The Carolina Center for Public Service offers a wide variety of awards, recognition and funding to undergraduate students. For details on these opportunities, see Awards & Fellowships.
Launched in 2003 as a program of the Carolina Center for Public Service, the Walter White Buckley Jr. Public Service Scholars program (BPSS) provides a framework for undergraduate students who want to strengthen and maintain their commitment to serving communities throughout North Carolina, the nation and the world. BPSS encourages students to learn about and practice public service and engagement beyond the scope of traditional volunteerism.
Graduate & Professional Students
The Carolina Center for Public Service offers a wide variety of awards, recognition and funding to graduate students. For details on these opportunities, see Awards & Fellowships.
To provide more opportunities for BPSS participants to find appropriate skills trainings, the Carolina Center for Public Service hires UNC graduate and professional students to offer skills trainings to undergraduate BPSS participants and be involved with the senior reflection review process each year. Learn more about becoming a BPSS graduate assistant.
The Community Engagement Fellowship program is available to graduate students and awards up to $2,000 to develop and implement engagement or engaged scholarship projects.
Other UNC-CH resources for graduate and professional students.