APPLES Expeditions are 1-day service trips to partners of APPLES Service-Learning and the Carolina Center for Public Service across the state. Students will have the opportunity to learn about communities
and issues in North Carolina and will engage in reflective service-learning activities throughout the day. Expeditions can either act as an introduction to APPLES or as an opportunity to stay involved after participating in one of our programs. There is no limit to the amount of Expeditions a student can attend and all trips are first come-first serve. To view the scheduled opportunities or sign up for an APPLES Expedition, please visit the registration form.
Please email Tyler Eaton, APPLES Programming Chair, with any questions about Expeditions.
For each of the following expeditions, you can sign up using the registration page and mark which date you are interested in:
Oct. 12 – Food insecurity in Chapel Hill/Carrboro
Nov. 2 – TBD
Nov. 16 – TBD
Please check back or email APPLES to receive future APPLES announcements.
Potential themes of trips include:
- Disaster recovery in eastern NC
- Health and education equity
- Labor rights
- Hunger and food access
- Immigrant and refugee empowerment
- Environmental advocacy
In the fall of 2018, in response to the affects of Hurricane Florence in eastern NC, APPLES organizers decided to focus on Disaster Recovery as a semester-long theme. Throughout the semester, Expeditions visited Lumberton, NC and sorted donations at a local community center and cleaned up affected homes and restoration sites.
Oct. 6, 2018: Robeson County Church and Community Center (RCCCC)
Oct. 27, 2018: United Methodist Community on Relief based in Robeson County (UMCOR)
Nov. 17, 2018: UMCOR and RCCCC
Feb. 23, 2019: Special Olympics NC
The Carolina Center for Public Service at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for its events and programs. If you need accommodations, please contact email@example.com or call 919-962-0902. Every reasonable effort will be made to implement accommodations in an effective and timely manner.