Sharing Your Experience with Others

When you return to Duke after a summer of DukeEngage service, you may decide you want to tell your story to others. Writing, illustrating, video, photography — these are all excellent options for deeper reflection. They're also valuable materials that will contribute to your personal brand — now as an undergraduate ... and in your future career. The reflection work that you create now can become part of your academic portfolio and your resume.

Here are a few examples of ways to share your story:

Thank You Letter - Shared with DukeEngage funders, Gates & TDE

The Chronicle - Opinion

DukeToday - Opinion

Poster Presentation: https://undergraduateresearch.duke.edu/visible-thinking

Nasher Museum of Art - Academic Focus Gallery

Life Inside - Podcasts that reflect an accurate take on life at Duke.

TEDx at Duke

Passport - Duke's International Journal

News & Observer - Opinion

Chronicle of Higher Education

Huffington Post - Propose a guest blog

Global SL - Propose a guest blog

YouTube

My DukeEngage Story

In the spring of 2016, a group of DukeEngage program alumni collaborated with a Durham nonprofit, The Monti, to craft short stories about their experiences with DukeEngage. Each student presented a story about a conflict or challenge, and how it was resolved. Below are a few of their stories.