The Triangle Nonprofit and Volunteer Leadership Center

IMPACT CAMP

Community Leadership & Service Camp for High School Students

A Program of The Triangle Nonprofit & Volunteer Leadership Center

Spend Your Summer Making a difference

In your community

COVID-19 IMPACT UPDATE:
IMPACT Camps will be offered in person, however, if conditions
change, the camps will be offered on a virtual platform.
All students attending will need proof of negative COVID-19 test or proof of vaccination
*Summer 2021: All service sites are in Durham County*

IMPACT Camps provide area high school-aged youth with an affordable, local week community service/urban mission experience. We offer IMPACT camps in the summer and during spring break. 

Students participating in the program spend Monday through Friday on a supervised team working on a variety service projects. They will hear from community leaders and engage in reflection activities. Participants will also receive leadership and team-building training, and learn about housing, hunger, poverty, caring for the environment, and other issues facing the local community

The following is a list of nonprofits for each IMPACT week

Week 1

Durham Community Land Trustees: 201 W. Enterprise Street, Durham 27707

End Hunger Durham: 107 N. Driver St, Durham, NC 27703

El Futuro: 2020 Chapel Hill Rd. #23, Durham, NC 27707

Boys & Girls Club: 1010 Martin Luther King Jr Pkwy Suite 300, Durham, NC 27713

Durham Rescue Mission: 2425 S. Alston Ave, Durham, NC 27713

Week 2

End Hunger Durham: 107 N. Driver St, Durham, NC 27703

Boys & Girls Club: 1010 Martin Luther King Jr Pkwy Suite 300, Durham, NC 27713 

Durham Rescue Mission: 2425 S. Alston Ave, Durham, NC 27713

Briggs Avenue Community: 1598 S Briggs Ave. Durham, NC 27707

Week 3

Durham Community Land Trustees:  201 W. Enterprise Street, Durham 27707 

Meals on Wheels Durham: 2522 Ross Rd. Durham, NC 27703

Boys & Girls Club: 1010 Martin Luther King Jr Pkwy Suite 300, Durham, NC 27713

Durham Rescue Mission: 2425 S. Alston Ave, Durham, NC 27713

Briggs Avenue Community: 1598 S Briggs Ave. Durham, NC 27707

IMPACT Information

COVID-19 Updates

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Eligibility

Application

Fees & Assistance

Payment

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Check out some photos from IMPACT Camp 2021!

XTRA CREDIT

Due to high demand, we will be offering “XTRA Credit”. Students will have the opportunity to stay at the service sites until 5PM and receive an additional two hours of service credit. This is extended from our original 9-3 day to better accommodate work schedules. XTRA IMPACT will include enrichment activities or extended service opportunities. Students can be picked up any time between 3-5PM.

XTRA Credit is available as an additional $20 fee per week. Students must be picked NO LATER THAN 5PM or additional fees will apply.

Meet your TNVLC Team!

Hometown 

Winston-Salem, NC

Education

BA: Public Policy and Political Science

Minor in Religious Studies UNC-Chapel Hill

Sydney Schamay
Program Coordinator

 

Hometown 

Durham, NC

Education

Majoring in Health Policy and Management 

UNC-Chapel Hill

Tylah Harrison
Summer Programs Coordinator

Hometown 

Raleigh, NC

Education

BA: Media and Journalism 

Minor in Public Policy

UNC-Chapel Hill

 

Becca Fiely
Development and Community Outreach Manager

 

Hometown 

Baltimore, MD

Education

BA: English

Paine College, GA

Duke Divinity School

 

Deonté Moses
Summer Programs Coordinator

Hometown 

Ranchi, India 

Education

Bachelor of Engineering
Jadavpur University, Calcutta, India

PhD Biomedical Engineering
UCLA

Sydney Schamay
Program Coordinator

Tylah Harrison
Summer Programs Coordinator

Becca Fiely
Development and Community Outreach Manager

Deonté Moses
Summer Programs Coordinator

Debalina Chatterjee
Program Coordinator

Hometown 

Salamanca, NY

Education 

BSEE – Rochester Institute of Technology

MEEE -University of Virginia

Mike Sweeney
Program Director Nonprofit Services

Hometown 

Asheville, NC

Education

BA: Double Major

Business Administration

Merchandising

Mars Hill College

Adrienne Clark
Director of Special Programs and Operations

Hometown 

Wilmington, NC

Education

BA: Double Major

Political Science Communications

​UNC-Chapel Hill 

Kim Shaw
Executive Director

Hometown 

North Hampton County, NC

Education

Graduate of NCCU and UNC-Chapel Hill 

BA in Public Health, Foods & Nutrition 

Kim Shaw
Executive Director

 

Hometown 

Cary, NC

Education

UNC at Asheville

Majoring in Anthropology with teacher licensure

 

Mike Sweeney
Program Director Nonprofit Services

Adrienne Clark
Director of Special Programs and Operations

Kim Shaw
Executive Director

Debra Brown
Office Coordinator

Casey Simon
Program Coordinator

Questions

Email:  becca@thevolunteercenter.org