The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
School of Education

Student Organizations

Kappa Delta Pi – International Honor Society in Education

Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, founded by Dr. William Bagley in 1911 at the University of Illinois, was established to foster excellence in education and promote fellowship among those dedicated to teaching. The founders chose the name from the Greek words to represent knowledge, duty, and power. Pioneering from its beginning by including women as well as men, Kappa Delta Pi grew from a local chapter to the international organization it is today, comprising 600 chapters and more than 40,000 members.

Current President, Ashley Helms

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UNCG SNCAE (Student North Carolina Association of Educators)

SNCAE is a professional organization for college students preparing to become teachers. The organization provides members with opportunities to connect with those pursuing the same goals as well as gain resources for professional learning and development beyond the classroom. SNCAE also serves as the student’s voice in public education in North Carolina. Opportunities include conference attendance, professional development workshops, and special events that promote student engagement with teaching professionals currently in the field. Members can pursue leadership positions on campus as well as at the state level. Additionally, UNCG student members also coordinate, volunteer, and plan education activities during campus events such as the annual Children’s Festival and serve as reading volunteers at the local elementary schools. Membership dues include professional liability insurance.

Current President, Lakayla Allamby

State SNCAE President: Kelsey Parker


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SCEC (Student Council for Exceptional Children)

UNCG is host to a student chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children, the foremost professional organization for service to children with disabilities. Led by active and involved students from the fields of specialized education services, volunteerism and service to individuals with special needs is a major goal of the organization. Members work with community agencies such as the ARC, Partnership Village, and Special Olympics. Members also have extensive opportunities for professional development through attendance at local, state, and national conferences. Membership dues include National CEC membership and professional journals. For more information contact Dr. Bree Jimenez at

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