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Parr Center Ethics Recruits Program

As of 2021, the Parr Center is pleased to offer a participatory program for Carolina undergraduates from all fields of study who are interested in ethics. Students who participate in the program will learn from Parr Center staff, Ethics Fellows, and guest speakers about the field of ethics. Students in the program must:

  1. Attend one Parr Center Lecture Series event each semester
  2. Participate in Parr Heel Talks (twice-monthly evening meetings)
  3. Take part in Parr Center social events, such as the Parr Heel Mixer and End of the Year Celebration & Poster Show
  4. Assist in the North Carolina Regional and National High School Ethics Bowl competitions

Additionally, students will be invited (but not required) to assist in the Ethics Fellows’ projects and work towards the Parr Center Ethics Scholar Transcript Designation

Questions? Email our Director of Undergraduate Programming, Sally Moore, at



Ethics Recruit

This is the application for the Parr Center Ethics Recruit. This form does not close, and applicants are accepted on a rolling basis.
  • Biographical Information

    A few of the biographical questions are a little personal. We ask these questions to help our staff use the most respectful language when addressing you, to understand our population better, and to effectively support individual needs. If you do not feel comfortable answering one of these questions, please feel free to leave it blank! Answers will remain confidential and will not impact your chances of joining us.
  • Essay Question

    Please answer the following questions in 300 words or less. We recommend typing answers in a separate document and pasting them into this form once you are ready to submit your application!
  • One Last Thing!

    Our goal is to provide an affirming and empowering application process for all students. Below is space for you to include any information that you feel is important for us to know. You may leave this section empty without penalty.

Questions? Email our Director of Undergraduate Programming, Sally Moore.