An extensive alumni network keeps Goodnight Scholars connected across the globe.
Goodnight Alumni Network
The mission of the Goodnight Alumni Network is to extend the Goodnight Scholars community beyond graduation by providing opportunities for alumni to stay connected with each other and with the Goodnight Scholars Program and NC State University. We actively seek to grow community among Goodnight Scholars Program alumni through social, service and professional activities.
Ways to get Involved
Are you looking for ways to connect with NC State’s top STEM and education students? Do you want to help guide and mentor future professionals in your field? We have a variety of initiatives and programming that could use your talent. You can learn more information about any of the initiatives below by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guest Speaker or Panelist
Serve as a Professional Mentor Through the Goodnight Fellows Program
Our Goodnight Fellows program connects second- and third-year scholars with industry professionals in the Triangle for invaluable mentorship and career development. Goodnight Fellows are matched with eager scholars who aspire to make an impact in STEM and education. Previous mentorship experience is not required and training materials will be provided.
Participate in a Goodnight Scholarships Event as a Guest Speaker or Panelist
Goodnight Scholars have access to weekly in-person and virtual events that help them develop as future professionals and leaders in their fields. These events include dinners, workshops, panel discussions, and site visits with industry professionals and employers. Our professional staff is happy to brainstorm ideas with you before committing to an activity.
Volunteer in Our Selection Process
Our alumni and community partners often find themselves inspired after reviewing the applications of prospective candidates for the Goodnight Scholars Program. Reading about the hopes, dreams, and achievements of these young minds elicits an abundance of optimism for the future of our world. Alumni and community partners also have the opportunity to interview candidates chosen as finalists for the high school or transfer selection process during the Finalist Interview Day at the Jame B. Hunt Jr. Library on Centennial Campus. Training materials are provided.