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[iconheading type=”h3″ style=”fa fa-dollar” color=”#56A0D3″]Funding

COVID-19 Rural Response Grant »

  • Up to $10,000 to support partnership programs that respond to immediate and anticipated COVID-19 needs in rural areas of North Carolina
  • Proposals will be accepted from UNC-Chapel Hill students (undergraduate and graduate), faculty and staff. Students applying for funds should have a faculty advisor
  • All applicants must have an identified community partner that has helped define the project and will assist with its implementation
  • Applications will be reviewed on a monthly rolling basis

Community Engagement Fellowship »

  • Up to $2,500 to develop and implement engagement or engaged scholarship projects that are responsive to community priorities and have an academic connection
  • Fellows work in collaboration with community partners and faculty mentors who are familiar with their topics or geographic areas
  • Fellowships run from March to November

Disaster Relief Trip Grants and Disaster Recovery Project Grants »

  • Up to $5,000 available for North Carolina-based recovery projects led by UNC-Chapel Hill students, staff and/or faculty
  • Up to $1,000 for relief trips, organized by UNC-Chapel Hill students, staff or faculty, to affected areas

Service Partnership Mini-Grants »

  • Between $150 and $300 to support project- or event-based collaborations with a community partner
  • To apply, students submit a project or event proposal along with the written endorsement of a community partner

Mingma Norbu Sherpa Fellowship »

  • $2,500 to support study and engaged research in environmental field sites, preferably abroad
  • Must continue your studies at UNC-Chapel Hill in the semester following the fellowship
[iconheading type=”h3″ style=”fa fa-trophy” color=”#56A0D3″]Awards

Robert E. Bryan Public Service Award »

Awarded for a specific effort (rather than an overall record) exemplifying outstanding engagement and service to the state of North Carolina that is characterized by:

  • working in partnership with community members,
  • inspiring and involving others, and/or helping others to serve,
  • responding to a practical problem, issue or concern of the state and
  • working to assure the impact in the community is lasting

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Buckley Public Service Scholars Graduate Assistant »

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.