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We Do Work That Matters

Roll up your sleeves and join us.

Make Your Mark

Shape the future of agriculture and life sciences. Pursue cutting-edge, solution-driven research, technology and scholarship. We have the tools and resources to help transform the challenges of tomorrow into opportunities that benefit North Carolina and the world.

Grow Professionally

You want to get better at what you do. CALS gives you the opportunity and support to grow your skills. We have the resources you need to enhance your expertise.

“The future of science is collaborative, and both empirical scientists and theoretical or quantitative scientists will need each other. The more we get out of our silos…
the better our science becomes.”

Michael Reiskind – Department of Entomology
and Plant Pathology

Run with the Pack

The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences serves the needs of North Carolina through teaching, research, extension and international programs. Our people turn challenges into opportunities, and we need you here to help us. With more than 2,000 employees working across North Carolina, our footprint is large. Not in Raleigh? Not a problem. We have openings across the state. Explore our available jobs HERE.

Learn about some of our Pack and why they chose the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

Create Community

Our community centers, committees and affinity groups help students, faculty and staff find a welcoming home on campus. 

NC State is diverse because it is a community of individuals from varied backgrounds and demographic categories. We strive to be the best place to work for everyone by:

  • encouraging, accepting and valuing a diversity of people and ideas 
  • promoting an environment where equity, respect and understanding represent the norm in the campus climate 
  • preparing entrepreneurs who are effective citizens of a global community

Make Yourself at Home

Our hometown was named the second best place to live by U.S. News & World Report. Being centrally located between the mountains and the coast, it’s easy to enjoy Raleigh’s high quality of life.

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A photo highlighting the engineering buildings on Centennial Campus, in relation to downtown Raleigh skyline. Photo by Marc Hall