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Public Service News 3/23/2015
March 23, 2015

The Carolina Center for Public Service (CCPS) publishes the Public Service News to keep students, faculty, staff and community members up-to-date on current public service resources, programs and volunteer opportunities. For more information on CCPS, visit us online at ccps.unc.edu/. Join us on Facebook at Public Service and Engagement UNC Chapel Hill to learn more about what Carolina is doing in public service and engagement or follow us on Twitter at UNC Public Service.

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OPPORTUNITIES AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

3/23 – SMART Mentoring program application deadline

INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

3/25 – Human Rights Center seeks video production intern
4/6 – Summer internship opportunities with Nourish International

4/15 – Global Research Institute calls for Research Clusters for Food Theme

EVENTS & MEETINGS

3/23 – Kyle Maynard motivational talk
3/24 – “I Am a Girl” film screening
4/1 – Health Activism in the #BlackLivesMatter movement
5/8 – Skills and Practices in Engaged Scholarship seminar

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

3/24 & 26 – Comfort Zone Camp volunteers needed
3/28 – UNICEF at Carolina Annual Water Walk
3/30 – Chapel Hill Community Center seeks volunteers for egg hunts
Rainbow Soccer seeks youth coaches and assistants
Volunteers needed for Chapel Hill-Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk
Help children with autism learn to swim

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

3/23 – SMART MENTORING PROGRAM APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED

The Carolina Center for Public Service is accepting mentor applications for the SMART Mentoring program for the 2015-2016 academic year. SMART Mentoring engages UNC undergraduate students and local middle-school youth in mentoring relationships. The program targets students from low-income communities and focuses on issues of race, class and gender. SMART is for students who are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of youth. Students selected to participate in SMART will enroll in a three-credit hour service-learning course in the fall and a one-credit hour course in the spring. Rising sophomores, juniors and seniors are eligible to apply, with preference given to students enrolled in the Buckley Public Service Scholars program. Application deadline is March 20 at 11:59 p.m. Apply online through the CCPS Application and Nomination Portal. Learn more about SMART Mentoring online.

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INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

3/25 – Human Rights Center seeks video production intern

The Human Rights Center seeks an intern who has experiences/skills working on creative and professional audio/video projects. The position will start in late March and can continue into summer or resume after summer. Interested applicants must send their resume and CV to hrccarrboro@gmail.com by Wednesday, March 25.

4/6 – Summer internship opportunities with Nourish International

Nourish International seeks several interns, including corporate outreach, chapter support, public relations, administrative assistant, development and summer institute planning. Interns work with Nourish staff to expand and strengthen the organization’s capacity to fulfill its mission to make a lasting impact on extreme poverty. Positions are for the National Office of Nourish International, 209 Lloyd Street in Carrboro. For more information and position descriptions visit Nourish international. To apply, send a resume and cover letter to Madi Smith by 5 p.m. on Monday, April 6.

4/15 – Global Research Institute calls for Research Clusters for Food Theme

The Global Research Institute (GRI) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill seeks proposals from research clusters affiliated with UNC-Chapel Hill, working on topics related to its two-year research theme, Feeding a Hungry World: Food Security in the 21st Century. The funded research clusters will be fully incorporated into the GRI’s stimulating research eco-system, will be awarded $5,000 to $10,000 and will gain access to GRI facilities. Funds are intended to support ongoing research and to stimulate or catalyze work on external grants. Research groups should submit research proposals of up to 1,500 words, short CV of group participants and brief statements of up to 500 words addressing how and why working at the GRI would enhance the group’s research opportunities. Preference will be given to interdisciplinary/cross-disciplinary proposals. Application deadline is April 15. Proposals should be submitted electronically to Terry Tamari. For details, visit UNC Global.

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EVENTS & MEETINGS

3/23 – Kyle Maynard motivational talk

UNC Best Buddies and the Carolina Athletics Department, along with the Carolina Center for Public Service, will host an inspirational and motivational talk by athlete Kyle Maynard at 7 p.m. March 23 in the Student Union auditorium. Kyle has broken a number of records weightlifting, wrestling and has climbed to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro. He is also a New York Times bestselling author. What sets Kyle apart is the fact that he was born without arms or legs. Kyle’s pursuit of normalcy and mind-set of “no excuses” has propelled him to new levels of what is possible and established him as a leader in the disability rights movement. Tickets are available FREE OF CHARGE from the Union Box Office or online through the Facebook event page. A questions and answer session will follow.

3/24 – “I Am a Girl” film screening

Join the North Carolina chapter of the U.S. National Committee of the United Nations Women for the film screening of “I Am A Girl.” The film follows six girls from different areas around the world, where women are undervalued, and highlights their journey to achieve recognition in society and to pursue their goals. The screening will be held from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24, on the second floor of Cameron Village Regional Library, 1930 Clark Avenue in Raleigh.

4/1 – Health activism in the #blacklivesmatter movement

The #BlackLivesMatter movement will host a panel discussion about health activism from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 1 at the Blue Cross Blue Shield Auditorium in the Michael Hooker Research Center at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. For questions, contact Patty Polston.

5/8 – Skills and Practices in Engaged Scholarship Seminar

The final spring Skills and Practices in Engaged Scholarship seminar is scheduled from 8:45 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Friday, May 8, in Wilson Library, Pleasants Family Room. This series promotes community engagement and engaged scholarship at UNC. The seminar is also offered via webinar. For more information and to register, visit Engaged Scholarship in Translational Research: Research Collaborations Outside the Academy.

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PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

3/24 & 26 – Comfort Zone Camp volunteers needed

Comfort Zone Camp provides free one-day and weekend camp programs for children, teens and young adults who have experienced the loss of a parent, sibling or guardian. Volunteers are needed for two camp programs hosted in the N.C. area. A two-night volunteer training will be held 6 – 9 p.m. Tuesday March 24 and Thursday March 26 in Raleigh. For details, visit Comfort Zone Camp online, email Jessi Schmale or call 804-377-3430.

3/28 – UNICEF at Carolina Annual Water Walk

UNICEF at Carolina will host the UNICEF Tap Project to raise funds and awareness for worldwide clean water access. As part of this project, the Water Walk will be held at 10 a.m. March 28 at the Campus Y. To participate in the walk, sign up at UNICEF Water Walk. To volunteer, contact Maya Kiel.

3/30 – Chapel Hill Community Center seeks volunteers for egg hunts

The Learning Garden at Chapel Hill Community Center is hosting two small egg hunts for children with special needs and their siblings. The events will take place on April 4 at 10 and 11 a.m. Volunteers will help hide eggs and play games with the children. Volunteers must commit by March 30. Contact Marian Kaslovsky with questions or to sign up.

Rainbow Soccer seeks youth coaches and assistants

Rainbow Soccer is looking for a few more youth coaches and assistants for the spring season. Coaching involves a time commitment of three or four hours per week leading team trainings and games. Any soccer experience or previous work with youth is preferred, and Rainbow Soccer has training resources available. Contact Karen Aldridge for more information.

Volunteers needed for Chapel Hill-Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk

The Chapel Hill-Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk is an annual event that seeks to raise money for individuals with severe hunger needs. The 2015 walk will be held on April 19 and registration begins at 1:30 p.m. Volunteers are needed for tasks such as set up, registration and more. Contact Nancy Jenkins if interested in volunteering.

Help kids with autism learn to swim

Homestead Aquatics Center seeks volunteers to work one-on-one with children and teens with disabilities. No experience teaching swimming is required. Volunteers will assist swimmers based on instructor lessons. Classes are on Wednesdays from 6:30 – 7:15 p.m. or 7:30 – 8:15 p.m. Contact Marian Kaslovsky for more information.

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CCPS WEBSITE – FIND US ON THE WEB

The Carolina Center for Public Service’s website (www.ccps.unc.edu) features the latest information about the APPLES Service-Learning, Buckley Public Service Scholars, and Faculty Engaged Scholars programs as well as details about Public Service Awards and Fellowships. You can also read stories of Carolina students, faculty and staff who are making a difference. The Carolina Center for Public Service: Connecting Carolina and Communities – be sure to bookmark the site. Learn more about what Carolina is doing in public service and engagement. Visit us online, or join us today on Facebook at Public Service and Engagement UNC Chapel Hill.

UNC’S DISASTER RESPONSE

Whenever disasters strike – in North Carolina, the United States or around the world – Carolina students, faculty and staff immediately ask, “What can we do to help?” If you are aware of disaster response or recovery efforts being coordinated on campus that you would like listed on this page, send an email to CCPS.

ABOUT OUR NEWSLETTER

The Carolina Center for Public Service (CCPS) publishes the Public Service News to keep students, faculty, staff and community members up-to-date on current public service resources, programs and volunteer opportunities. For more info on CCPS, please visit http://ccps.unc.edu. If you are involved in public service and would like to post an announcement, fill out our online request at http://ccps.unc.edu/news-events/public-service-news-listserv/next-weeks-listserv/. The deadline for inclusion is 5 p.m. on the Wednesday prior to Monday publication. The Public Service News is published only when class is in session, once per week during the academic year and bi-weekly during the summer sessions. To unsubscribe, click here or, send a blank email to leave-34847996-76489955.07b7484471051a00b41b3bf1990b60eb@listserv.unc.edu. Thank you. Back to top


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Public Service News 1/26/2015
January 26, 2015

The Carolina Center for Public Service (CCPS) publishes the Public Service News to keep students, faculty, staff and community members up-to-date on current public service resources, programs and volunteer opportunities. For more information on CCPS, visit us online at ccps.unc.edu/. Join us on Facebook at Public Service and Engagement UNC Chapel Hill to learn more about what Carolina is doing in public service and engagement or follow us on Twitter at UNC Public Service.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OPPORTUNITIES AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

1/30 – Buckley Public Service Scholars spring 2015 enrollment deadline
2/2- Public Service Awards nomination deadline
2/9 – Mingma Norbu Sherpa Fellowship applications due
2/9 – Community Engagement Fellowship applications due
2/9 – Hyatt Rotary Public Service Award applications deadline
APPLES Service-Learning Course Development Grant RFP
Why do you serve?

INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

1/31 – Order of the Old Well nominations
3/8 – Carolina Experience Enrichment Scholarship summer fellowship
Upper Coastal Plains Council of Governments internships
Social media intern needed for the Carolina Campus Community Garden

EVENTS & MEETINGS

1/26 – Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship information session
1/31 – Learn How to Become an EcoRep
2/13 – Involving undergraduates in engaged research

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

1/30 – Special Olympics seeks swim and bowling coaches
1/31- Community Empowerment Fund advocate program
Advancement Via Individual Determination seeks tutors
Technology Without Borders needs student mentors
Newman Center seeks alternative spring break graduate student mentors
Preparing International Teaching Assistants Program seeks volunteers
Volunteer youth soccer coaches needed
English teaching volunteers needed for Madagascar charity
Teen Career Academy seeks tutors

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

1/30 – Buckley Public Service Scholars spring 2015 enrollment deadline

The Buckley Public Service Scholars program (BPSS) hosts its spring open enrollment through Jan. 30. All undergraduate students with at least four semesters remaining at Carolina can enroll in BPSS online during the enrollment period through the Buckley Portfolio. When enrolling, students should sign up for an orientation session or make sure that they will be available for an orientation session the following semester.

2/2 – Public Service Awards nomination deadline

The Carolina Center for Public Service oversees the annual selection of three campus-wide Public Service Awards honoring individual students, faculty, staff and University units for exemplary public service and engaged scholarship. Public Service Award recipients are honored at a spring celebration where they receive a monetary award and framed certificate. The Robert E. Bryan and Office of the Provost Awards require a brief nomination submitted by Feb. 2. Selected nominees will be invited to complete a more detailed submission about their work by Feb. 23. Full nominations for the Ned Brooks Award are due by Feb. 23. Nominations are open and will be accepted online through the CCPS Application and Nomination Portal. For details, visit the CCPS awards website. For questions, contact the Carolina Center for Public Service.

2/9 – Mingma Norbu Sherpa Fellowship applications due

The Carolina Center for Public Service is accepting applications for the 2015 Mingma Norbu Sherpa Fellowship. The fellowship is named for the late Mingma Norbu Sherpa, a pioneering conservationist in the Himalaya who served as an official with the World Wildlife Fund. Eligible applicants must be an undergraduate or graduate students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill continuing their studies at UNC-Chapel Hill in the semester following their fellowship. Apply online through the CCPS Application and Nomination Portal by Feb. 9. For details, visit Sherpa Fellowship. For questions, contact the Carolina Center for Public Service.

2/9 – Community Engagement Fellowship applications due

The Carolina Center for Public Service is accepting applications for the 2015 Community Engagement Fellowship program. A maximum of five fellowships, of up to $2,000 each, are awarded in the spring. Selected fellows will develop and implement engagement and/or engaged scholarship projects that employ innovative, sustainable approaches to complex social needs. Projects will incorporate an academic connection. Apply online through the CCPS Application and Nomination Portal by Feb. 9. Contact Ryan Nilsen for more information.

2/9 – Hyatt Rotary Public Service Award applications deadline

The Carolina Center for Public Service is accepting applications for the 2015 Ronald W. Hyatt Rotary Public Service Award. The Hyatt Award is given annually in support of innovative public service projects that exemplify the motto of Rotary International, “Service above Self.” The award, sponsored by the Chapel Hill Rotary Club, is named for the late Dr. Ronald W. Hyatt, professor of Exercise and Sport Science at UNC-Chapel Hill and long-time member of the Chapel Hill Rotary Club, in recognition of his distinguished career at the University and his commitment to helping others. Two awards will be given this year, one(up to $3,000) for an international project and one (up to $2,000) for a local project. If the local project involves members of the Chapel Hill Rotary Club in some way, there is a possibility of additional funds. Undergraduate or graduate students at UNC-Chapel Hill are eligible to apply, individually or in teams, as well as recognized UNC-Chapel Hill student organizations. Applicants must be continuing their studies at UNC-Chapel Hill in the following fall semester. Apply online through the CCPS Application and Nomination Portal by Feb. 9. For details, visit Hyatt Rotary Public Service Awards. For questions, contact the Carolina Center for Public Service.

APPLES Service-Learning Course Development Grant RFP

APPLES is soliciting proposals for $3,500 service-learning course development grants from faculty and instructors who teach undergraduate, graduate and professional students. Up to seven $3,500 grants will be awarded to develop new or modify existing courses that successfully integrate community-based service into the curriculum and promote the pedagogy of service-learning at UNC. For eligibility criteria and application information, visit course development grants. Apply online through the CCPS Application and Nomination Portal.

WHY DO YOU SERVE?

The I Serve campaign, launched by the Carolina Center for Public Service, is a simple way to celebrate the vast amount of public service undertaken by Carolina students, staff, faculty and alumni. The campaign honors the 15-year anniversary of the Carolina Center for Public Service and the 25-year anniversary of the APPLES Service-Learning program, which both have facilitated service opportunities on Carolina’s campus for decades. I Serve campaign photos will be featured throughout the school year on the Carolina Center for Public Service website, Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #uncserves. To join the campaign, post your photos on one of the listed social media pages or send them to ccps@unc.edu. The I Serve campaign celebrates all of the ways UNC serves and to inspire more people on campus to serve and provide them with examples of how and where.

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INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

1/31 – Order of the old well accepting nominations

The Order of the Old Well is accepting nominations. Founded in 1949, the Order of the Old Well recognizes students, faculty members and staff of high character who have demonstrated outstanding humanitarian service and whose service has gone uncompensated and unrewarded. Order of the Old Well accepts self-nominations. All nominations are due by Jan. 31. For questions, contact Omar Kashef.

3/8 – Carolina Experience enrichment scholarship summer fellowship

Embarking on an invaluable internship or study abroad experience this summer? The Carolina Experience Enrichment Scholarship (CEES) is a $1,000 summer fellowship established to financially empower students to supplement their education with a study, unpaid internship or volunteer experience. A unique, student-led, student-funded award, CEES prefers Carolina Covenant, student parents, transfer students, graduating seniors and non-traditional students during selection. CEES is also looking for interested students to serve on the fellowship selection committee. These students will work as a team to evaluate submissions and choose students to receive fellowship awards. For more information about the fellowship or the selection committee, visit CEES online. Submissions are due by March 8.

Upper Coastal Plains Council of Governments internship

The Upper Coastal Plains Council of Governments offers two internship opportunities to undergraduate students who seek a dynamic, real world experience and are interested in event planning, sustainability, environment and/or learning how to engage officials and communities. One internship will start as soon as possible and end May 2015. The intern, who can work remotely but is required to make four visits to the office in Wilson, North Carolina, will organize the third annual Sustainability Summit to be held May 15 at Edgecombe Community College. The second internship is to organize and coordinate a single-day training for the region’s planning and zoning boards. This internship requires organization, coordination, outreach, date selection, registration and related details. If interested, contact Ron Townley or call 252-234-5965.

Social media intern needed for the Carolina Campus Community Garden

Carolina Campus Community Garden seeks a volunteer social media intern to update and make improvements to the website, write articles, create workshop fliers and special events, and update garden social media pages, including Twitter and other sites. The intern must be able to create and edit WordPress pages. Preference will be given to those who volunteer at the garden and/or study journalism. The internship will start in the current spring semester but could continue through to next year.

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EVENTS & MEETINGS

1/26 – Summer undergraduate research fellowship information session

The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program is designed to enhance the educational experience of undergraduates by engaging them in research opportunities. In this workshop, participants will hear from past SURF recipients about how they developed successful proposals. The UNC Writing Center will provide a short presentation on how to develop proposals. For more information about SURF and the application, visit SURF online. Submission deadline is 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26.

1/31 – Learn how to become an ecorep

EcoReps is a student led organization committed to providing campus-wide peer-to-peer outreach in support of UNC Chapel Hill’s many sustainable practices, programs, and initiatives. Come learn what it means to sustainable at Carolina and how to educate other students on leading sustainable lives. Training is on Jan. 31 from 10 a.m. -2 p.m. (with breaks provided). Register online at UNC Chapel Hill EcoReps. Contact Srilekhya Sure with questions.

2/13 – Involving undergraduates in engaged research

Seminar Series on Engaged Scholarship will continue Feb. 13 with a one and a half hour session for faculty, staff and graduate students to promote community engagement and engaged scholarship being done at UNC-Chapel Hill. This seminar, Involving undergraduates in engaged research, will begin at 8:45 with sign-in and refreshments in Dey Hall’s Toy Lounge. The presentation is from 9 – 10:30 a.m. This session will introduce models for involving undergraduates in engaged research, including as part of a team, embedded in coursework and internship or research assistantships. Donna Bickford, associate director of the Office for Undergraduate Research, will facilitate a faculty panel discussing how they work with undergraduates through embedding research in courses, advising and mentoring students on independent projects, and/or supervising them as research assistants or interns. Coffee, tea and bagels will be provided. Register online at UNC Event Registration.

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PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

1/30 – Special olympics seeks swim and bowling coaches

The Special Olympics Orange County seeks swim and bowling coaches. Swim coaches are committed to help both in and out of the water, monitoring warm-ups and lanes, and getting in the pool as needed. Bowling coaches provide assistance for 5 – 21-year-olds and teach appropriate skills in a community-based setting, from learning how to pick a shoe size to using bowling lanes. Bowling classes meet once weekly, 10 – 11 a.m. on either Monday or Wednesday, 1 – 2 p.m. on Tuesday or Thursday, or 11 a.m. – noon on Thursday. Contact Colleen Lanigan for more information.

1/31 – community empowerment fund advocate program

The Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) is recruiting volunteer advocates to work one-on-one with CEF members on achieving personal goals, gaining employment and income, securing stable housing, building savings and much more. Complete the Volunteer Introduction online by Jan. 31 at 11:59 p.m. For more information, contact Matt Kauffmann.

Advancement Via Individual Determination seeks tutors

Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) is a college preparatory program dedicated to closing the achievement gap. AVID seeks volunteers who can dedicate their time to facilitating tutorials where volunteer tutors mentor and support students in small study groups. If interested, contact Kelsey Kaul.

Technology Without Borders needs student mentors

Interested in education, social justice or professional development? Technology Without Borders‘ mentor program pairs student volunteers one-on-one with community members to teach fundamental computer skills necessary for many jobs, including how to use email, Google and Word processing. Applications are now being accepted. For more information, contact Alexander Sherry.

Newman Center seeks alternative spring break graduate student mentors

The Newman Student Center parrish seeks three adult mentors to participate on three domestic service trips. Trips are from March 7/8 – 14. Service sites include the Christian Appalachia Project in McKee, Kentucky; L’Arche Community in Mobile, Alabama; and Goodworks with the Sisters of St. Joseph in Philadelphia. If interested or for more information, contact Shannon Kirchmer.

Preparing international teaching assistants program seeks volunteers

UNC’s Preparing International Teaching Assistants Program seeks undergraduate volunteers to serve as classroom consultants and conversation partners for international graduate students. A 10 – 15 hour per semester commitment is expected and all majors are welcome. Contact Brian Rybarczyk for details.

Volunteer youth soccer coaches needed

Rainbow Soccer is recruiting volunteer coaches for its spring 2015 for youth teams for ages 5-15. Responsibilities include practice planning and management, participation in Saturday games, and player and parent communication. The season runs from mid-March to mid-May. The introduction to soccer program occurs on Friday evenings with no other time commitments. Contact Karen for more information.

English teaching volunteers needed for Madagascar charity

Azafady, an award-winning United Kingdom charity, needs volunteers to join its English Programme. The program works to improve English skills of students and adults, thereby improving their job prospects and building the local economy. No teaching is experience needed. For more information, contact Louise du Plessis.

Teen Career Academy seeks one-on-one tutors

The Teen Career Academy at the Durham Literacy Center seeks part-time volunteers to work one-on-one with teens and young adults who are working toward taking their GED tests. Volunteers are needed Monday through Thursday from 9 – 11:30 a.m. You may volunteer as many or as few days as your schedule allows. Contact Meghan McLaughlin with availability or questions.

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CCPS WEBSITE – FIND US ON THE WEB

The Carolina Center for Public Service’s website (www.ccps.unc.edu) features the latest information about the APPLES Service-Learning, Buckley Public Service Scholars, and Faculty Engaged Scholars programs as well as details about Public Service Awards and Fellowships. You can also read stories of Carolina students, faculty and staff who are making a difference. The Carolina Center for Public Service: Connecting Carolina and Communities – be sure to bookmark the site. Learn more about what Carolina is doing in public service and engagement. Visit us online, or join us today on Facebook at Public Service and Engagement UNC Chapel Hill.

UNC’S DISASTER RESPONSE

Whenever disasters strike – in North Carolina, the United States or around the world – Carolina students, faculty and staff immediately ask, “What can we do to help?” If you are aware of disaster response or recovery efforts being coordinated on campus that you would like listed on this page, send an email to CCPS.

ABOUT OUR NEWSLETTER

The Carolina Center for Public Service (CCPS) publishes the Public Service News to keep students, faculty, staff and community members up-to-date on current public service resources, programs and volunteer opportunities. For more info on CCPS, please visit http://ccps.unc.edu. If you are involved in public service and would like to post an announcement, fill out our online request at http://ccps.unc.edu/news-events/public-service-news-listserv/next-weeks-listserv/. The deadline for inclusion is 5 p.m. on the Wednesday prior to Monday publication. The Public Service News is published only when class is in session, once per week during the academic year and bi-weekly during the summer sessions. To unsubscribe, click here or, send a blank email to leave-34847996-76489955.07b7484471051a00b41b3bf1990b60eb@listserv.unc.edu. Thank you. Back to top


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