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“I realized that civic engagement is something that you can balance in your day-to-day life. I think people have the perception that if you’re going to be involved, you really need to commit, and give your life up, and move to another country…I don’t think it’s like that. It’s something that can be very local." Manvi Malhotra

Civic Engagement as a Way of Life

Published by Sarah Rogers
DukeEngage is accepting applications for the Brodhead Service Program, a summer fellowship available to DukeEngage alumni who wish to design …
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Rachel Beza-Juarez: . “I felt that I had the support to really make it my own, and also, the professional guidance that might not be built into a community project is built into the fellowship…preparing you for the future, and making you reflect on what that future will look like, and how you can connect and fold your interests into that future.”

Learning Resilience through Service

Published by Sarah Rogers
DukeEngage is accepting applications for the Brodhead Service Program, a summer fellowship available to DukeEngage alumni who wish to design …
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DukeEngage Zhuhai Highlight

Published by Elise Zhang and Sara Yuen
Consider this: “from May 8th until July 3rd, a group of 15 Duke University students, spread over three time zones, …
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Growing Up

Published by Alan Tang
It was another exciting week of teaching and DukeEngage. Teaching continues to give me lots of joy. This week was …
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Just Keep Swimming

Published by Sandy Song
I can’t believe we hit our halfway mark this week. Week 4 of zooming into Zhuhai everyday has proved to …
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Reaching the Halfway Point

Published by Eric Huey
With week four in the books, our team is now officially halfway through with our Duke Engage experience, and I …
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