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An Already Creative Problem-solver, First-year Jack Bolton is Excited for More
Originally published by Danielle Herman at Engineering Communications Jack Bolton is ready to embrace Think and Do. It’s NC State’s mantra and mission, and to Bolton, it sums up what it...
Chancellor Woodson Talks Mission-Driven Entrepreneurship With 321 Coffee Founders
Originally published by NC State News Chancellor Woodson sits down with alumni Lindsay Wrege and Michael Evans to talk about how NC State helped them launch...
From Pop-Up Coffee Shop to Downtown Storefront, 321 Coffee Continues to Grow
Park alumni-owned 321 Coffee continues to grow, preparing to launch a storefront in downtown Raleigh this spring.
Extraordinary Difference: Lindsay Wrege ’21
Alumna Lindsay Wrege ’21 is helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities gain meaningful employment through 321 Coffee, a company that she co-founded.
Startup Stories: 321 Coffee
Lewis Sheats, assistant vice provost of entrepreneurship, sits down with the founders of 321 Coffee, Lindsay Wrege '21 and Michael Evans '21, to discuss how to provide employees with disabilities a meaningful way to contribute to society.
Alumni Spotlight: Lindsay Wrege, CEO of 321 Coffee
The NC State Honors and Scholars Program recently caught up with alumna Lindsay Wrege '21, CEO of 321 Coffee.
Michael Evans ’21 and Lindsay Wrege ’21 Selected By NC State Entrepreneurship for the 2021 Miller Fellowship
NC State Entrepreneurship's Miller Fellows program supports newly graduated entrepreneurs who wish to pursue their entrepreneurial venture full-time after graduation.
Michael Evans – Co-Founder and CFO, Park Scholar, 2x Statistics Graduate, and Miller Fellow
Michael Evans '21 knew a statistics major would give him highly sought-after transferable skills, but little did he know it would also open a door to the world of entrepreneurship.
Brewing Connections: Park Alumni Help 321 Coffee Thrive
The Park Scholars leading 321 Coffee have used Park alumni connections to take their business to the next level.
Sani Wins Grand Prize at Draper Competition for Collegiate Women Entrepreneurs
Ritika Shamdasani ‘23, co-founder of Sani, tied for the grand prize in the Draper Competition for Collegiate Women Entrepreneurs.