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Stage Play

May 21, 2018

Through acting and the dramatic arts, Stage Play helps children with autism cope with the common stressors and challenges of navigating through social environments. Stage Play recruits volunteers who are involved in dramatic arts as well as special needs care/education. … Continued

Tar Heel TABLE

May 17, 2016

Tar Heel TABLE seeks to increase awareness of the prevalence of local childhood hunger and poverty in our community and support the work of TABLE, a non‐profit hunger relief organization serving children in Chapel Hill and Carrboro. Get involved and check out our … Continued

Project Literacy

May 17, 2016

Project Literacy plays a role in empowering people with literacy through advocacy, education, and volunteer work. We strive to address the broad issue of illiteracy or literacy deficiency which finds itself at the intersection of a variety of systemic discrimination-based … Continued

Helping Youth by Providing Enrichment (HYPE)

May 17, 2016

Helping Youth by Providing Enrichment (HYPE) provides social, cultural and educational experiences for K-5 students at underserved community centers throughout the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area. UNC students serve these centers by acting as both tutors and mentors. In addition to HYPE’s … Continued

Catalyst Conference

May 17, 2016

The annual Catalyst Conference brings a selected group of 100 high school students from across North Carolina to UNC-CH for a weekend-long exploration of social issues affecting American youth.   In light of the problems that have become increasingly prevalent among today’s … Continued

Carolina Kickoff

May 17, 2016

For over sixty-five years, the Campus Y has sponsored Carolina Kickoff (CK) as an informal introduction to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for 175 incoming first-year students. Each year, 40 counselors endeavor to paint a total picture of campus … Continued

Big Buddy

May 17, 2016

An affiliate of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, Big Buddy pairs UNC students with “at risk” children ages 6-14 in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro community to form one-on-one mentor relationships.  Each mentor acts as a friend and role model to a child … Continued