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Time Sheets, Payroll, & Education Award

The AmeriCorps ACCESS time sheets are completed online through OnCorps Reports. For general questions about how to log in services hours, please contact: Khouan Rodriguez at (336) 256-1060. If you are having password retrieval or technical issues with the time sheet system itself, please contact OnCorps Reports directly at [email protected].

Time Sheet Website:

Members receiving a stipend will be able to manage their accounts through the UNCGenie system.

Instructions for Accessing Pay Information on UNCGenie

  • Log onto the Internet and go to:
  • Click on Enter Secure Area.
  • Enter your 9-digit User ID and Pin.** Click Login.
    • If you don’t have a pin, go to:
    • They will send you an email with a temporary PIN but you only have 20 minutes to set up your account once you receive the email. If you miss this deadline, you will have to request a new PIN.
    • If you have problems getting your PIN or with any other UNCG web issue, please contact (336) 256-TECH.
  • You should now see one (or more) link(s).

IMPORTANT! Pay information may be viewed through UNCGenie approximately four (4) business days prior to actual “Pay Date”. FUNDS ARE NOT ACTUALLY DEPOSITED INTO YOUR BANK ACCOUNT UNTIL PAYDAY.

To View or Change Direct Deposit Information

  • Click on Employee
  • Click on Pay Information
  • Click on Direct Deposit Maintenance – Then click continue. This will display your current: Bank Name, Routing Number, Account Number, Account Type, and Status
  • You also have the option to Update Account. Once you input the information requested, click save.

To View Pay Stub

  • Click on Employee
  • Click on Pay Information
  • Click on Pay Stub – Select the year of the pay you would like to review and click the Display button. This will display pay stub date, pay period begin and end dates, gross pay and net pay by month.
  • Click on the underlined pay stub date to access pay stub detail information. The information displayed includes gross pay, total deductions, check/direct deposit number, bank name, type of earnings as well as types of benefits and deductions.

Instructions for Viewing and/or Updating Tax Forms

  • Click on Employee
  • Click on Tax Forms
  • Select W-4 or NC-4. You will see the current withholding information and at the bottom are given the option to Update.
  • Select W-2 Wage & Tax Statement. You will then select the tax year and click display.

Members will need to register with to activate an account. To set up an account, follow the instructions below. Members will be able to use their account to request a forbearance on qualified student loans or to print out their service letters. Once a member successfully completes the program and is exited, the member will receive an email from the National Service Trust (see sample) indicating that their education award is ready for use. Members will then be able to request Interest Accrual and/or Education Award payments.

Please remember that the education award can be used for current or future educational expenses or to pay back qualified student loans. For more information on the use or disbursement of the education award, interest accrual payment, and/or requesting a forbearance, please call the National Service Trust at (800) 942-2677 or visit their website at Note: The Education Award is good for 7 years from the date it was issued and is subject to taxes in the year it is used.

Instructions for the My AmeriCorps Portal

Members need to complete the following steps to access the My AmeriCorps website. From this site, members can manage their Education Award, Loan Forbearance and Interest Accrual benefits, as well as access their Service Letter:

  • Go online to
  • Register to create a new Member / Alum account.
  • You will receive an email with a link to complete your registration. (You must click on the link within 72 hours.)
  • Create a username and password. (Note: Username needs to have at least 6 characters and password needs to have at least one uppercase letter and one digit.)
  • On the menu to the left, click the “My Education Award” section.
  • The general page will list your contact information (name, date of birth, and mailing address), as well as your service terms.
  • There are also four additional sections
    • Creating a forbearance request
    • Creating an interest accrual request
    • Creating an educational award payment request.
    • Creating a transfer request (This option will ONLY be available if you were 55 or older at the time of enrollment.)
  • Simply choose the action you want to complete, follow the directions on filling out the required information, and click “submit.”
  • The “My Tax Statements” section allows you to view and print tax statements for the current year (or previous years).
  • The “My Service Letter” section allows you to print out letters certifying your time of service in an AmeriCorps program.
  • You may also contact My AmeriCorps using the link provided in the menu.

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Resources for Members

Please visit the Resources page for resources for clients.

Service Related Resources

General Resources


Parliament House Apartments, BC Parker Real Estate 407 S Broad S, Burlington NC 27215 (336) 226-8411

Walmart, 3141 Garden Road, Burlington NC (336) 584-6400

  • Alamance Crossing (mall), 1080 Piper Ln, Burlington NC 27215 (336) 584-8157
  • Tanger Outlets, 4000 Arrowhead Blvd., Mebane, NC 27302

Mykonos Grill (Greek food), 2253 S Church Street, Burlington NC (336) 222-1141

Conservator’s Center, 676 E Hughes Mill Road, Burlington NC 27217 (336) 543-2230

Burlington is a quiet town, but has many good restaurants to check out. Also, Greensboro is just about 30 minutes away.

Since Burlington is a small town it’s easy to get situated and familiar with the surroundings.


  • Humble and affordable apartments on central avenue.
  • With family.
  • Central Pointe apts., 4439 Central Ave.
  • University Area,
  • If you have another source of employment, Noda. If not, try the university area.
  • Plaza-Midwood area, Charlotte, 28205: there are many options in this area, apartments and single homes for renting, at affordable prices, and close to some of the best dining and shopping options in the city. Close to downtown as well.
  • Ballantyne , Charlotte, 28277 : on the edge of the downtown, affordable prices for apartments.
  • Dilworth/South Park area: more expensive but very quiet, clean, and close to major happenings in the city.
  • North Davidson (NoDa), Plaza Midwood, Dora! Apartment Complex.
  • Many apartment complexes in the area.

  • Aldi grocery store (various locations throughout charlotte), G-Mart, Publix, Target.
  • Compare Foods – for international flavor, located on Milton Rd. in East Charlotte.
  • Bestway, Harris Teeter will sometimes do bulk discounts.
  • Food Lion: get a MVP card and buy items on sale.
  • Trader Joe’s
  • Tiendas locales, etc.
  • Invest in a Costco card.
  • There are many local Farmers Markets like the Atlantic Farmers Market. Walmart also has cheap options.
  • Get food stamps if you qualify.

  • Mall Shopping: Southpark Mall, Concord Mills Mall, Northlake Mall.
  • Charlotte Premium Outlets.
  • Goodwill, Value Village.
  • Usual places : Walmart, Kohls, Marhsalls, TJMax, Ross, etc. Located around the city.
  • NoDa and Plaza-Midwood: small business shopping.
  • Don’t buy un-necessary items. Walmart has cheap things if you don’t mind subscribing to the market/ sweatshop economy.
  • Buffalo exchange, Plaza Midwood, Central Ave.
  • If you must, check out the Goodwill in expensive areas, such as Ballantyne.
  • I would not recommend it, save as much money as you can. If you need work clothes, I would recommend Burlington Coat Factory, Ross, Marshalls, and other discount stores. Online shopping also saves the hassle of having to waste gas money!
  • You simply do not shop.

  • Sunrise Restaurant
  • Fern (vegan restaurant)
  • Terrace Cafe
  • Anywhere on Central Avenue. Dim Sum, Queen Shibah Ferns.
  • Good Food on Montford
  • SunFlour Baking Company
  • Three Amigos
  • Cabo Fish Tacos
  • Amelies French Bakery
  • Nikko Japanese restaurant & Sushi Bar
  • Thai Taste
  • Deejai Thai Sushi Restaurant
  • Tupelo Honey
  • Bistro La Bon
  • Viva Chicken
  • King’s Kitchen
  • NoDa
  • Plaza-Midwood
  • Metropolitan and downtown city (called Uptown in Charlotte) areas offer great variety of restaurants.
  • If willing to drive more to the north, Boardwalk close to University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC), area around Northlake Mall, and Birkdale Village in Huntersville offer a mix of shopping and dining choices, at moderate to high prices.
  • At home, invest in a lunchbox. Try and bring lunch from home.
  • If you must venture, check online coupon specials. If you want to venture out to the Charlotte area, try Tacos El Nevado. They are the best tacos ever!! Also try the Sopes, Central Ave. is great with food diversity and choices.

  • Panther’s games!!
  • Yoga at Yoga One studios, Parks, Movie theaters, there are a lot of museums to check out as well.
  • Parks: Freedom Park, Little Sugar Creek Greenway , Mallard Creek Greenway, Jatton Park (beautiful park in Cornelius, outside Charlotte but only 20 min drive), and Whitewater Center.
  • History & Museums: Mint Museum , Levine Museum of the New South, Discovery Place, The Bechtler Museum of Modem Art, The Charlotte Museum of History, etc.
  • Shopping and restaurants: NoDa Arail Yoga,, and Plaza-Midwood, Epicenter (offers variety of restaurants, bars, pubs, clubs, stores, theaters, movie theaters, and galleries). Downtown (Uptown) : theaters (Charlotte Symphony, Belk Theater and Knight Theater at Blumenthal. Performing Arts; Spirit Square), pubs, bars, and clubs, restaurants, etc.)
  • Boardwalk area close to UNCC: restaurants, pubs and cafes, at very affordable prices, with options to sit outside with a look over the small lake.
  • Check out It provides fun free and low cost entertainment from museum exhibits to festivals
  • There is a ton of free stuff to do in Charlotte, check out the local paper/internet for free events. A lot of the museums are free on the weekend and there are always different cultural events going on.
  • Take a stroll in up-town. There are a lot of attractions there like museums, movie theatres, and local breweries.
  • Attend cultural festivals, Explore the artsy neighborhoods, Go to concerts, Attend sports events.

  • Explore Charlotte–It’s pretty big and has a lot to offer.
  • Use this networking opportunity to further your skill set and make strides toward future employment.
  • Be smart about your money. Start a bank account that automatically deposits part of your paycheck into a savings account.
  • Be cautious about how much you put on your credit card.
  • Charlotte is a multifaceted city, take time to get to know it, and you will find it having something for everybody. However, it is also still in many ways a segregated community and certain parts of the city are not as safe as others. Do your research when choosing the place to live in.
  • Breathe. Do not let your service absorb your free times (nights and weekends).
  • It is a good thing that you are invested in your commitment to help the community, yet in order to not bum out quickly you need a breather.
  • Take Advantage of the resources the city has to offer, connect with other AmeriCorps members in the city & support their events.
  • Live with someone, if you live alone live in a slightly better area.
  • Set aside a little bit of money for fun, staying at home all the time is depressing.
  • Check out the drink specials at your favorite bar or see what free events are going on.
  • This is your year! Do it well!
  • Useful links to find your way around Charlotte:
  • Take time to know the staff members at your organization. Ask questions. This will make you find more commonality and make you feel more like part of a team.


  • The School Apartments on Spring Garden.
  • In Cumberland Courts Apartments, for it is affordable and close to down town Greensboro.
  • Student living near Universities
  • Glenwood neighborhood.
  • Glen Haven, 426 Greenbriar Road, Greensboro, NC 27405 (336) 545-0201, Community help program.
  • Campus Crossing Student Housing, 336.290 .7985, 705 Milton Street, Greensboro, NC 27403.
  • Apartments off West Market in Greensboro, NC.
  • Lindley Park Manor (Ashland Drive), Anywhere but CATO realty.
  • Latham & Lindley Park – Fidelity Realty.
  • Ashton Woods Appt. 3900 Hahns Ln Greensboro, NC 27401, 336-272-7270.
  • Campus Crossing Apartments (705 Milton St, Greensboro, NC 27403), Dogwood Creek Apartments, Campus II Apartments. There are affordable, furnished apartments near UNCG.
  • University Village, 1713 Walker Ave., Greensboro, NC 27403.
  • Sterling Park, 1722 Sherwood St, Greensboro, NC 27403.
  • Sebastian Village
  • The Edge
  • Greensboro Housing Authority, 336-275-8801.
  • Student Apartments by UNCG.
  • Northwinds Apartment Homes, 1373 Lees Chapel Rd. Greensboro, NC 27455, 336-621-6662.
  • Bell company apartments New Garden, Lawndale, and Pisgah Church Road. Examples: Lincoln Green 2205 New Garden Road.
  • The Park, 2119 Spring Garden Road.
  • Ray Realty, (336) 379-8645, Realtor office, to help you find a home.
  • Northwinds apartment Homes, 1373 Lees Chapel Rd., Greensboro, NC 27455, (336-621-6662). I have friends who live here and enjoy it the price isn’t too bad, especially with a roommate.
  • Pickering Student Apartments: 702 E Lindsey St, Greensboro, NC 27401 (888) 579-7831. *No personal knowledge of their quality, but they are cheap and in a good location (near A&T and downtown Greensboro).
  • Airbnb, **This is a website where people can rent rooms from other people, and some provide long term rentals. Great for a vacation or if moving to a new city!
  • Legacy Apartments at Friendly
  • Guilford County is great!
  • At home! With parents, roommates. Section 8 Housing (difficult to get).

  • Super G Mart! 4927 W. Market St. GSO, NC 27407.
  • Bestway 2113 Walker Avenue , Greensboro, NC 27403.
  • Newk’s 2711 Grandview Ave. Greensboro, NC.
  • Aldi- really cheap! 1507 New Garden Rd, Greensboro, NC, NC 2741 (855) 955-2534
  • Indu Groceries (International). 4222 High Point Rd (Bus #11)
  • Dollar Tree.
  • Greensboro Farmers Curb Market, 501 Yanceyville St. (accepts EBT, on Wednesdays receive double the EBT tokens for up to $15)
  • Sam’s Club on Wendover Ave.
  • Fresh Market, 3712 Lawndale Dr. Greensboro, NC 27455, 336-282-4832.
  • Trader Joes, Winston-Salem, 252 South Stratford Rd 336-721-1744.
  • Costco: 4201 W Wendover Ave, Greensboro, NC 27407 (336) 291-4013.
  • The usual suspects: Walmart/Harris Teeter/Food Lion/Family Dollar. Food Lion is best for price, but Bestway is great for beer. Also: Deep Roots, Whole Foods and Earth Fare are the best for organic foods and vegetarian or vegan foods.
    • Food Lion – 2208 Golden Gate Drive Greensboro, NC, (336) 378-9844
    • Whole Foods- 3202 West Friendly Avenue , Greensboro, NC 27408
    • Earth Fare- 2965 Battleground Avenue, Greensboro , NC 27408
    • Deep Roots – 600 North Eugene Street, Greensboro, NC 27401
    • Harris Teeter, 3330 W Friendly Ave, Greensboro, NC 27410
  • Always check the sales Paper!

  • Macy’s has really nice clothes for cheap when they are on clearance!
  • Friendly Shopping Center, 3110 Kathleen Ave (Bus #7)
  • Four Seasons Mall, 410 Four seasons Boulevard, Greensboro, NC 27427.
  • Thrift Shops & Second Hand Shops: Plato’s Closet, Value Village, Salvation Army, Carolina Thrift, Uptown Cheapskate. Also: Goodwill/Salvation Army. Goodwill 1235 S Eugene St, Greensboro, NC 27406 Phone: (336) 275-2150.
  • H&M, Forever 21, Old Navy, (in Four Seasons Mall).
  • Ed Mckays for used music, books, (1601 N Battleground), (336) 274-4448,
  • Empire Books (1827 Spring Garden Street), (336) 218-0450,
  • Lost Ark video games and arcade, (1701-a Spring Garden Street),
  • Scuppernong’s books and coffee, ( 304 South Elm Street ), (336) 763.1919.
  • Sisters Boutique, 330 Tate St., Greensboro.
  • Tanger Outlets, 4000 Arrowhead Blvd., Mebane, NC 27302.
  • Bargain Box: 122 N Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401 (336) 273-6349.
  • 10,000 Villages

  • Nazarene on West Market.
  • Pho Hien Vuong (Vietnamese/Thai cuisine) 4109 Spring Garden St. (336)294-5551 (Cheap; big portions and get a punch card to get a free meal!)
  • Taste of Ethiopia, W Market St.
  • West Market Street: it’s where all of the ethnic restaurants are.
  • Olive Garden, 3000 High Point Road Greensboro, NC, (336) 854-7094.
  • K&W Cafeteria: 3200 Northline Ave, Greensboro, NC 27408, (336) 292-2864.
  • Saffron Indian Restaurant, 1500 Mill St #104, Greensboro, NC 27408.
  • Koshary (Mediterranean Food, 200 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401.
  • Sticks and Stones and Mellow Mushroom.
  • Thai Garden, 427 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27403.
  • Kiosco Mexican Grill, 3011 Spring Garden St, Greensboro, NC 27403
  • Have a coffee at Green Bean and have a beer in the Zone in down town Greensboro.
  • Hams (Elm Street, High Point Road, and New Garden Road).
  • Dixie 111, Dixie Drive, Asheboro, NC (Checks and Cash only!).
  • Dominos: 820 S Chapman St, Greensboro , NC 27403 (336) 272-6156 **Two medium pizzas for $5.99 each, lasts for multiple meals. Amount of food works out to about 6 meals at about $1.96 per meal.
  • I am vegetarian and have many food allergies, ALL of these places are great options and their staff are amazing at helping you find the perfect meal… and not expensive either. Chef Samir is probably the most expensive on this list and he isn’t very pricey, but totally worth it. And Jake’s actually has the best veggie dogs in town… no joke.
    • Yum Yum’s
    • Mimi’s
    • Olive Garden on High Point Rd.
    • McAllister’s Deli, Highwoods Blvd., off New Garden Rd.
    • Boba House, Vegetarian, Tate St.,
    • Koshary- 200 South Elm Street, Greensboro, NC 27401 (SOOOO GOOOOOD!!!!!!)
    • Chef Samir- 4212 West Wendover Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27407
    • Taste of Ethiopia- 106 South Westgate Drive, Greensboro, NC 27407
    • Iron Hen- 908 Cridland Road, Greensboro, NC 27408
    • Jakes Billiards – 1712 Spring Garden Street, Greensboro, NC 27403.
    • Hops Burger Bar. 2419 Spring Garden St.
    • Casa Valarta, 3915 Battleground Ave, Greensboro, NC 27410, 336-282-7070.
    • Green Valley Grill, 624 Green Valley Road Greensboro, NC, 336-854-2015.
    • Taco Bell (summit Avenue)
    • Lindley Filling Station
    • Sticks and Stones
    • Fish Bone
    • Jack’s Corner.
  • Other suggestions: Greensboro Urban Ministry, Cook at home, Cookout, Wendy’s, Kickback Jack’s, Texas Roadhouse.
  • Ethnosh – a guide to local ethnic foods in the community –

  • UNCG has festivals going on all the time. Those are fun to check out.
  • I love going to the movies. The theater on Kroger Blvd has student tickets for $6.50 even cheaper when matinee.
  • Ice Skating.
  • Hiking at Hanging Rock.
  • Dancing at Limelight, Artistika Club (523 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27406).
  • First Friday on Elm street-first Friday of every month.
  • Guilford Courthouse National Military Park Address:2332 New Garden Rd, Greensboro, NC 27410 Phone: (336)288-1776
  • Greensboro- a lot of Restaurants, bars, free events all year- round!
  • The Bog Garden Tangier Family Bicentennial Garden- 1105 Hobbs Rd GSO,NC
  • $2.00 Movie Theater
  • City Market (3rd Thursday of every month, downtown).
  • Bike trails and Greenway.
  • Join the YMCA.
  • Greensboro Science Center, (4301 Lawndale Drive, Greensboro, NC 27455).
  • Regal Cinemas Greensboro Grande Stadium 16 Movie Theater, 3205 Northline Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27408.
  • Downtown Greensboro Shops.
  • NC Zoo in Asheboro.
  • Airbound Trampoline Park:
    • 4215 High Point Rd , Greensboro, NC 27407 (336) 907-8682,
    • 7840 N. Point Blvd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106 (336) 896-9100
  • Arboretum
  • Weatherspoon Art Museum,
  • Wet and Wild.
  • Airbound Indoor Trampoline Park – A must try, 4215 high Point Rd, Greensboro, NC 27407, Tuesday nights are college night!!!!!
  • Triad Lanes, 21 Oak Branch Dr., Greensboro, NC 27407, 336-292-0181.
  • Walk through downtown,
  • Civil Rights Museum, on Elm St and Greensboro Children’s Museum, on Church St.
  • Other suggestions: Go to the Park, Roller Skating, Ice Skating, bowling, arcade, laser tag, Museums, & DIY Projects. It is interesting to visit museums and historical places in Greensboro. Soccer fields and coliseum are interesting places to see in Greensboro.

  • Be open to exploring new things/foods/cultures
  • Roll with the punches … Your experience may be different than what you expected but if you keep an open mind and a positive attitude it could be your best experience!
  • Never be afraid to ask for help.
  • Be aware of your health.
  • If you know that you’re on a budget don’t spend money unnecessarily. If you don’t have it, don’t be afraid to say you don’t have it. Don’t go broke trying to keep up with the Joneses, trying to please others and trying to fit in. It’s perfectly okay to thrift and bargain shop if you need to.
  • Read YES weekly or City Beat (local rags found at nearly every coffee shop) to get a feel for what’s going on.
  • You have to put in the effort to find things to do in Greensboro as they don’t advertise well.
  • Be Social, outgoing and opportunistic. Maintain balance in your everyday life.
  • Family Services and opencounseling.comFamily Service Piedmont, To talk with one of our counselors, contact 336-387-6161. Contact by email at [email protected].
  • Money Essentials,
  • Check in on your mental health, budgeting is stressful!
  • There is a lot going on in Greensboro! Get to know the area in your free time.
  • To have a map/GPS; and to have fun. The diversity of the community, even in the stores is fun to see.
  • Visit as many places as you can and try all the different ethnic foods. You will never know what your next favorite food is.
  • Counseling and Consulting Services Clinic, 1000 Spring Garden St, UNCG-Ferguson Building, Greensboro, NC 27402, 336-334-5112.
  • Shop and eat local as much as possible. There are SO many great family owned businesses and eateries that there isn’t much reason to shop corporate.
  • Don’t be afraid to start conversations with the staff or owners, they always have great suggestions on items to buy or eat and they also know some of the best secret spots around!
  • Get involved and meet people who are local. Friends, family, former or current school advisors, managers and/or supervisors, pastors, colleagues.
  • Stick around the university areas where you can easily meet other 20-something-year-olds.
  • Elm Street and Spring Garden are where most people go for fun!
  • Take care of yourselves. While you take care of others so often, don’t forget that we can only do so when we are well ourselves.
  • Greensboro has a lot of great things to offer, diversity, beauty , history, and Great food … Take advantage of all of it!
  • Greensboro Public Libraries offers a lot of great services for the public and for students.
  • First Fridays on Elm Street are always fun.
  • Check out Winston-Salem as well. Less than half an hour away.
  • Spring Garden Bakery has two for one muffin on Fridays. It is a great Friday treat! Address: 1932 Spring Garden St, Greensboro, NC 27403 Phone: (336} 272-8199.
  • Be a part of the community and go to city market events.
  • The YMCA in downtown Greensboro is great and friendly for a place to work out. 501 West Market Street, Greensboro, NC, (336) 478-9622
  • If you run the Old Battleground Park loop at Guilford Courthouse National Military park, it comes in around 3 miles. It’s beautiful and safe. I run it 5 days a week and have never felt unsafe. It is on Old Battleground, Greensboro NC.
  • Greensboro is filled with rich history, make an effort to learn about it and visit the Universities and Museum’s.
  • Best coffee shop in town has to be Coffeeology on Tate street. .. AND they have gelato! 423 Tate Street, Greensboro, NC 27403.
  • There are lots of great parks in Greensboro, no need to pay a lot to have fun!
  • Visit neighboring cities, stroll downtown Greensboro in the evening.

Raleigh – Durham – Chapel Hill

  • Carrboro (rent is relatively cheaper than Chapel Hill locations); I live in downtown Carrboro In a house rented from a Landlord. Mill House properties is another housing Agency in Chapel Hill.
  • Oak Creek Village Apartments (Highway 15- 501), 605 West (Downtown), Take advantage of connections on Facebook,
  • Oak Creek and Chapel Towers.
  • Raleigh Craigslist.
  • 140 West Franklin, Chapel Hill, (919) 942-3381.

  • Kroger (multiple locations)
  • Harris Teeter (multiple locations)
  • Food Lion on Hillsboro Rd.
  • Trader Joe’s on 15-501.
  • Farmers Market.
  • Aldi, Durham, (855) 955-2534.
  • *Food Lion/Harris Teeter is ubiquitous and convenient, but Trader Joe’s is cheaper.

  • New Hope Commons Shopping Center in Durham (closest large shopping center in CH-Carrboro).
  • PTA Thrift store, Carrboro.
  • Southpointe Mall in Durham if you need a mall.
  • T.J. Maxx (Highway 15-501), Marshall’s (Highway 15-501)
  • Bargan Box -919-833-7587.
  • Townsend Bertram, Chapel Hill, (919) 933-9712.

  • Chinese: Jade Palace
  • Burger: Buns, Al’s Burger
  • Indian/Indi-Chinese: Rasa (amazing!)
  • Mexican: Monterrey.
  • At home, make food and save money.
  • Downtown Durham! Parker and Otis, Bull City Burger, Foster’s, Nana Taco. Lilly’s Pizza.
  • Neomonde – 919-828-1628.
  • Mediterranean Deli, Chapel Hill, (919) 967-2666.

  • Weaver Street Market
  • Farmer’s Market Arts Center
  • DSI Comedy Theater
  • Ride a bike, climb a tree, go to Blue Ridge Parkway or beach, go to DPAC or a concert Cat’s Cradle
  • Go to the Ackland or Nasher
  • Explore downtown Durham (Bull City Burgers, The Scrap Exchange, etc.)
  • American Tobacco Campus -Downtown Durham
  • Durham/Chapel Hill/Carrboro Farmer’s Markets Explore the area!
  • Jordan Lake and Eno River Trail
  • Raleigh YMCA 919-848-9622.
  • Defy Gravity, Durham, (919) 625-1010

  • While Chapel Hill is pretty much a university town, there is PLENTY to do in Chapel Hill thanks to Franklin Street; walking couple miles across Franklin Street will take you to the wonderful little town of Carrboro where there are lots of “small town” stuff that could be done! Carrboro hosts amazing annual music festivals/art festivals, etc.
  • Get to know your Co-Workers; they’re cool.
  • Set Boundaries: don’t work too much.
  • Listen to NPR on way to work.
  • Get involved in activities in the community that interest you and find your niche.
  • Explore the area! The downtown areas of Chapel Hill & Raleigh are amazing places to check out if you need to explore.
  • Set your background, stand up for yourself. Be prepared for thankless work.
  • Live in Chapel Hill, commute to Durham.
  • Erwin Rd., Whitfield, is faster between Durham & Carrboro than 15-501 whenever there is traffic.

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