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Hiwot Ekuban: reflections on how service at Carolina led to a career helping others

Doing more: Zaynab Nasif’s journey through service-learning

Tiffany Turner’s journey from needing food to a life passion for alleviating food insecurity

Serving Latinx communities

APPLES awards individuals and organizations for excellence in service-learning

Leaving your Heel print: How one senior leaves his mark through service

Service experiences lead to dream career for senior Analisa Sorrells

APPLES alternative breaks launches new break experience

APPLES gives fall break a purpose for UNC students

APPLES service-learning course is CURE-ious Chemistry

First-year students launch into community service

Impact through Upward Bound

Service through technology

Learning through summer service

Ami Patel goes outward bound to build leadership skills

Murdock family supports students serving communities

APPLES launches SLI: Engage

2017 APPLES Award recipients recognized

Battle Grove serves as a model for living-learning lab

APPLES leads alumna to an alternative route

APPLES Course Development Grant enhances filmmaking class

UNC-Chapel Hill student honored for community service

APPLES alternative fall break participants serve where needed

APPLES summer intern impacts local organizaton

Jesse White is passionate about public service

SLI immerses first-years in service before classes start

An alternative spring break

2016 APPLES Service-Learning Award recipients honored

APPLES service-learning class and volunteer doulas partner on better births

APPLES participant receives Campus Compact outstanding leadership and service award

APPLES alumnus makes service a career

APPLES/BPSS alumna finds herself in service

APPLES students serve communities during fall break

Student leaders hone skills through Outward Bound

First-Year students immersed in service through SLI

APPLES intern lobbies for farmworkers and undocumented students

APPLES intern works with community partner to share message and vision

Bryan Social Innovation Fellow continues to create community

APPLES alum turned passion into career

2015 APPLES Service-Learning Awards

APPLES Service-Learning turns 25

APPLES celebrates 25 years at UNC

2014 Alternative Fall Breaks bring new elements

APPLES Day 2014

APPLES summer intern works to give back to the community

Former APPLES organizer shares life story and passion for service

Bryan Social Innovation Fellows impact Nigeria’s youth

APPLES and BPSS student participants receive Chancellor’s Awards

APPLES recognizes 2014 service-learning award recipients

UNC students to spend spring break serving the community

Katie Weinel learns most from service work

Students address community issues through popular service-learning course

APPLES Service-Learning student teaches healthy eating habits to community in Ecuador

Guanajuato Connections: Experiencing the global South

High expectations for APPLES Alternative Breaks

First-year students kick-off school year with service work through SLI

Saarah Abdul-Rauf: VISTA Profile

Musical Empowerment serves local kids through music

APPLES honors 2013 award winners

Service-Learning Initiative connects first-years with Carolina community

Launch aims to help First-generation students

APPLES Alternative Spring Break

Some students will spend spring break in class

Faculty Engaged Scholars and APPLES Service-Learning faculty receive teaching honors

Classroom is community for Faculty Engaged Scholar Della Pollock

Students connect with the community during alternative winter break

Bryan fellow Camille McGirt receives Community Impact Award

Healthy Girls Save the World Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship

APPLES service-learning course writing student promotes benefits of UNC-Duke rivalry for local nonprofit

APPLES Service-learning course increases students’ Spanish fluency

APPLES alumnus invites young alumni to accept Holsenbeck Challenge

Buckley Public Service Scholar participant Courtney Sanford named Innovation Scholar

Fifty-eight alternative spring break participants visit three states – changing communities and changing themselves

Students Spend Spring Break Lending A Helping Hand

Realizing a dream through alternative breaks

Bryan Social Innovation Fellow Camille McGirtand works to address childhood obesity