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 while you are an undergraduate … and in your future career. The reflection work that you create now can become part of your academic portfolio and your professional resume.
- Thank You Letter – Shared with DukeEngage funders, Gates & The Duke Endowment
- 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 – Create a retrospective video about your community partner or your community
- Apply to be a DEAL – work with local non-profit and community partner, The Monti to add to our “My DukeEngage Story” series
From anxious outsider to confident community member, Duke undergraduate Jenna Peters tells a story of transformation and acceptance — and a little dancing.
Fasting during the holy month of Ramadan with his host community in Jordan, Mike Wang experienced a new dimension of religion and a deeper understanding of its place in the world.
During his summer with DukeEngage in Colombia, Juan finally began to understand where he fits at the intersection of his American and Colombian heritage.
Working with a summer program for young girls in California, Rohini Paul learned powerful lessons about relationship-building and self identity.