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August 2015

Apply for First-Year Service Corps

August 1 - September 8

The Carolina Center for Public Service offers the First-Year Service Corps as a unique opportunity for selected first-year students to come together with faculty and staff throughout the year to deepen their academic and practical experience in public service during their time at Carolina. Components of the First-Year Service Corps include: An overnight, immersive orientation to the Buckley Public Service Scholars program (BPSS) and the First-Year Service Corps (Sept. 25-26); Three capacity-building sessions led by faculty, staff, community partners and…

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Apply to host a spring APPLES Service-Learning intern

August 3 - September 4

Community partners with growing needs or specialized projects are encouraged apply to participate in the APPLES Service-Learning Internship program. Open to full-time undergraduates, APPLES internships offer students the opportunity to participate in a deep and meaningful professional experience while partners work with some of UNC’s brightest students. Applications to host a spring APPLES Service-Learning intern are open Aug. 3 – Sept. 4, 2015. To learn more about hosting an intern visit APPLES online. Organizations new to partnering with APPLES should…

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Apply for 2016 Bryan Fellowship

August 15 - October 19

The Robert E. Bryan Fellowship in the APPLES Service-Learning program is designed for undergraduate student teams interested in creating social impact locally and/or globally through the creation of an innovative project that addresses a community-identified need. The fellowship goals are to: Provide practical support and mentorship to students in developing their projects, Contribute to addressing community-identified needs by supporting innovative projects, and Develop a supportive cohort of students working together to create positive social impact. Fellowship recipients enroll in a…

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Enroll in the Buckley Public Service Scholars program

August 18 - September 30

The Buckley Public Service Scholars program (BPSS) provides a framework for Carolina undergraduate students committed to making a positive impact through service. BPSS challenges participants to expand their understanding of service, connect academic and community-based experiences and build their capacity to help effect change. While completing the program components, participants build portfolios reflecting their learning and unique experiences throughout North Carolina, the nation and the world. All undergraduate students with at least four semesters remaining at Carolina can enroll in…

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Apply for APPLES Alternative Fall Break

August 18 - September 14

APPLES Service-Learning Alternative Fall Break (AFB) programs provide an opportunity for students to learn and serve outside the UNC community over fall break, a four-day period when the university is closed during October. The learning begins before the break experience, as participants attend orientation sessions designed to prepare them for the challenges and issues they will confront. During the break, students collaborate with community service partners in various capacities, engaging in both direct and indirect service as well as advocacy…

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Apply to be an Arts in Public Service Fellow

August 18 - December 2

The Buckley Public Service Scholars (BPSS) program and Carolina Performing Arts (CPA) partnered to create the Arts in Public Service Fellows, a program that encourages students to make a direct impact in their communities through the arts. Arts in Public Service Fellows fulfill the requirements of the BPSS program and build portfolios with a particular focus on the arts as instruments of social change. Fellows apply and enroll in AMST 398 (Service-Learning in America: the Arts and Social Change), a…

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September 2015

Governors’ Film Screening & Conversation: The Toughest Job

September 9 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Fed EX: Global Education Center (room 4003),
301 Pittsboro Street
Chapel Hill, 27516 United States
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Join us in the FedEx Global Education Center for a film screening and conversation with former Mississippi Governor William Winter and former North Carolina Governor Jim Hunt. This Southern Documentary Project film received the 2015 Emmy for Best Historical Documentary from the Southeast division of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Governor Winter was awarded the 2008 Profile in Courage award for his heroic efforts to sponsor, promote, and sign into law Mississippi’s Education Reform Act of 1982.…

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