Public Service News 6/11/2018

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/. Follow us on Twitter at UNCServes or 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.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OPPORTUNITIES AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

8/6 – APPLES Service-Learning fall semester course volunteers

INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

9/15 – Carolina Global Photography Competition

EVENTS & MEETINGS

6/30 – UNC Oral Cancer 5K and Health Fair

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Summer volunteers needed at Carolina Campus Community Garden
Health career organization founding members needed
Platelet donors seeks at UNC Blood Donation Center

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

8/6 – APPLES Service-Learning fall semester course volunteers

Volunteer requests for APPLES service-learning course fall volunteers are open until Aug. 6. APPLES course volunteers serve 30 hours during the semester, from September to December. Community partners should request service-learning course volunteers through the APPLES online community partner portal. For questions, contact Becca Bender.

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INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

9/15 – Carolina Global Photography Competition

Carolina Global Photography Competition is accepting photos for its 19th annual amateur photo competition. The competition, which is open to all students, faculty, alumni and staff of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is an opportunity to showcase Carolina’s global activity, educational opportunities, research and service. Photos may represent any world region and there is no restriction on the period in which the photo was taken. Entries will be judged on artistic merit and context, and winners will be displayed in the FedEx Global Education Center. For details, visit globalphoto.unc.edu.

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EVENTS & MEETINGS

6/30 – UNC Oral Cancer 5K and Health Fair

UNC School of Dentistry’s Student National Dental Association will host the 2018 Oral Cancer Walk & 5K at the Old Well 9 a.m. Saturday, June 30. Free oral cancer screenings, blood pressure and glucose readings, and medication reviews will be offered following the race. All proceeds will benefit the Oral Cancer Foundation to fund lifesaving research. Sign up at 2018 Oral Cancer Walk & 5K.

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

 

Summer volunteers needed at Carolina Campus Community Garden

The Carolina Campus Community Garden, located within walking distance from campus, needs volunteers this summer to help plant, weed, water and harvest vegetables and fruit. Experienced and novice gardeners are welcome. For directions to the garden and garden workdays, visit Carolina Campus Community Garden. If interested in volunteering, contact Claire Lorch for more details.

Health career organization founding members needed

Interdisciplinary Health Career Collaboration seeks undergraduate pre-health majors who are interested in being a founding member of UNC’s first interdisciplinary health career organization. This organization will host discussions on prevalent medical conditions, and facilitate discussion on how to treat these conditions from a variety of professional perspectives, including medicine, PA, nursing, public health, social work and more. For details, contact Hannah Snow.

Platelet donors seeks at UNC Blood Donation Center

Interdisciplinary Health Career Collaboration seeks undergraduate pre-health majors who are interested in being a founding member of UNC’s first interdisciplinary health career organization. This organization will host discussions on prevalent medical conditions, and facilitate discussion on how to treat these conditions from a variety of professional perspectives, including medicine, PA, nursing, public health, social work and more. For details, contact Hannah Snow.

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CCPS WEBSITE – FIND US ON THE WEB

The Carolina Center for Public Service (wccps.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, follow us on Twitter at UNCServes 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 https://ccps.unc.edu. If you are involved in public service and would like to post an announcement, fill out our online request at https://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.

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Public Service News 5/29/2018

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/. Follow us on Twitter at UNCServes or 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.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OPPORTUNITIES AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

8/6 – APPLES Service-Learning fall semester course volunteers

INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

7/25 – Apply to be a Bonner Leader

EVENTS & MEETINGS

6/5 – 30th annual Carolina Blood Drive
Initiative on Poverty and Inequality

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

5/31 – Become a volunteer docent at the Ackland Art Museum
Summer volunteers needed at Carolina Campus Community Garden
Carolina WISE summer volunteers
A Helping Hand seeks CNAs and companions
Volunteer at summer orientation with Rise Against Hunger
Stigma Free Carolina leadership applications

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

8/6 – APPLES Service-Learning fall semester course volunteers

Volunteer requests for APPLES service-learning course fall volunteers are open until Aug. 6. APPLES course volunteers serve 30 hours during the semester, from September to December. Community partners should request service-learning course volunteers through the APPLES online community partner portal. For questions, contact Becca Bender.

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INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

7/25 – Apply to be a Bonner Leader

The Campus Y’s Bonner Leaders program provides service-based scholarships and leverages federal community service work-study funds to support intensive undergraduate community service and social justice activities throughout students’ college careers. Incoming students who are passionate about community service, interested in working on critical issues facing our community, want to develop leadership skills, and are eligible for a Federal work-study award should apply to be a Bonner Leader by July 25.

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EVENTS & MEETINGS

6/5 – 30th annual Carolina Blood Drive

Help the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill celebrate three decades of saving lives at the 30th annual Carolina Blood Drive, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 5 at the Dean E. Smith Center. There is plenty of free parking, or ride over on Chapel Hill Transit R or RU lines. All presenting donors will receive a commemorative blood drive T-shirt and free food. Door prizes include an autographed Carolina football, football and basketball game tickets, and dinner for two at the Carolina Club. Schedule your appointment today, call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or use the Blood Donor App and enter sponsor code: UNC. To volunteer for the drive, complete the volunteer form.

Initiative on Poverty and Inequality

Several UNC students are working to found Initiative on Poverty and Inequality to host talks and programs for the study of inequality and poverty, and to develop initiatives to combat inequalities throughout North Carolina and the United States. To get involved in working toward closing gaps related to income inequality and other societal disparities, complete the Google form.

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

5/31 – Become a volunteer docent at the Ackland Art Museum

Ackland Art Museum docents are a dedicated group of volunteer educators who offer their time, talents and expertise to support the museum’s education programs for K-12 students and community members. The museum needs volunteers who are interested in art and who are able to engage meaningfully with members of the diverse communities the museum serves. Prior experience with art or teaching is not required. Visit Ackland Art Museum Docent Program for details. Apply by 31 May.

Summer volunteers needed at Carolina Campus Community Garden

The Carolina Campus Community Garden, located within walking distance from campus, needs volunteers this summer to help plant, weed, water and harvest vegetables and fruit. Experienced and novice gardeners are welcome. For directions to the garden and garden workdays, visit Carolina Campus Community Garden. If interested in volunteering, contact Claire Lorch for more details.

Carolina WISE summer volunteers

Carolina Wildlife Information and Science Education (WISE) seeks summer student volunteers to help with its animal collection. Volunteers will make diets, clean cages, socialize animals and deliver educational programs. Volunteers are asked to work one 45-minute shift once a week and need to complete training prior to volunteering. Contact sbwong@live.unc.edu or visit Carolina WISE for details.

A Helping Hand seeks CNAs and companions

A Helping Hand and Canopy of Carol Woods, two local nonprofit home care organizations, are working together to offer a continuum of care to older adults and adults with disabilities. Individuals with current CNA certification or a compassionate disposition are needed to provide essential services to adults in need. Pre-health students seeking to improve the quality of life in our community and engage in paid social activism can apply at A Helping Hand.

Volunteer at summer orientation with Rise Against Hunger

Earn volunteer hours while impacting and connecting with the Carolina’s newest students. Work with Rise Against Hunger this summer at orientation meal packaging sessions. Gain valuable leadership experience by helping ensure thousands of meals successfully make it as hunger relief to developing nations. Volunteers must be consistent throughout the summer orientation sessions. Up to six volunteers are needed for each packaging event; only sign up for the dates you know you can attend. Contact Hunter Gadwill or Toby Bader with changes to your chosen orientation sessions or if you have any questions.

Stigma Free Carolina leadership applications

Stigma Free Carolina seeks students passionate about mental health issues to join its leadership team for the upcoming academic year. Open positions are available in research, communications and logistics. If interested, send a one to two-page resume and any questions to Ben Lee.

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CCPS WEBSITE – FIND US ON THE WEB

The Carolina Center for Public Service (wccps.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, follow us on Twitter at UNCServes 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 https://ccps.unc.edu. If you are involved in public service and would like to post an announcement, fill out our online request at https://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.

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Public Service News 5/21/2018

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/. Follow us on Twitter at UNCServes or 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.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OPPORTUNITIES AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

8/6 – APPLES Service-Learning fall semester course volunteers

INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

7/25 – Apply to be a Bonner Leader

EVENTS & MEETINGS

5/23 – Pupusas for Education celebration dinner
Initiative on Poverty and Inequality

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

5/31 – Become a volunteer docent at the Ackland Art Museum
Carolina WISE summer volunteers
A Helping Hand seeks CNAs and companions
Volunteer at summer orientation with Rise Against Hunger
Stigma Free Carolina leadership applications

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

8/6 – APPLES Service-Learning fall semester course volunteers

Volunteer requests for APPLES service-learning course fall volunteers are open until Aug. 6. APPLES course volunteers serve 30 hours during the semester, from September to December. Community partners should request service-learning course volunteers through the APPLES online community partner portal. For questions, contact Becca Bender.

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INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

7/25 – Apply to be a Bonner Leader

The Campus Y’s Bonner Leaders program provides service-based scholarships and leverages federal community service work-study funds to support intensive undergraduate community service and social justice activities throughout students’ college careers. Incoming students who are passionate about community service, interested in working on critical issues facing our community, want to develop leadership skills, and are eligible for a Federal work-study award should apply to be a Bonner Leader by July 25.

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EVENTS & MEETINGS

5/23 – Pupusas for Education celebration dinner

Pupusas for Education is a Campus Y CUBE venture that provides renewable scholarships and other resources for local undocumented college students. Pupusas will host a celebration dinner Wednesday, May 23 in Durham to support its scholarship program. For details, visit Pupusas for Education on Facebook.

Initiative on Poverty and Inequality

Several UNC students are working to found Initiative on Poverty and Inequality to host talks and programs for the study of inequality and poverty, and to develop initiatives to combat inequalities throughout North Carolina and the United States. To get involved in working toward closing gaps related to income inequality and other societal disparities, complete the Google form.

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

5/31 – Become a volunteer docent at the Ackland Art Museum

Ackland Art Museum docents are a dedicated group of volunteer educators who offer their time, talents and expertise to support the museum’s education programs for K-12 students and community members. The museum needs volunteers who are interested in art and who are able to engage meaningfully with members of the diverse communities the museum serves. Prior experience with art or teaching is not required. Visit Ackland Art Museum Docent Program for details. Apply by 31 May.

Carolina WISE summer volunteers

Carolina Wildlife Information and Science Education (WISE) seeks summer student volunteers to help with its animal collection. Volunteers will make diets, clean cages, socialize animals and deliver educational programs. Volunteers are asked to work one 45-minute shift once a week and need to complete training prior to volunteering. Contact sbwong@live.unc.edu or visit Carolina WISE for details.

A Helping Hand seeks CNAs and companions

A Helping Hand and Canopy of Carol Woods, two local nonprofit home care organizations, are working together to offer a continuum of care to older adults and adults with disabilities. Individuals with current CNA certification or a compassionate disposition are needed to provide essential services to adults in need. Pre-health students seeking to improve the quality of life in our community and engage in paid social activism can apply at A Helping Hand.

Volunteer at summer orientation with Rise Against Hunger

Earn volunteer hours while impacting and connecting with the Carolina’s newest students. Work with Rise Against Hunger this summer at orientation meal packaging sessions. Gain valuable leadership experience by helping ensure thousands of meals successfully make it as hunger relief to developing nations. Volunteers must be consistent throughout the summer orientation sessions. Up to six volunteers are needed for each packaging event; only sign up for the dates you know you can attend. Contact Hunter Gadwill or Toby Bader with changes to your chosen orientation sessions or if you have any questions.

Stigma Free Carolina leadership applications

Stigma Free Carolina seeks students passionate about mental health issues to join its leadership team for the upcoming academic year. Open positions are available in research, communications and logistics. If interested, send a one to two-page resume and any questions to Ben Lee.

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CCPS WEBSITE – FIND US ON THE WEB

The Carolina Center for Public Service (wccps.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, follow us on Twitter at UNCServes 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 https://ccps.unc.edu. If you are involved in public service and would like to post an announcement, fill out our online request at https://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.

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Public Service News 4/16/2018

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/. Follow us on Twitter at UNCServes or 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.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OPPORTUNITIES AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

4/25 – CarolinaServes Day
5/10 – Course Development Institute on Service-Learning registration

UNC DISASTER RELIEF

4/20 – Disaster relief trips
4/27 – Center for Global Initiatives collecting supplies for Puerto Rico

INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

5/1 – Carolina Navigators summer internships
5/4 – 2018 Young Advocates Institute Counselor application due
Carolina Navigators Global Service-Learning Experience

EVENTS & MEETINGS

4/16 – Hot Chocolate and Conversations with HYPE
4/17 – Carolina Conversations: What Does it Mean to be a Public University
4/18 & 24 – Carolina Seminar Series: Sexual Harassment in Academia
4/20 – Climate Change and Resilience Symposium
4/21 – Plasticon: Carolina Performing Arts day of sustainability
4/21 – Supporting Those Who Say #MeToo workshop
4/23 – Commemoration of Frederick Douglass’ 200 birthday
4/28 – Northside Festival
4/30 – Shout Out! Against Sexual Violence
6/1 – Chapel Hill Peoples Academy

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

4/18 – Earth Day Festival volunteers needed
4/22 – Chapel Hill Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk
Volunteer with Challah for Hunger

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

4/25 – CarolinaServes Day

The first CarolinaServes Day is set for 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. April 25. The event will feature more than 40 on-campus organizations and will celebrate the service work that the Carolina community has accomplished during the 2017 – 2018 year. There will be interactive service activities including Rise Against Hunger and packing school supplies for Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools in the Great Hall, Polk Place and around The Pit.

5/10 – Course Development Institute on Service-Learning registration

The annual Course Development Institute on Service-Learning is set for 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. May 15 in Frank Porter Graham Student Union, room 2518 A-B. Topics include service-learning pedagogy, faculty course models, partnership development and course design. This event is free, but space is limited. Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be provided. Register by May 10 at UNC Event Registration. Contact Becca Bender with questions.

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UNC DISASTER RELIEF

4/20 – DISASTER RELIEF TRIP

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill continues to be responsive to communities still dealing with the impact of recent disasters. Spring relief trips will all take place at UNC’s adopted home in Lumberton, North Carolina through the North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church. The next Hurricane Matthew relief day trip is April 20. The trip will leave from Memorial Hall at 7:15 a.m. and return to campus no later than 6:30 p.m. Breakfast, lunch, snacks and transportation will be provided. There are no required skills needed to volunteer, but please let us know if you have specific skills, experiences or tools that will be helpful on the work site. Visit UNC disaster relief trips for information about past trips and more details about these experiences. UNC’s disaster relief website is updated with ongoing efforts for Hurricane Matthew and other disasters. Email ccps@unc.edu with questions.

4/27- CENTER FOR GLOBAL INITIATIVES COLLECTING SUPPLIES FOR PUERTO RICO

The Center for Global Initiatives is partnering with the Institute for the Study of the Americas and Romance Languages department to collect hygiene products, basic camping gear, non-perishable food, clothes, small power generators, batteries and battery-powered flashlights/lanterns for hurricane victims. Donations will be accepted at the FedEx Global Center Suite 3000 until April 27.

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INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

5/1 – CAROLINA NAVIGATORS SUMMER INTERNSHIPS

Carolina Navigators needs two or three interns for the summer semester. Interns will provide professional experience relevant to communications, international education and nonprofit program management. Email your resume and cover letter detailing why this internship is a good fit for you and why you are an ideal candidate for this internship to Liz Bucrek by May 1.

5/4 – 2018 YOUNG ADVOCATES INSTITUTE COUNSELOR APPLICATION DUE

The North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA) is looking for 25 young adults ages 18-25 to serve as camp counselors for the 2018 Young Advocates Institute July 6–8 at North Carolina A&T State University. This volunteer opportunity is eligible for up to 80 hours of community service. Counselors will participate in group supervision of participants, ensure the wellbeing of participants, work with staff to resolve any issues with facilities or programs and assist with tasks and activities as needed. Applications are due May 4.

CAROLINA NAVIGATORS GLOBAL SERVICE-LEARNING EXPERIENCE

Carolina Navigators is a highly selective academic, undergraduate service-learning program designed to teach students about global education and increase intercultural competence. Participants will create culture kits, give virtual presentation to K-12 students and improve their leadership skills. Contact Liz Bucrek with questions.

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EVENTS & MEETINGS

4/16 – HOT CHOCOLATE AND CONVERSATIONS WITH HYPE

Helping Youth by Providing Enrichment (HYPE) will host a conversation about education disparities in the community at 6:30 p.m. April 16 in the Student Union Art Gallery. The discussion will focus on issues impacting students in Chapel Hill and Carrboro schools, but no background in education or public policy is required. All are welcome to participate in respectful and open conversation. Hot chocolate and popcorn will be served.

4/17 – CAROLINA CONVERSATIONS: WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A PUBLIC UNIVERSITY

The April Carolina Conversations, What Does it Mean to be a Public University?, will take place from 4 – 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 17 in the Student Union Aquarium Lounge. The event will be presented by Michael Smith, dean of the School of Government, and Frayda Bluestein, David M. Lawrence Distinguished Professor of Public Law and Government. All faculty, staff and students are invited to attend the discussion.

4/18 & 24 – CAROLINA SEMINAR SERIES: SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN ACADEMIA

The Carolina Seminar Series, in conjunction with the Carolina Women’s Center and WISDOM (Women in Science Deserve Opportunities and Mentoring) present a two-part speaker series covering sexual harassment in academia. The first event, noon to 1:30 p.m. April 18, will feature Dr. Karen Kelsky who will speak about her experiences as a professor. A questions and answer session will follow. The second event, noon – 4 p.m. April 24, will be a workshop to address the continuum of harassment and what can be done to prevent it. Both events will take place in the Sonja Haynes Stone Center, Hitchcock room. Contact Grace David to RSVP.

4/20 – Climate Change and Resilience Symposium

The 5th Annual UNC Climate Change and Resilience Symposium will be held from 12:15 – 5 p.m. Friday, April 20 in Genome Sciences Building. The keynote speaker is Dr. Susan White, executive director of North Carolina Sea Grant, North Carolina Space Grant and UNC Water Resources Research Institute. There will be two expert panels and a student research poster session to showcase climate change and resilience-related research. Food will be provided, and a happy hour at West End Wine Bar on Franklin Street will follow from 5:30 – 7 p.m. West End will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Carolina Disaster Relief Fund, which supports recovery from Hurricane Matthew.

4/21 – Plasticon: Carolina Performing Arts day of sustainability

Plasticon will be held from 2–5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 21 at CURRENT ArtSpace + Studio, 123 W. Franklin Street. The festival will feature artist-in-residence Robin Frohardt’s plastic-based art. She will also discuss issues of sustainability and consumption. Participants can make art, hear presentations about inventive research and watch the short film “A Plastic Ocean.” This event is free and open to the public. RSVP at Plasticon.

4/21 – Supporting Those Who Say #MeToo workshop

The Orange County Rape Crisis Center will host a workshop from noon – 2 p.m. at the Chapel Hill Library. The workshop will address how to support those who say #MeToo and all survivors.

4/23 – Commemoration of Frederick Douglass’ 200th birthday

The Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History will commemorate Frederick Douglass’ 200th birthday 7 – 8:30 p.m. Monday, April 23 with a talk by Kenneth B. Morris, Jr. and Robert Benz of the Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives (FDFI). Morris is the great-great-great grandson of Douglass as well as the great-great grandson of African-American icon Booker T. Washington. Morris and Benz will discuss the life, legacy and relevance of Frederick Douglass 200 years after his birth. A questions and answer session and book signing will follow the presentation.

4/28 – Northside Festival

The Marian Cheek Jackson Center will host the Northside Festival noon – 3:30 p.m. April 28 on West Rosemary Street between Roberson and Graham streets. The festival features free food, field games, live music and performances for all ages to enjoy. For more information or to volunteer, email info@jacksoncenter.info.

4/30 – Shout Out! Against Sexual Violence

The Orange Country Rape Crisis Center’s annual Shout Out! will be held from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. April 30 at the Chapel Hill Public Library. The evening of expression will include personal thoughts and experiences surrounding the issues of rape and sexual assault. Sexual violence survivors and those who care about them can share stories, testimonials, poetry and spoken word, dance, music and visual art. The event is bilingual in Spanish/English, and there will be an open mic following submitted program pieces.

6/1 – Chapel Hill Peoples Academy

The Town of Chapel Hill’s Peoples Academy is an opportunity for those who live, work or study in Chapel Hill to improve their civic understanding of town services. Participants will learn about the Town of Chapel Hill, tour facilities and build leadership and communication skills. The Peoples Academy takes place over five weeks in the fall, with classes on Thursdays and Saturdays.  Applications go live June 1 and close Aug. 31. Learn more and apply at Chapel Hill People’s Academy.

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

4/18 – Earth Day Festival volunteers needed

Carolina’s Student Government Environmental Affairs Committee needs volunteers for is Earth Day Festival, 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. April 18. Volunteers will interact with various on and off-campus organizations, environmental justice advocates and technology-focused businesses. Volunteers will receive free breakfast or lunch. For more information and to volunteer, see the RSVP sheet.

4/22 – Chapel Hill Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk

The 31st annual Chapel Hill Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk is set for 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 22 at the Carrboro Town Commons/Farmers Market. The Crop Hunger Walk is a four-mile walk that raises money to provide food and other resources for people locally and around the world to aid in hunger relief. To sign up, volunteer or donate, visit CROP Hunger Walk.

Stigma Free Carolina Leadership applications

Stigma Free Carolina seeks students passionate about mental health issues to join its leadership team for the upcoming academic year. Open positions are available in research, communications and logistics. If interested, send a one to two-page resume and any questions to Ben Lee.

Volunteer with Challah for Hunger

Challah for Hunger is a student-run organization that bakes and sells challah and donates the proceeds to Carolina Cupboard. Sign up to bake or sell, or contact Isabel Rodriguez for more information.

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CCPS WEBSITE – FIND US ON THE WEB

The Carolina Center for Public Service (wccps.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, follow us on Twitter at UNCServes 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 https://ccps.unc.edu. If you are involved in public service and would like to post an announcement, fill out our online request at https://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.

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Public Service News 4/9/2018

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/. Follow us on Twitter at UNCServes or 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.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OPPORTUNITIES AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

5/10 – Course Development Institute on Service-Learning registration

UNC DISASTER RELIEF

4/20 – Disaster relief trips

INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

4/9 – Refugee Health Initiative executive board
4/13 – Campus Y executive team
4/15 – Promoting Innovations and Collaborations in Health leadership team
5/1 – Carolina Navigators summer internships
Carolina Navigators Global Service-Learning Experience
Public Impact internship
Duke TIP Summer Studies Program

EVENTS & MEETINGS

4/14 – Not In My City Conference
4/16 – Natural Hazards Resilience Speaker Series
4/28 – Northside Festival
5/3 – 4 – Community-Campus Partnerships for Health training
6/1 – Chapel Hill Peoples Academy

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

4/18 – Earth Day Festival volunteers needed
4/22 – Chapel Hill Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk
Volunteer with Challah for Hunger

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

5/10 – Course Development Institute on Service-Learning registration

The annual Course Development Institute on Service-Learning is set for 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. May 15 in Frank Porter Graham Student Union, room 2518 A-B. Topics include service-learning pedagogy, faculty course models, partnership development and course design. This event is free, but space is limited. Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be provided. Register by May 10 at UNC Event Registration. Contact Becca Bender with questions.

UNC DISASTER RELIEF

4/20 – DISASTER RELIEF TRIPS

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill continues to be responsive to communities still dealing with the impact of recent disasters. Spring relief trips will all take place at UNC’s adopted home in Lumberton, North Carolina through the North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church. The next Hurricane Matthew relief day trip is April 20. The trip will leave from Memorial Hall at 7:15 a.m. and return to campus no later than 6:30 p.m. Breakfast, lunch, snacks and transportation will be provided. There are no required skills needed to volunteer, but please let us know if you have specific skills, experiences or tools that will be helpful on the work site. Visit UNC disaster relief trips for information about past trips and more details about these experiences. UNC’s disaster relief website is updated with ongoing efforts for Hurricane Matthew and other disasters. Email ccps@unc.edu with questions.

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INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

4/9 – Refugee Health Initiative executive board

The Refugee Health Initiative seeks students for its executive board. Available positions include education research officer, volunteer coordinator and graduate co-director. The Refugee Health Initiative works with refugees and community organizations to promote and support the local refugee community. See the flier for more information. Apply by April 9.

4/13 – Campus Y executive team

The Campus Y seeks passionate students to support its mission of advancing social justice in our community. Available positions include the development committee, the communications team, The Arc editor-in-chief, co-leader for the First-Year Council and finance assistant. Apply online by April 13.

4/15 – Promoting Innovations and Collaborations in Health leadership team

Promoting Innovations and Collaborations in Health (PI+CH) seeks students to apply for its 2018-2019 executive board team. PI+CH is a growing student organization dedicated to promoting health innovation with social impact. Learn more and apply by April 15.

5/1 – Carolina Navigators summer internships

Carolina Navigators needs two or three interns for the summer semester. Interns will provide professional experience relevant to communications, international education and nonprofit program management. Email your resume and cover letter detailing why this internship is a good fit for you, and why you are an ideal candidate for this internship, to Liz Bucrek by May 1.

Carolina Navigators Global Service-Learning Experience

Carolina Navigators is a highly selective academic, undergraduate service-learning program designed to teach students about global education and increase intercultural competence. Participants will create culture kits, give virtual presentation to K-12 students and improve their leadership skills. Contact Liz Bucrek with questions.

Public Impact internships

Public Impact offers paid internships for data analyst, media assistant, consulting and education policy analysis positions. For details, visit Public Impact. The office is located in downtown Carrboro. The staff is increasingly diverse, and every team member has a manager for professional guidance and support.

Duke TIP Summer Studies Program

The Duke Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) offers undergraduate level coursework to highly gifted middle and high school students at university sites across the Southeast and beyond. Duke TIP seeks content specialists to serve as instructors and instructional assistants during June and/or July for its Summer Studies Program. The instructor position requires at least a year of graduate coursework, professional experience and/or teaching experience. The instructional assistant position requires completion of at least two years of college. Duke TIP provides pedagogical training and support throughout your term of employment, therefore teaching experience is not required.

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EVENTS & MEETINGS

4/14 – Not In My City Conference

The Not In My City Conference will focus on education and advocacy training about human trafficking. This free, one-day conference is 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, April 14 in the Cone Building at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Participants will receive a free shirt and lunch. Register through Eventbrite.

4/16 – Natural Hazards Resilience Speakers Series

The Coastal Resilience Center will present a talk with FEMA administrator Brock Long 4 – 5 p.m. Monday, April 16 as part of its Natural Hazards Resilience Speakers Series. Long began his service as the administrator in June 2017 and has more than 16 years of experience assisting and supporting governments at the local, state and federal levels with building robust emergency management and public health preparedness programs. The event is free.

4/28 – Northside Festival

The Marian Cheek Jackson Center will host the Northside Festival noon – 3:30 p.m. April 28 on West Rosemary Street between Roberson and Graham streets. The festival features free food, field games, live music and performances for all ages to enjoy. For more information or to volunteer, email info@jacksoncenter.info.

5/3 – 4 – Community-Campus Partnerships for Health training

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health will host its second two-day intensive training, Structural Inequalities: An On the Ground View, 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. May 3 – 4 in the Rizzo Center. The training will offer participants an understanding and skills needed to address structural inequality. Participants will explore the roots of structural inequality and discuss how to address them. There will be a deeper focus on the role of partnership engagement in dismantling inequality.

6/1 – Chapel Hill Peoples Academy

The Town of Chapel Hill’s Peoples Academy is an opportunity for those who live, work or study in Chapel Hill to improve their civic understanding of town services. Participants will learn about the Town of Chapel Hill, tour facilities and build leadership and communication skills. The Peoples Academy takes place over five weeks in the fall, with classes on Thursdays and Saturdays.  Applications go live June 1 and close Aug. 31. Learn more and apply at Chapel Hill People’s Academy.

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

4/18 – Earth Day Festival volunteers needed

Carolina’s Student Government Environmental Affairs Committee needs volunteers for is Earth Day Festival, 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. April 18. Volunteers will interact with various on and off-campus organizations, environmental justice advocates and technology-focused businesses. Volunteers will receive free breakfast or lunch. For more information and to volunteer, see the RSVP sheet.

4/22 – Chapel Hill Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk

The 31st annual Chapel Hill Carrboro CROP Hunger Walk is set for 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 22 at the Carrboro Town Commons/Farmers Market. The Crop Hunger Walk is a four-mile walk that raises money to provide food and other resources for people locally and around the world to aid in hunger relief. To sign up, volunteer or donate, visit CROP Hunger Walk.

Volunteer with Challah for Hunger

Challah for Hunger is a student-run organization that bakes and sells challah, and donates the proceeds to Carolina Cupboard. Sign up to bake or sell, or contact Isabel Rodriguez for more information.

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CCPS WEBSITE – FIND US ON THE WEB

The Carolina Center for Public Service (wccps.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, follow us on Twitter at UNCServes 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 https://ccps.unc.edu. If you are involved in public service and would like to post an announcement, fill out our online request at https://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.

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Public Service News 4/2/2018

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/. Follow us on Twitter at UNCServes or 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.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OPPORTUNITIES AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

4/6 – Alternative Break graduate assistant application
5/10 – Course Development Institute on Service-Learning registration

UNC DISASTER RELIEF

4/20 – Disaster relief trips

INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

4/2 – Sean Douglas Leadership Fellows Program
4/8 – Triangle Health Innovation Challenge executive team
4/13 – Campus Y executive team
4/15 – Promoting Innovations and Collaborations in Health leadership team
Public Impact internship
Duke TIP Summer Studies Program

EVENTS & MEETINGS

4/3 – Empowering Students of Spanish through Community Engagement Courses
4/4 – School of Social Work postgraduate information session
4/5 – Writer’s Discussion Series
4/5 – Empowering Africa: Women in Leadership
4/16 – Natural Hazards Resilience Speaker Series
5/3 – 4 – Community-Campus Partnerships for Health training

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

4/6 – 7 – Volunteers needed for art show
Play music at assisted living healthcare facilities
Volunteer with TABLE

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

4/6 – Alternative Break graduate assistant application

APPLES Service-Learning seeks a graduate student with an interest in service-learning to assist in supporting its alternative break programs. The graduate assistant position will work with 16 alternative break experiences through fall, winter and spring break programs. This role will combine advising, administration and program support responsibilities. To apply, email a resume and cover letter to apples@unc.edu with GA Application in the subject line by April 6.

5/10 – Course Development Institute on Service-Learning registration

The annual Course Development Institute on Service-Learning is set for 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. May 15 in Frank Porter Graham Student Union, room 2518 A-B. Topics include service-learning pedagogy, faculty course models, partnership development and course design. This event is free, but space is limited. Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be provided. Register by May 10 at UNC Event Registration. Contact Becca Bender with questions.

UNC DISASTER RELIEF

4/20 – DISASTER RELIEF TRIPS

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill continues to be responsive to communities still dealing with the impact of recent disasters. Spring relief trips will all take place at UNC’s adopted home in Lumberton, North Carolina through the North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church. The next Hurricane Matthew relief day trip is April 20. The trip will leave from Memorial Hall at 7:15 a.m. and return to campus no later than 6:30 p.m. Breakfast, lunch, snacks and transportation will be provided. There are no required skills needed to volunteer, but please let us know if you have specific skills, experiences or tools that will be helpful on the work site. Visit UNC disaster relief trips for information about past trips and more details about these experiences. UNC’s disaster relief website is updated with ongoing efforts for Hurricane Matthew and other disasters. Email ccps@unc.edu with questions.

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INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

4/2 – Sean Douglas Leadership Fellows Program

The deadline to apply is for the Sean Douglas Leadership Fellows program is 5 p.m. Monday, April 2. Recipients will be selected based on scholarship, a record of on and off-campus participation in service/social justice activities, clarity in describing program participation objectives, and recommendations. For questions, contact Chris Wallace.

4/8 – Triangle Health Innovation Challenge executive team applications

The Triangle Health Innovation Challenge (THInC) is seeking undergraduate and graduate students at UNC, Duke and North Carolina State University to join its executive planning team for 2019. THInC is a medical hack-a-thon that brings together students and young professionals for a weekend to tackle and build innovative solutions for the biggest challenges in health. Apply by April 8.

4/13 – Campus Y executive team

The Campus Y seeks passionate students to support its mission of advancing social justice in our community. Available positions include the development committee, the communications team, The Arc editor-in-chief, co-leader for the First-Year Council and finance assistant. Apply online by April 13.

4/15 – Promoting Innovations and Collaborations in Health leadership team

Promoting Innovations and Collaborations in Health (PI+CH) seeks students to apply for its 2018-2019 executive board team. PI+CH is a growing student organization dedicated to promoting health innovation with social impact. Learn more and apply by April 15.

Public Impact internships

Public Impact offers paid internships for data analyst, media assistant, consulting and education policy analysis positions. For details, visit Public Impact. The office is located in downtown Carrboro. The staff is increasingly diverse, and every team member has a manager for professional guidance and support.

Duke TIP Summer Studies Program

The Duke Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) offers undergraduate level coursework to highly gifted middle and high school students at university sites across the Southeast and beyond. Duke TIP seeks content specialists to serve as instructors and instructional assistants during June and/or July for its Summer Studies Program. The instructor position requires at least a year of graduate coursework, professional experience and/or teaching experience. The instructional assistant position requires completion of at least two years of college. Duke TIP provides pedagogical training and support throughout your term of employment, therefore teaching experience is not required.

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EVENTS & MEETINGS

4/3 – Empowering Students of Spanish through Community Engagement Courses

The Department of Romance Studies presents Lucia Osa-Melero, assistant professor from Duqesne University, who will talk about Empowering Students of Spanish through Community Engagement Courses, at 5 p.m. April 3 in Dey Hall, Toy Lounge. The talk will focus on empirical research supporting the positive value of community-engaged learning in the foreign language classroom.

4/4 – School of Social Work postgraduate information session

The UNC Sociology Club is partnering with the School of Social Work to host an information session on postgraduate opportunities 6 – 7 p.m. April 4 in Hamilton Hall, room 271. All majors are welcome to attend. RSVP is encouraged, but not required.

4/5 – Writer’s Discussion Series

The Sonja Haynes Stone Center will present the last Writer’s Discussion Series of the semester at 3:30 p.m. April 5 in Bull’s Head Book Shop. Pablo F. Gomez will discuss his book, “The Experiential Caribbean – Creating Knowledge and Healing in the Early Modern Atlantic,” which examines strategies Caribbean people used to create authoritative, experiential-based knowledge about the human body and the natural world during the 17th century.

4/5 – Empowering Africa: Women in Leadership

Carolina for Kibera and the UNC Institute of Politics will host a panel event, Empowering Africa: Women in Leadership, 6 – 7 p.m. April 5 at Wilson Library in the Pleasants Family Room. Hear from Kenyan women to learn about issues facing girls and women today across Africa: access to education, economic opportunity, water and sanitation, reproductive health and rights, maternal and child health, child marriage, female genital mutilation, gender-based violence and gender equality.

4/16 – Natural Hazards Resilience Speakers Series

The Coastal Resilience Center will present a talk with FEMA administrator Brock Long 4 – 5 p.m. Monday, April 16 as part of its Natural Hazards Resilience Speakers Series. Long began his service as the administrator in June 2017 and has more than 16 years of experience assisting and supporting governments at the local, state and federal levels with building robust emergency management and public health preparedness programs. The event is free.

5/3 – 4 – Community-Campus Partnerships for Health training

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health will host its second two-day intensive training, Structural Inequalities: An On the Ground View, 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. May 3 – 4 in the Rizzo Center. The training will offer participants an understanding and skills needed to address structural inequality. Participants will explore the roots of structural inequality and discuss how to address them. There will be a deeper focus on the role of partnership engagement in dismantling inequality.

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

4/6 & 7 – Volunteers needed for art show

The Youth Community Project needs volunteers to assist with its art show at Frank Gallery’s outreach gallery. The show will feature a collection of artwork from students attending local high schools and will run from April 6 – 27. To volunteer, contact Ivy Smith.

Play music at assisted living healthcare facilities

Heeling in Harmony seeks volunteers to play music at assisted living healthcare facilities. Heeling in Harmony is a music performance-based organization serving healthcare centers in the Triangle to promote healing and improve the quality of life of residents through music. Organizational volunteers are also needed, and musical experience is not required to volunteer. To get involved, attend a group meeting 6 – 6:30 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month in Hill Hall. Contact Thoai Vu for more information.

Volunteer with TABLE

TABLE, a nonprofit organization that provides healthy, emergency food aid every week to hungry children in Chapel Hill and Carrboro, needs volunteers for its weekend meal backpack program. Volunteers will organize food, make weekend bags and deliver the bags. Volunteers are also needed to help with SnackChef, a program that teaches children nutrition lessons and how to make healthy snacks. To volunteer, contact Julia Baker.

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CCPS WEBSITE – FIND US ON THE WEB

The Carolina Center for Public Service (wccps.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, follow us on Twitter at UNCServes 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 https://ccps.unc.edu. If you are involved in public service and would like to post an announcement, fill out our online request at https://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.

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Public Service News 3/26/2018

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/. Follow us on Twitter at UNCServes or 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.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OPPORTUNITIES AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

3/26 – Deadline to apply for APPLES Course Development Grants
3/26 – APPLES Summer Fellowship application deadline
4/6 – Alternative Break graduate assistant application
5/10 – Course Development Institute on Service-Learning registration

UNC DISASTER RELIEF

4/20 – Disaster relief trips

EVENTS & MEETINGS

3/27 – William P. Murphy Distinguished Lecture
3/27 – Bayard Wootten photography exhibition opening
3/28 – Public health careers talk with former state health director
4/4 – School of Social Work postgraduate information session
4/18 & 24 – Carolina Seminar Series: Sexual harassment in academia

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

4/2 – 5 – Giving Closet workday
4/8 – Carrboro Open Streets 2018
Habitat for Humanity tutoring committee
Play music at assisted living healthcare facilities
Hillel needs Passover volunteers
Volunteer with Healing Hands
Volunteer with TABLE

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

3/26 – Deadline to apply for APPLES Course Development Grants

APPLES Service-Learning is accepting proposals for service-learning course development grants from faculty and instructors across campus teaching undergraduate, graduate and professional students. APPLES awards up to seven $5,000 grants 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. Apply online through the Carolina Center for Public Service Application and Nomination Portal by March 19.

3/26 – APPLES Summer Fellowship application deadline

The APPLES Service-Learning program offers a summer fellow position to work collaboratively with Carolina Center for Public Service staff. Prior work experience in an office/business setting is preferred with priority given to students who have participated in an APPLES program. The summer fellow must be able to work effectively with a diverse group of people, as well as exhibit a professional and positive attitude. Strong verbal and written communication skills and a working knowledge of Word and Excel are required. Interested students should send a resume and cover letter to apples@unc.edu by Monday, March 26.

4/6 – Alternative Break graduate assistant application

APPLES Service-Learning seeks a graduate student with an interest in service-learning to assist in supporting its alternative break programs. The graduate assistant position will work with 16 alternative break experiences through fall, winter and spring break programs. This role will combine advising, administration and program support responsibilities. To apply, email a resume and cover letter to apples@unc.edu with GA Application in the subject line by April 6.

5/10 – Course Development Institute on Service-Learning registration

The annual Course Development Institute on Service-Learning is set for 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. May 15 in Frank Porter Graham Student Union, room 2518 A-B. Topics include service-learning pedagogy, faculty course models, partnership development and course design. This event is free, but space is limited. Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be provided. Register by May 10 at UNC Event Registration. Contact Becca Bender with questions.

UNC DISASTER RELIEF

4/20 – DISASTER RELIEF TRIPS

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill continues to be responsive to communities still dealing with the impact of recent disasters. Spring relief trips will all take place at UNC’s adopted home in Lumberton, North Carolina through the North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church. The next Hurricane Matthew relief day trip is April 20. The trip will leave from Memorial Hall at 7:15 a.m. and return to campus no later than 6:30 p.m. Breakfast, lunch, snacks and transportation will be provided. There are no required skills needed to volunteer, but please let us know if you have specific skills, experiences or tools that will be helpful on the work site. Visit UNC disaster relief trips for information about past trips and more details about these experiences. UNC’s disaster relief website is updated with ongoing efforts for Hurricane Matthew and other disasters. Email ccps@unc.edu with questions.

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EVENTS & MEETINGS

3/27 – William P. Murphy Distinguished Lecture

Cass R. Sunstein, Robert Walmsley University Professor at Harvard Law School, will deliver UNC School of Law’s 2018 William P. Murphy Distinguished Lecture noon – 1 p.m. March 27 at the Law School Rotunda. Sunstein will speak about impeachment. The lecture is free and open to the public.

4/4-6 – Going Viral: Impact and Implications of the 1918 influenza pandemic

3/27 – Bayard Wootten photography exhibition opening

Bayard Wootten earned her reputation as one of North Carolina’s leading photographers in the early 20th century. Today, her legacy lives on through “‘The joy is going.’ Bayard Wootten Photographs North Carolina and the South,” an exhibition on view in Wilson Special Collections Library. Jerry Cotten, author of “Light and Air: The Photography of Bayard Wootten,” will speak about Wootten’s work and sign copies of his book. The exhibition viewing, program and book signing is 5 – 7 p.m. March 27 in the Pleasants Family Assembly Room in Wilson Library.

3/28 – Public health careers talk with former state health director

Promoting Innovations and Collaborations in Health (PI+CH) will host a discussion with the former state health director for North Carolina, Dr. Leah Devlin, 5 – 6 p.m. March 28 in McGavran-Greenberg Hall, room 2306. There will be an interactive discussion about careers in public health and solutions to the most pressing public health problems in North Carolina. Pizza will be served. RSVP to Laura Gerlach.

4/4 – School of Social Work postgraduate information session

The UNC Sociology Club is partnering with the School of Social Work to host an information session on postgraduate opportunities 6 – 7 p.m. April 4 in Hamilton Hall, room 271. All majors are welcome to attend. RSVP is encouraged, but not required.

4/18 & 4/24 – Carolina Seminar Series: Sexual harassment in academia

The Carolina Seminar Series, Carolina Women’s Center and WISDOM (Women in Science Deserve Opportunities and Mentoring) will present a two-part series on sexual harassment in academia. Part one is a webinar, noon – 1:30 p.m. April 18, where Dr. Karen Kelsky will discuss the patterns of predation, options for survivors, and vulnerabilities of women of color and of queer and transgender women. Part two is a workshop noon – 4 p.m. April 24 that addresses the continuum of harassment, how bystanders can intervene and UNC resources. Both events will be held in the Stone Center Hitchcock Room. Contact Grace David to RSVP for one or both sessions.

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

4/2-5 – Giving Closet workday

Welcome Baby Family Resource Center needs volunteers to switch fall/winter clothes to summer/spring clothes at the Giving Closet. Volunteers can work Monday, April 2; Tuesday, April 3; Wednesday, April 4 and Thursday, April 5. The morning shift is 9 a.m. – noon. The afternoon shift is 1 – 4 p.m.

4/8 – Carrboro Open Streets 2018

Carrboro Recreation & Parks needs special event volunteers to work Carrboro Open Streets noon – 4 p.m. Sunday, April 8. Streets are closed to cars and reclaimed for car-free activities including biking, climbing, dancing and more. Volunteers are needed to run games and activities for families in the Carrboro community. For details, contact Corina Riley.

Habitat for Humanity Tutoring Committee

Habitat for Humanity seeks volunteers to tutor elementary and middle school students 4 – 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Transportation to and from the tutoring location can be provided, however, more drivers are always needed. Email UNC Habitat for Humanity to sign up or for more information.

Play music at assisted living healthcare facilities

Heeling in Harmony seeks volunteers to play music at assisted living healthcare facilities. Heeling in Harmony is a music performance-based organization serving healthcare centers in the Triangle to promote healing and improve the quality of life of residents through music. Organizational volunteers are also needed, and musical experience is not required to volunteer. To get involved, attend a group meeting 6 – 6:30 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month in Hill Hall. Contact Thoai Vu for more information.

Hillel needs Passover volunteers

UNC Hillel seeks volunteers to help prepare for Passover, one of its biggest events of the year. You can help by flipping the kitchen, cooking food for Passover meals and assisting with Seders during the week of Passover. See the Google sheet for a list of volunteer opportunities.

VOLUNTEER WITH Healing Hands

Do you have a passion for music? Are you interested in healthcare? If so, consider volunteering for Healing Hands. Volunteers perform in healthcare settings like assisted living facilities and hospitals. If interested, contact Ashley Cantu.

Volunteer with TABLE

TABLE, a nonprofit organization that provides healthy, emergency food aid every week to hungry children in Chapel Hill and Carrboro, needs volunteers for its weekend meal backpack program. Volunteers will organize food, make weekend bags and deliver the bags. Volunteers are also needed to help with SnackChef, a program that teaches children nutrition lessons and how to make healthy snacks. To volunteer, contact Julia Baker.

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CCPS WEBSITE – FIND US ON THE WEB

The Carolina Center for Public Service (wccps.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, follow us on Twitter at UNCServes 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 https://ccps.unc.edu. If you are involved in public service and would like to post an announcement, fill out our online request at https://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.

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Public Service News 3/19/18

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/. Follow us on Twitter at UNCServes or 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.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OPPORTUNITIES AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

3/19 – Apply for Service Learning Initiative: Engage
3/19 – APPLES Course Development Grants
3/20 – SMART Mentoring applications due
3/21 – ImpactNC grant application deadline

UNC DISASTER RELIEF

4/20 – Disaster relief trips

INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

3/21 – Carolina United participant application

EVENTS & MEETINGS

3/21 – Carolina Conversation – Navigating Unlawful Harassment and Uncomfortable Situations in the Workplace
3/22 – Writer’s Discussion with David F. Garcia
3/23 – “Chasing Coral” screening and expert panel
3/27 – William P. Murphy Distinguished Lecture
4/4 – 6 – Going Viral: Impact and implications of 1918 influenza pandemic
4/18 & 24 – Carolina Seminar Series: Sexual harassment in academia

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

4/2 – 5 – Giving Closet workday
4/8 – Carrboro Open Streets 2018
Habitat for Humanity tutoring committee
Event promotion volunteers needed
Hillel needs Passover volunteers
Youth baseball coaches needed
Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools seeks volunteers
Volunteer with Healing Hands

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

3/19 – Deadline to apply for Service Learning Initiative: Engage

APPLES Service-Learning is accepting applications for SLI: Engage, which will take place April 6 – 7. Any UNC student can apply for SLI: Engage. This is a great way to learn more about service opportunities available in the community and meet fellow students who are also passionate about service. Participants will work with at least two service sites and engage in discussions related to service sustainability. Apply by March 19 through the Carolina Center for Public Service Application and Nomination Portal

3/19 – APPLES Course Development Grants

APPLES Service-Learning is accepting proposals for service-learning course development grants from faculty and instructors across campus teaching undergraduate, graduate and professional students. APPLES awards up to seven $5,000 grants 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. Apply online through the Carolina Center for Public Service Application and Nomination Portal by March 19.

3/20 – SMART Mentoring applications

SMART Mentoring engages UNC undergraduate students and local middle-school students in mentoring relationships. The program targets students from low-income communities and focuses on issues of race, class and gender. SMART is designed for highly motivated students who are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of youth. Students selected to participate enroll in a fall three-credit hour course and a spring one-credit hour course. Staff from partnering organization Volunteers for Youth match SMART mentors with mentees by early September and the mentoring commitment will continue through late April. SMART is available for all undergraduate students with preference given to participants in the Buckley Public Service Scholars program. Apply online through the Carolina Center for Public Service Application and Nomination Portal by March 20.

3/21 – Impact NC grant application deadline

ImpactNC seeks grant proposals from nonprofit organizations serving communities in eastern North Carolina. Organizations must address literacy, dropout rates or the achievement gap in education. Initiatives may include, but are not limited to, early childhood education programs, ESL/ELL initiatives and tutoring and mentorship programs. Two organizations will be selected to receive $5,000 each. Applications must be in “Organization_LastName_FirstName.doc” format and emailed to ImpactNC@unc.edu by 11:59 p.m. March 21.

UNC DISASTER RELIEF

4/20 – DISASTER RELIEF TRIPS

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill continues to be responsive to communities still dealing with the impact of recent disasters. Spring relief trips will all take place at UNC’s adopted home in Lumberton, North Carolina through the North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church. The next Hurricane Matthew relief day trip is April 20. The trip will leave from Memorial Hall at 7:15 a.m. and return to campus no later than 6:30 p.m. Breakfast, lunch, snacks and transportation will be provided. There are no required skills needed to volunteer, but please let us know if you have specific skills, experiences or tools that will be helpful on the work site. Visit UNC disaster relief trips for information about past trips and more details about these experiences. UNC’s disaster relief website is updated with ongoing efforts for Hurricane Matthew and other disasters. Email ccps@unc.edu with questions.

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INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

3/21 – Carolina united participant application

Carolina United, sponsored by the Office of Student Life and Leadership, is accepting student applications. The 2018 program, set for Aug. 13 – 16, will educate students on how to foster important dialogue on campus. Apply by March 21.

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EVENTS & MEETINGS

3/21 – Carolina Conversation – Navigating Unlawful and Uncomfortable Situations in the workplace

The University Office for Diversity and Inclusion will host the March Carolina Conversation, Navigating Unlawful Harassment and Uncomfortable Situations in the Workplace, 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 21 in the Student Union’s Aquarium Lounge. This session will provide an inclusive and interactive dialogue about sexual harassment in the workplace. We will explore types of conduct that could be considered harassment, and how to navigate and address potential harassment. We will also discuss the power dynamics that often allow harassing behavior to escalate and/or persist, as well as steps that can be taken to foster an environment in which harassment is not tolerated. Audience participation will be strongly encouraged.

3/8 – WRITER’S DISCUSSION with David F. Garcia

The Sonja Haynes Stone Center will host David Garcia at its next author discussion series. Garcia, associate professor of ethnomusicology in the UNC Department of Music, will discuss his new book, “Listening for Africa: Freedom, Modernity and the Logic of Black Music’s African Origins” at 3:30 p.m. March 22 in Bull’s Head Bookshop. The free discussion will focus on how his work explores a diverse group of musicians, dancers, academics and activists engaged with the idea of black music and dance’s African origins between the 1930s and 1950s.

3/23 – “CHASING CORAL” SCREENING AND EXPERT PANEL

Citizen’s Climate Lobby – Triangle and The Southeast Climate Science Center will present a special screening of “Chasing Coral” 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Friday, March 23 in Mitchell Hall, room 05. The screening will feature an expert panel of coral reef ecologists led by Dr. Mark Eakin from NOAA. This is a free, public screening, and light refreshments will be served. RSVP on Facebook or contact Justin Baumann.

3/27 – William P. Murphy Distinguished Lecture

Cass R. Sunstein, Robert Walmsley University Professor at Harvard Law School, will deliver UNC School of Law’s 2018 William P. Murphy Distinguished Lecture noon – 1 p.m. March 27 at the Law School Rotunda. Sunstein will speak about impeachment. The lecture is free and open to the public.

4/4-6 – Going Viral: Impact and Implications of the 1918 influenza pandemic

The Gillings School of Global Public Health will host a symposium on the 1918 influenza pandemic April 4 – 6 at the Friday Center. Symposium events will offer perspectives from the vantage points of medicine, health, social sciences and the humanities. Speakers include leading experts in epidemiology, medicine and other fields. For more information and to register, visit the School of Public Health.

4/18 & 4/24 – Carolina Seminar Series: Sexual harassment in academia

The Carolina Seminar Series, Carolina Women’s Center and WISDOM (Women in Science Deserve Opportunities and Mentoring) will present a two-part series on sexual harassment in academia. Part one is a webinar, noon – 1:30 p.m. April 18, where Dr. Karen Kelsky will discuss the patterns of predation, options for survivors, and vulnerabilities of women of color and of queer and transgender women. Part two is a workshop noon – 4 p.m. April 24 that addresses the continuum of harassment, how bystanders can intervene and UNC resources. Both events will be held in the Stone Center Hitchcock Room. Contact Grace David to RSVP for one or both sessions.

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

4/2-5 – Giving Closet workday

Welcome Baby Family Resource Center needs volunteers to switch fall/winter clothes to summer/spring clothes at the Giving Closet. Volunteers can work Monday, April 2; Tuesday, April 3; Wednesday, April 4 and Thursday, April 5. The morning shift is 9 a.m. – noon. The afternoon shift is 1 – 4 p.m.

4/8 – Carrboro Open Streets 2018

Carrboro Recreation & Parks needs special event volunteers to work Carrboro Open Streets noon – 4 p.m. Sunday, April 8. Streets are closed to cars and reclaimed for car-free activities including biking, climbing, dancing and more. Volunteers are needed to run games and activities for families in the Carrboro community. For details, contact Corina Riley.

Habitat for Humanity Tutoring Committee

Habitat for Humanity seeks volunteers to tutor elementary and middle school students 4 – 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Transportation to and from the tutoring location can be provided, however, more drivers are always needed. Email UNC Habitat for Humanity to sign up or for more information.

EVENT PROMOTION VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Hope Her Way seeks volunteers to promote and assist with a spirit night fundraiser on March 26. Marketing, design skills are a plus but are not required. Hope Her Way will sign off on community service hours if needed. To learn more or apply, email Jillian Cross.

Hillel needs Passover volunteers

UNC Hillel seeks volunteers to help prepare for Passover, one of its biggest events of the year. You can help by flipping the kitchen, cooking food for Passover meals and assisting with Seders during the week of Passover. See the Google sheet for a list of volunteer opportunities.

YOUTH BASEBALL COACHES NEEDED

Carrboro Recreation & Parks needs a volunteer immediately to fill a coach opening working with 9- and 10-year-old youth in its spring baseball program. Ideal candidates should have a passion for baseball, experience relating to youth and good communication skills to effectively correspond with parents and recreation department staff. The program runs from March through May. If interested, contact Craig Wolfe or call 919-918-7376.

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO SCHOOLS SEEKS VOLUNTEERS

Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools seeks volunteers to serve 2 – 3 hours per week this semester. Learn more at Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools or call 919-967-8211, extension 28281.

VOLUNTEER WITH Healing Hands

Do you have a passion for music? Are you interested in healthcare? If so, consider volunteering for Healing Hands. Volunteers perform in healthcare settings like assisted living facilities and hospitals. If interested, contact Ashley Cantu.

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CCPS WEBSITE – FIND US ON THE WEB

The Carolina Center for Public Service (wccps.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, follow us on Twitter at UNCServes 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 https://ccps.unc.edu. If you are involved in public service and would like to post an announcement, fill out our online request at https://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.

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Public Service News 3/5/2018

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/. Follow us on Twitter at UNCServes or 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.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OPPORTUNITIES AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

3/5 – Apply for Service Learning Initiative: Engage
3/12 – Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars call for applications
3/19 – APPLES Course Development call for proposals
3/20 – SMART Mentoring applications

UNC DISASTER RELIEF

4/20 – Disaster relief trips

INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

3/9 – Public Administration Leadership Challenge
3/12 – Undergraduate International studies fellowship
TABLE summer internships
Johnson Service Corps justice and leadership program

EVENTS & MEETINGS

3/8 – Management Consulting 101: Problem-solving workshop
3/8 – Writer’s Discussion Series: Marissa Fuentes
3/10 – Carolina Abortion Fund volunteer training
3/21 – Carolina United participant application
3/23 – “Chasing Coral” screening and expert panel
4/4 – 6 – Going Viral: Impact and implications of 1918 influenza pandemic
5/9 – 11 – IUPUI Research Academy

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

5/17 – Volunteer at Camp Celebrate
Event promotion volunteers needed
Youth baseball coaches needed
Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools seeks volunteers
Volunteer with Happy Kids Healthy Kids

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

3/5 – Apply for Service Learning Initiative: Engage

APPLES Service-Learning is accepting applications for SLI: Engage, which will take place April 6 – 7. Any UNC student can apply for SLI: Engage. This is a great way to learn more about service opportunities available in the community and meet fellow students who are also passionate about service. Participants will work with at least two service sites and engage in discussions related to service sustainability. Apply by March 5 through the Carolina Center for Public Service Application and Nomination Portal.

3/12 – THORP FACULTY ENGAGED SCHOLARS CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

The Carolina Center for Public Service is accepting applications for Class VII of the Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars program (FES). FES brings together selected Carolina faculty from across campus to engage in a two-year experiential, competency-based curriculum designed to advance their engaged scholarship. Up to 10 faculty members are selected every other year. The program is highly interactive and experiential, involving field visits, exposure to ongoing projects, and discussions with community and faculty partners. Applications are accepted online through the Carolina Center for Public Service Application and Nomination Portal by Monday, March 12. For questions, email ccps@unc.edu.

3/19 – APPLES Course Development Grants

APPLES Service-Learning is accepting proposals for service-learning course development grants from faculty and instructors across campus teaching undergraduate, graduate and professional students. APPLES awards up to seven $5,000 grants 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. Apply online through the Carolina Center for Public Service Application and Nomination Portal by March 19.

3/20 – SMART Mentoring applications

SMART Mentoring engages UNC undergraduate students and local middle-school students in mentoring relationships. The program targets students from low-income communities and focuses on issues of race, class and gender. SMART is designed for highly motivated students who are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of youth. Students selected to participate enroll in a fall three-credit hour course and a spring one-credit hour course. Staff from partnering organization Volunteers for Youth match SMART mentors with mentees by early September and the mentoring commitment will continue through late April. SMART is available for all undergraduate students with preference given to participants in the Buckley Public Service Scholars program. Apply online through the Carolina Center for Public Service Application and Nomination Portal by March 20.

UNC DISASTER RELIEF

4/20 – DISASTER RELIEF TRIPS

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill continues to be responsive to communities still dealing with the impact of recent disasters. Spring relief trips will all take place at UNC’s adopted home in Lumberton, North Carolina through the North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church. The next Hurricane Matthew relief day trip is April 20. The trip will leave from Memorial Hall at 7:15 a.m. and return to campus no later than 6:30 p.m. Breakfast, lunch, snacks and transportation will be provided. There are no required skills needed to volunteer, but please let us know if you have specific skills, experiences or tools that will be helpful on the work site. Visit UNC disaster relief trips for information about past trips and more details about these experiences. UNC’s disaster relief website is updated with ongoing efforts for Hurricane Matthew and other disasters. Email ccps@unc.edu with questions.

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INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

3/9 – PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE

The Public Administration Leadership Challenge is a case study competition for UNC undergraduates organized by the School of Government. Teams of three to five propose solutions to a public administration issue and compete for a $1,000 prize. An information session will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 6 in the Student Union, room 3411. Teams can register with the Public Administration Leadership Challenge Google doc until Friday, March 9. Email uncmpaicma@gmail.com with questions.

3/12 – Undergraduate International studies fellowship

The Undergraduate International Studies Fellowship (UISF) supports international study for two undergraduates of color or other students who, because of socioeconomic or other reasons, maybe underrepresented in study abroad programs. UISF recipients are awarded up to $2,500 toward academic research or study in an international setting. Although the fellowship encourages research in African or African Diaspora countries, there are no restrictions on intended country of study. Sophomores, juniors and seniors who are enrolled full-time, in good academic standing, and plan to travel abroad in the summer or fall of 2018 are eligible to apply. Applications are due by 5 p.m. March 12. Email completed applications to stonecenter@unc.edu or submit in-person to the Stone Center office, suite 215. For more information and application details, visit The Stone Center.

TABLE summer internships

TABLE seeks students to work as nutrition education, public relations and administrative/project-based interns. The nutrition education intern will work six to eight hours per week and assist with developing curriculum, meal planning, grocery shopping, leading volunteer shifts and teaching children. Desired skills include being a detail-oriented independent worker and having an interest or experience in nutrition. The PR intern will work at least 10 hours per week and assist PR staff with social media, event planning and communications. Good writing skills, people skills and ability to learn quickly are necessary, and experience with graphic design is a plus but not required. The two administrative/project-based interns will work at least 10 hours per week and lead volunteer shifts, help coordinate summer programs and assist with office work. Interns will also be given flexibility to participate in other aspects of TABLE. Desired skills include being detail-oriented, a good communicator, organized and willing to take initiative. TABLE internships are unpaid but provide excellent job experience. Email your resume and cover letter to info@tablenc.org.

Johnson Service Corps year-long justice and leadership program

Johnson Service Corps is accepting applications for its 2018-2019 cohort. College graduates ages 21 – 28, and those with comparable experience, can apply for the year-long justice and leadership program. Program participants will spend a year serving others and exploring the spiritual questions that bring meaning to life. Johnson Service Corps is a nonprofit, faith-based organization with a philosophy of servant leadership, social justice and intentional community. To apply, visit Johnson Service Corps.

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EVENTS & MEETINGS

3/8 – MANAGEMENT CONSULTING 101: PROBLEM-SOLVING WORKSHOP

HQ Raleigh will host a management consulting workshop 6 – 8 p.m. Thursday, March 8 at its headquarters at 310 South Harrington Street. The workshop will prepare participants with a management consulting toolkit to use to tackle complex problems in diverse contexts like business strategy, academic research and policy design. Space is limited and first-come, first-serve. Reserve your spot through Eventbrite.

3/8 – WRITER’S DISCUSSION SERIES: MARISSA FUENTES

The Stone Center’s Writer’s Discussion Series will kick off at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, March 8 at Bull’s Head Bookshop. Marissa Fuentes will discuss her book “Dispossessed Lives: Enslaved Women, Violence, and the Archive.” This event is free and open to the public. Contact the Stone Center for more information.

3/10 – CAROLINA ABORTION FUND VOLUNTEER TRAINING

The Carolina Abortion Fund (CFA) seeks helpline and fundraising volunteers. CAF is a volunteer-run nonprofit that helps women across North Carolina who need an abortion but cannot afford the full cost. Volunteer training is March 10. Contact volunteer@carolinaabortionfund.org for more information.

3/21 – CAROLINA UNITED PARTICIPANT APPLICATION

Carolina United, sponsored by the Office of Student Life and Leadership, is seeking passionate students to apply to attend their 2018 program. This year, Carolina United will take place Aug. 13 – 16 and will educate students on how to foster important dialogue on campus. Apply by March 21.

3/23 – “CHASING CORAL” SCREENING AND EXPERT PANEL

Citizen’s Climate Lobby – Triangle and The Southeast Climate Science Center will present a special screening ofChasing Coral 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Friday, March 23 in Mitchell Hall, room 05. The screening will feature an expert panel of coral reef ecologists led by Dr. Mark Eakin from NOAA. This is a free, public screening, and light refreshments will be served. RSVP on Facebook or contact Justin Baumann.

4/4 – 6 – GOING VIRAL: IMPACT AND IMPLICATIONS OF THE 1918 INFLUENZA PANDEMIC

The Gillings School of Global Public Health will host a symposium on the 1918 influenza pandemic April 4 – 6 at the Friday Center. Symposium events will offer perspectives from the vantage points of medicine, health, social sciences and the humanities. Speakers include leading experts in epidemiology, medicine and other fields. For more information and to register, visit the School of Public Health.

5/9 – 11 – IUPUI Research Academy

Registration is open for the 2018 IUPUI Research Academy, May 9-11 at Indiana University in Indianapolis. Through this interactive three-day workshop, participants develop skills, learn about methods and literature, develop a research project and advance research related to service and learning in higher education. For more information, contact Tom Hahn or visit IUPUI Center for Service and Learning to register.

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

5/17 – VOLUNTEER AT CAMP CELEBRATE

Camp Celebrate, a camp for children who have survived burn injuries, needs volunteers for camp May 17 – 20. Camp Celebrate is the oldest burn-survivor camp in the United States. Campers are ages 7-15, and volunteers can select the age group they would like to work with. Contact Michele Barr for an application.

EVENT PROMOTION VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Hope Her Way seeks volunteers to promote and assist with a spirit night fundraiser on March 26. Marketing, design skills are a plus but are not required. Hope Her Way will sign off on community service hours if needed. To learn more or apply, email Jillian Cross.

YOUTH BASEBALL COACHES NEEDED

Carrboro Recreation & Parks needs a volunteer immediately to fill a coach opening working with 9- and 10-year-old youth in its spring baseball program. Ideal candidates should have a passion for baseball, experience relating to youth and good communication skills to effectively correspond with parents and recreation department staff. The program runs from March through May. If interested, contact Craig Wolfe or call 919-918-7376.

CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO SCHOOLS SEEKS VOLUNTEERS

Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools seeks volunteers to serve 2 – 3 hours per week this semester. Learn more at Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools or call 919-967-8211, extension 28281.

VOLUNTEER WITH HAPPY KIDS HEALTHY KIDS

Happy Kids Healthy Kids curbs the rising childhood obesity rates by hosting educational after-school programs at local elementary schools to teach children about nutrition, exercise and body positivity. Programs are held 3 – 4 p.m. Mondays at Frank Porter Graham Elementary and 3: 30 – 4:30 p.m. Tuesdays at Northside Elementary. If interested, contact Alex Doherty for more information.

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CCPS WEBSITE – FIND US ON THE WEB

The Carolina Center for Public Service (wccps.unc.edu) features the latest information about the APPLES Service-LearningBuckley 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, follow us on Twitter at UNCServes 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 https://ccps.unc.edu. If you are involved in public service and would like to post an announcement, fill out our online request at https://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.

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Public Service News 2/26/2018

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/. Follow us on Twitter at UNCServes or 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.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

OPPORTUNITIES AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

3/5 – Apply for Service Learning Initiative: Engage
3/12 – Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars call for applications
3/19 – APPLES Course Development call for proposals
3/20 – SMART Mentoring applications

UNC DISASTER RELIEF

3/2 – Disaster relief trips
3/2 – Drive for hurricane victims in Puerto Rico

INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

3/5 – Food for the Summer positions
3/12 – International studies fellowship
TABLE summer internships
Johnson Service Corps justice and leadership program

EVENTS & MEETINGS

3/2 – Inspiring Women to Local Government Careers
4/7 – Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center spring conference
4/14 – GO! Global Orientation on Culture and Ethics
5/9 – 11 – IUPUI Research Academy

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

5/17 – Weekend children’s camp needs volunteers
Happy Kids Healthy Kids needs after-school program volunteers
Volunteer tutors needed for refugees
Spanish-speaking volunteer needed for music program
Youth soccer coaches needed

OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AT THE CAROLINA CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

3/5 – Apply for Service Learning Initiative: Engage

APPLES Service-Learning is accepting applications for SLI: Engage, which will take place April 6 – 7. Any UNC student can apply for SLI: Engage. This is a great way to learn more about service opportunities available in the community and meet fellow students who are also passionate about service. Participants will work with at least two service sites and engage in discussions related to service sustainability. Apply by March 5 through the Carolina Center for Public Service Application and Nomination Portal.

3/12 – THORP FACULTY ENGAGED SCHOLARS CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

The Carolina Center for Public Service is accepting applications for Class VII of the Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars program (FES). FES brings together selected Carolina faculty from across campus to engage in a two-year experiential, competency-based curriculum designed to advance their engaged scholarship. Up to 10 faculty members are selected every other year. The program is highly interactive and experiential, involving field visits, exposure to ongoing projects, and discussions with community and faculty partners. Applications are accepted online through the Carolina Center for Public Service Application and Nomination Portal by Monday, March 12. For questions, email ccps@unc.edu.

3/19 – APPLES Course Development Grants

APPLES Service-Learning is accepting proposals for service-learning course development grants from faculty and instructors across campus teaching undergraduate, graduate and professional students. APPLES awards up to seven $5,000 grants 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. Apply online through the Carolina Center for Public Service Application and Nomination Portal by March 19.

3/20 – SMART Mentoring applications

SMART Mentoring engages UNC undergraduate students and local middle-school students in mentoring relationships. The program targets students from low-income communities and focuses on issues of race, class and gender. SMART is designed for highly motivated students who are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of youth. Students selected to participate enroll in a fall three-credit hour course and a spring one-credit hour course. Staff from partnering organization Volunteers for Youth match SMART mentors with mentees by early September and the mentoring commitment will continue through late April. SMART is available for all undergraduate students with preference given to participants in the Buckley Public Service Scholars program. Apply online through the Carolina Center for Public Service Application and Nomination Portal by March 20.

UNC DISASTER RELIEF

3/2 – DISASTER RELIEF TRIPS

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill continues to be responsive to communities still dealing with the impact of recent disasters. Spring relief trips will all take place at UNC’s adopted home in Lumberton, North Carolina through the North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church. Hurricane Matthew relief day trips will be Feb. 24 (hosted by APPLES Service-Learning), March 2 and April 20. All trips will leave from Memorial Hall at 7:15 a.m. and return to campus no later than 6:30 p.m. Breakfast, lunch, snacks and transportation will be provided. There are no required skills needed to volunteer, but please let us know if you have specific skills, experiences or tools that will be helpful on the work site. Visit UNC disaster relief trips for information about past trips and more details about these experiences. UNC’s disaster relief website is updated with ongoing efforts for Hurricane Matthew and other disasters. Email ccps@unc.edu with questions.

3/2 – DRIVE FOR HURRICANE VICTIMS IN PUERTO RICO

The Center for Global Initiatives is partnering with the Institute for the Study of the Americas and Romance Languages department to collect hygiene products, basic first aid items and school supplies for hurricane relief in Puerto Rico. Drop of locations are in Dey Hall, room 212 and FedEx Global Education Center, suite 3000. Supplies will be collected until March 2. For questions, contact ayashe.ramey@unc.edu.

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INTERNSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

3/5 – Food for the Summer positions

Chapel Hill-Carrboro’s Food for the Summer program is hiring a full-time summer program director as well as four part-time meal site coordinators. The program provides weekday meals and activities at walkable sites and summer camps throughout Chapel Hill-Carrboro to children under 18. More information and job descriptions are available online. To apply, email cover letter and resume to Kristin Lavergne by March 5.

3/12 – International studies fellowship

The Undergraduate International Studies Fellowship (UISF) supports international study for two undergraduates of color or other students who, because of socioeconomic or other reasons, maybe underrepresented in study abroad programs. UISF recipients are awarded up to $2,500 toward academic research or study in an international setting. Although the fellowship encourages research in African or African Diaspora countries, there are no restrictions on intended country of study. Sophomores, juniors and seniors who are enrolled full-time, in good academic standing, and plan to travel abroad in the summer or fall of 2018 are eligible to apply. Applications are due by 5 p.m. March 12. Email completed applications to stonecenter@unc.edu or submit in-person to the Stone Center office, suite 215. For more information and application details, visit The Stone Center.

TABLE summer internships

TABLE seeks students to work as nutrition education, public relations and administrative/project-based interns. The nutrition education intern will work six to eight hours per week and assist with developing curriculum, meal planning, grocery shopping, leading volunteer shifts and teaching children. Desired skills include being a detail-oriented independent worker and having an interest or experience in nutrition. The pr intern will work at least 10 hours per week and assist PR staff with social media, event planning and communications. Good writing skills, people skills and ability to learn quickly are necessary, and experience with graphic design is a plus but not required. The two administrative/project-based interns will work at least 10 hours per week and lead volunteer shifts, help coordinate summer programs and assist with office work. Interns will also be given flexibility to participate in other aspects of TABLE. Desired skills include being detail-oriented, a good communicator, organized and willing to take initiative. TABLE internships are unpaid but provide excellent job experience. Email your resume and cover letter to info@tablenc.org.

Johnson Service Corps year-long justice and leadership program

Johnson Service Corps is accepting applications for its 2018-2019 cohort. College graduates ages 21 – 28, and those with comparable experience, can apply for the year-long justice and leadership program. Program participants will spend a year serving others and exploring the spiritual questions that bring meaning to life. Johnson Service Corps is a nonprofit, faith-based organization with a philosophy of servant leadership, social justice and intentional community. To apply, visit Johnson Service Corps.

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EVENTS & MEETINGS

3/2 – Inspiring Women to Local Government Careers

Undergraduate women the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are invited to Inspiring Women to Local Government Careers a half-day symposium to learn about career options in local government. Participants will learn from area local government professionals, many who are UNC alumni, about the diverse career options in city and county government. This event is noon – 4 p.m. Friday, March 2 at the School of Government. The free event includes lunch, an afternoon of learning and networking, and a social hour. RSVP is required for attendance. From environmental science to urban affairs, from communications to land use planning, city and county jobs are diverse and appeal to people from every major or educational background. Speakers include representatives from the City of Durham; Orange Co Water & Sewer Authority; Aiken County, South Carolina; the Town of Chapel Hill; Chatham County, North Carolina; and the Town of Carrboro.

4/7 – Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center Spring Conference

The Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center will host its 15th annual spring conference 8:30 – 4 p.m. April 7 at the FedEx Global Education Center. This year’s theme is Pieces of Peace – Our Commitments to Peacebuilding for a Plural World. Class XV Rotary Peace Fellows will present their research, share examples of hope, peace-making and positive change from every corner of the earth. Online registration closes at 5 p.m. Friday, March 30.

4/14 – GO! Global Orientation on Culture and Ethics

GO! Global Orientation on Culture and Ethics is a free conference open to UNC-Chapel Hill students interested in learning more about global entrepreneurship. The orientation is designed to help students evaluate expectations, anticipate potential cultural and ethical challenges, prepare for engagement in communities and develop intercultural competencies. Registration opens March 1 and the conference is 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. April 14 at the FedEx Global Education Center.

5/9 – 11 – IUPUI Research Academy

Registration is open for the 2018 IUPUI Research Academy, May 9-11 at Indiana University in Indianapolis. Through this interactive three-day workshop, participants develop skills, learn about methods and literature, develop a research project and advance research related to service and learning in higher education. For more information, contact Tom Hahn or visit IUPUI Center for Service and Learning to register.

PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

5/17 – Weekend children’s camp needs volunteers

Volunteers are needed May 17 – 20 for Camp Celebrate, a camp for children who have survived burn injuries. Camp Celebrate is the oldest burn camp in the United States. Campers are ages 7-15, and volunteers can select the age group they would like to work with. Contact Michele Barr for an application.

Happy Kids Healthy Kids needs after-school program volunteers

Happy Kids Healthy Kids curbs the rising childhood obesity rates by hosting educational after-school programs at local elementary schools to teach children about nutrition, exercise and body positivity. Programs are held 3 – 4 p.m. Mondays at Frank Porter Graham Elementary and 3: 30 – 4:30 p.m. Tuesdays at Northside Elementary. If interested, contact Alex Doherty for more information.

Volunteer tutors needed for refugees

Githens Middle School in Durham seeks volunteers to tutor Syrian refugees. Volunteers are needed daily 9:20 – 10:30 a.m. to tutor in reading and basic math. Arabic speaking is not needed. For more information, contact Catherine Neil.

Spanish-speaking volunteer needed for music program

The Shakori Hills Community Arts Center seeks a Spanish-speaking volunteer to serve as a liaison between the JAM (Junior Appalachian Musicians) program coordinators and families of Spanish-speaking participants. Volunteer will translate written documents for students to take home, assist with student registration and make phone calls as needed. Email Julie My Amani if interested.

Youth soccer coaches needed

Rainbow Soccer needs volunteer coaches for its youth teams for players ages 3 – 14. Coaching opportunities are for one, two and three hours per week. Some soccer experience or experience working with youth is preferred. The season is March 19 – May 12. Volunteers can coach with a friend. Register at Rainbow Soccer or contact Karen Aldridge for more information.

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CCPS WEBSITE – FIND US ON THE WEB

The Carolina Center for Public Service (wccps.unc.edu) features the latest information about the APPLES Service-LearningBuckley 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, follow us on Twitter at UNCServes 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 https://ccps.unc.edu. If you are involved in public service and would like to post an announcement, fill out our online request at https://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.

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