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Announcing Carolina’s 2022 SECU Public Fellows Interns

July 8, 2022

The Carolina Center for Public Service is pleased to announce UNC-Chapel Hill’s third cohort of SECU Public Fellows Interns. Through this program, 19 undergraduate students from Carolina are working throughout the summer in partnership with organizations serving rural communities in … Continued

Tar Heels Spreading Mental Health Awareness

June 30, 2022

Carolina Undergraduates Promote Mental Health Resources Through the Robert E. Bryan Fellowship, an APPLES Service-Learning Program  June 30, 2022 By Alex Saunders Caroline Clodfelter, director of the student-led TEACH Initiative North Carolina (TEACH), says that substance dependency and mental health … Continued

Announcing the 2022 UNC Public Service Award Recipients

April 13, 2022

Ten Carolina faculty, staff, students and organizations recognized at the 23rd annual Public Service Awards   Chapel Hill, N.C. – Ten Carolina faculty, staff, students and organizations were recognized at the 23rd annual Public Service Awards on April 12, 2022 … Continued

Using Community Service Leave to Give Back

August 10, 2021

Did you know that many Carolina faculty and staff are eligible for a special type of paid time off specifically designated for community service? In partnership with Durham Public Schools Volunteer Medical Corps, Jennifer DeNeal, associate director of the UNC-Chapel … Continued

Rising senior gives back to local Japanese families

July 19, 2021

Alyssa Cooper has been working with Southern Bridge International’s Prego Club, which focuses on helping pregnant or post-partum Japanese women in the Triangle navigate the American medical system. By Amanda Wicks, University Communications   Service holds a significant place in … Continued