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Entrepreneurship Student Ambassador Program

Student Leaders on a Mission

The Entrepreneurship Student Ambassadors program (ESAP) engages the entrepreneurship community at NC State through events and campus-wide programming. Members of the group serve as the student voice of NC State Entrepreneurship and are advocates for entrepreneurship programs across campus.

In order to be eligible to participate in the program, students must be degree-seeking and in good academic and conduct standing.

Application Process

Receiving a recommendation from an entrepreneurship program staff member can greatly increase a student’s chance of being selected for the program. If you have participated in an entrepreneurship program at NC State, please contact the program manager about nominating you prior to the deadline. Program managers can nominate students by sending an email to entrepreneurship@ncsu.edu.

The application period for the 2022-23 academic year is now closed. Please check in March of 2023 for the next cohort application.

Benefits:

  • In-depth exposure to the entrepreneurial ecosystem at NC State
  • Broaden contacts among faculty, staff, students, NC State Entrepreneurship Alliance members,  local entrepreneurs, and investors
  • Supreme experience in public relations – meeting important visitors, public speaking, representing NC State Entrepreneurship at university events and programs
  • Entrepreneurship gear – t-shirts, polos, water bottles, etc.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend weekly evening meetings throughout the academic year
  • Commit 10 hours to assist with entrepreneurship events or extracurricular activities each semester
  • Plan, market and execute major entrepreneurship events such as Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) activities and additional programming
  • Conduct entrepreneurship outreach on campus to inspire and motivate other student entrepreneurs

Meet the 2022-2023 Entrepreneurship Ambassadors

Each year 12 students are selected to serve as Entrepreneurship Student Ambassadors and student leaders. Learn more about the new members that will serve as the student voice of NC State Entrepreneurship.

Hossein Saedi

ESAP President / Landscape Architecture, Ph.D.

Steven Lamm

ESAP Vice President of Communications / 4th Year, Industrial and Systems Engineering & Business and Entrepreneurship

Sarah Salahat

ESAP Vice President of Programming & Treasury / 3rd Year, College of Education & Computer Programming

Caleb Bone

2nd Year, Business Administration

Jessica Deler

4th Year, College of Design

Jacqueline Jimenez-Polio

2nd Year, Electrical Engineering & Entrepreneurship

Nabil Mario Loutfallah Chedid

3rd Year, Biomedical Engineering, Personal Trainer

Michael Nuñez

2nd Year, Computer Engineering

Daniel Richter

Fourth Year, Industrial Engineering

Jagrit Tulsyan

Business Administration, Freshman

Azin Saberi Bosari

Third Year, Chemical Engineering and Business Administration

Contact

If you’re interested in learning more about the program, contact Kenneth Proseus, the current program advisor.

Kenneth Proseus

Event & Operations Coordinator