For announcements about Duke service-learning courses and programs, volunteer opportunities, service-related job postings and internships, conferences, and research opportunities...
The Service-Learning Student Leadership Team serves as advocates for service-learning at Duke and consultants to the Service-Learning Program staff. With support, they lead initiatives that highlight and promote quality service-learning, deepen our understanding of the outcomes of service-learning, and contribute to the service and civic engagement communities on campus.
LEAPS (Learning through Experience, Action, Partnership, and Service) is a student organization comprised of trained facilitators who work with faculty to design and facilitate reflection sessions for Duke service-learning courses.
The Betsy Alden Outstanding Service-Learning Awards recognize one graduating senior, one faculty member, and one community partner for their outstanding commitment to the ideals of service-learning.
Talk to one of Duke's global/civic advisors. The Undergraduate Global Advising office has some great resources to help you find your path and make it happen, as well as profiles and pointers from other students.
Look for House Courses that combine study with public service, such as Project Durham, Developing Leadership through Community Service, or the Durham Giving Project.
Apply for a DukeEngage program with a strong academic component such as a preparation or follow-up course.
Explore the Kenan Institute for Ethics, which offers a pre-orientation program, Focus cluster, DukeEngage project, and ethics certificate, among other opportunities.
Check out the Hart Leadership Program within the Sanford School of Public Policy, which infuses "research service-learning" into core Public Policy courses and offers service, leadership, and social entrepreneurship programs.
Visit Duke Global Health to learn more about their certificate programs, Focus cluster, semester abroad, and other opportunities.
Engineering students: explore Pratt's many service and outreach programs.
Interested in studying abroad? Consider the Duke in the Andes program, which includes a community service component.
Keep an eye on upcoming topics for the Duke Center for Civic Engagement's civicXchange, Civic Forums, and Civic Thursdays. Consider joining or attending when the topic relates to your area of study.