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2017 University Conference School Supply Drive

University Conference at North Carolina Central University is a time to re-energize and welcome back faculty to begin another wonderful academic year. It is also the first opportunity for faculty and staff to “model” service for the students and community. NCCU entered into a partnership with Duke Energy in...
 
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Sowing Service After Graduation

Brandon Douglas is young black professional that graduated from North Carolina Central University with his BSW during the spring of 2014. He was grantedthe Student Service Impact Award for excellent contribution of “Truth and Service” to the community. During his field practicum at Merrick Moore Elementary, he...
 
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Eagle Corps Service Opening

Member Duties : Eagle Corps members working to provide economic opportunity programs like workforce development, entrepreneurship, veteran's reintegration services or job training and other skill development services for economically disadvantaged youth. Full-time and half-time members will provide direct service,...
 
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Eagles Standing Together

Alpha Phi Sigma (Criminal Justice Honor Society) expressed thanks for your generous donation and participation in the ALS walk on April 22, 2017. As you all may or may not be aware of, this walk was in support of Kathryn Manginelli, a member of Alpha Phi Sigma and an alum of North Carolina Central University who was...
 
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Hurricane Matthew Relief – NCCU Campus Recreation

North Carolina Central University’s Department of Campus Recreation saw a need within the community as well as an opportunity to embody the school’s motto of “Truth and Service” by participating in a two day service project in the Fayetteville and Lumberton communities to assist with clean up in the...
 
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Return of the Mack

North Carolina Central University Alumnae Ryan Smith who joined the NFL Buccaneers returned to Durham, NC for something that is very important to him-community service. After receiving a request from his friend Christopher Simmons who is completing his unpaid internship with John Avery Boys and Girls Club, Smith was...
 
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Student Service Impact Award 2017

As North Carolina Central University prepares for May 2017 graduation, we did not want to go without celebrating our candidates for this outstanding achievement. Since 2014, the University honors graduating seniors who complete a prescribed number of service hours and demonstrate how their service made an impact on the...
 
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NCCU Newman Civic Fellow - Tyler Walker

Congratulations to Mr. Tyler Walker selected as one of 273 Newman Civic Fellows for 2017!  Campus Compact redesigned it's Newman Civic Fellowship that recognizes and supports community-committed students in the civic, professional, and personal growth.  Through the fellowship, Fellows have access in-person...
 
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College Graduates: You Have Options!

In just a few months, students will be moving their 2017 tassels from the right side to the left and embarking on new endeavors with a college degree in hand. Some students can’t wait to graduate and began their careers, while some are undecided about what their next steps are. Consider Service as an...
 
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Community Service: Royal Sock Hop

The Men’s Achievement Center was delighted to partner with Durham Head Start, by engaging youth in the Royal Sock Hop event on February 22nd at the Durham Armory. On this date, NCCU CSP/MAC students embarked on a public service opportunity to chaperone, dance and encourage deserving Head Start children in need of...
 
 
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