Duke Alums Engage organizes Duke alumni in the Triangle to participate in local volunteer projects.
The Duke Career Center works with employers to build a recruiting strategy, post a job or attend a career fair. The Career Center has these and many other resources for local employers seeking exceptional candidates.
The Community Service Center (CSC) serves as a clearinghouse of volunteer opportunities to help Duke students and employees get involved in Durham. In addition to filling the volunteer needs of partner nonprofits, the CSC offers a variety of signature programs that connect and strengthen the Duke and Durham communities, including the Dive Into Durham spring break service program and helping community-based nonprofits recruit and hire federal work-study students during the academic year. Nonprofits are reimbursed for 90% of the student’s earnings.
Duke Partnership for Service is the governance organization for student service and social action groups on campus. They connect Duke students with service organizations and community projects.
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