Leadership

A Vision for the Community

The goal is not to help just one person, but the entire community.

The goal is not to help just one person, but the entire community.

Carolina’s School of Government leads a two-week fellows program to help local government professionals enhance their organizational leadership skills.  The goal is not to help just one person, but the entire community.

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UNC School of Government Funding Priorities

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Anita Brown-Graham Discusses NcIMPACT

Anita Brown-Graham, professor of public law and government, describes how ncIMPACT works to resolve community challenges.

Student Support

Investing in a New Generation of Public Service Leaders

SECU Foundation’s investment in Lead for North Carolina will help attract young people to local government as a career and encourage college graduates to work in their hometowns or in distressed communities.

Faculty Support

To Bridge the Divide

In the process of bridging the gap between classroom and courtroom, Carolina’s School of Government was founded.

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Investing in North Carolina

The UNC School of Government has always attracted creative people who want to make a difference.