Duke Student Engagement

HELPING DUKE STUDENTS TO LEARN FROM SERVICE TO THEIR COMMUNITY

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The Community Service Center provides Duke students with countless opportunities to make a difference in Durham. This relationship strengthens the schools, non-profits and neighborhoods with which students work; it also prepares Duke students to become tomorrow’s leaders in their own communities.

The Duke-Durham Neighborhood Partnership, too, has a long history of connecting Duke students and faculty to meaningful engagement opportunities in Durham, with a particular focus on organizations within the 12 neighborhoods surrounding campus.

Scroll down for some of the signature student engagement programs of the office, and contact us to learn more about creating connections between the Duke and Durham communities.

Feature Stories
Search our Volunteer Database to find local schools and non-profit organizations that need your help. Learn More
Five America Reads/ America Counts tutors share their experiences working with students in Durham’s public schools. Learn More
On MLK Day, Duke volunteers joined NCCU and Durham Tech students to package meals for people in need across the world. Learn More
Duke College Advising Corps members will help high school students in underserved communities realize their college dreams. Learn More
Duke undergraduates spent their spring break giving back and exploring housing and food insecurity issues across Durham. Learn More