It’s the start of Spring Break here in Chapel Hill, and at the Study Center we’re already getting ready for summer! The two main programs we’re most excited about, back for their second summers, are Carolina Way Camp and the Wilberforce Civic Leadership Project. Whether you’re an incoming first-year, returning UNC student, or a community member supporting Christ’s work at UNC through Study Center, learn more about these programs below!
Last August, we hosted our first ever four-day camp for incoming first-year students. The camp’s success far exceeded our expectations, and we are so thankful to be back again this summer! Staff applications are now open for current students, and the camper registration form will be live soon. If you are an alum, community member or parent and would like to directly support the mission of CWC, learn more about how to do so here.
The Wilberforce Civic Leadership Project, or WCLP, is an opportunity for UNC students to gain paid, hands-on experience working and serving alongside faith-based nonprofits in Kinston, NC. Last summer, three students interned with Hope Restorations. Through tangible acts of service and deeply relational experiences, students were able to grow individually, spiritually, and vocationally. This summer, we’re excited to partner again with Hope Restorations, as well as Hope Preparatory School! Current students can learn more and apply here.
Please join us in prayer that students would finish the 2018-19 school year strong, as we prepare for big things happening this summer, and that Christ’s love would continue to be seen and known in Chapel Hill!