to discuss the importance of inclusive hiring and working with talent partners to open opportunities to overlooked candidates.