From tutoring students in Durham Public Schools through America Reads America Counts to building bridges in rural Kenya through DukeEngage, Duke offers an array of opportunities for students to become involved in communities at home and across the world. Students who participate in civic engagement programs are more aware of the issues surrounding them as well as strategies for solving those issues, more confident of their professional and academic goals, and more culturally competent.
Jacob Tobia T’14 discusses combining academics and advocacy, the value of service learning classes and preparing for advocacy after graduation.
Below is a growing list of opportunities available for Duke students. To add a program to this list, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fuqua School of Business
Nicholas School of the Environment
Pratt School of Engineering
Sanford School of Public Policy
School of Medicine