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“How to Apply” sessions are general overviews of DukeEngage and the application process. Program-specific sessions give you the chance to hear from leaders and former participants of the programs that most interest you. We encourage you to make time for both.

“How to Apply” General Info Sessions

We offer How to Apply sessions each fall to provide a broad overview of DukeEngage and the application process. These sessions will cover the differences between group programs and independent projects, answer FAQs about the application process, and include opportunities to chat with previous student participants. We hope to see you there! Remember, these general sessions are a prelude to the program-specific info sessions in October, where you’ll be able to meet program leaders and ask them specific questions.

September 2018

Wednesday 9/12- 4:30pm, Physics 128 (Add to calendar)

Tuesday 9/25 – 4:30pm, East Duke 209 (Add to calendar)

October 2018

Thursday 10/4 – 4:30pm, East Duke 209 (Add to calendar)

Friday 10/12 – 4:30pm, Soc Sci 139 (Add to calendar)

DukeEngage Month: Program-Specific Info Sessions

Learn more about specific group programs and independent projects during the month of October. Thirty-minute information sessions about each program provide an opportunity to meet program leaders, ask questions, and hear from students who participated in previous years. In Independent Project sessions, past participants will talk about how their projects were developed, and share their work.

October 10-23, 2018

Specific dates and times TBA

U.S. Programs Open House

January 14-18 TBA

Take advantage of one of your final chances to learn more about these programs, and get your questions answered by program leaders and former students before the January 23 application deadline. All U.S. programs will be represented.

Ask a guiDE!

Have more questions? Want to ask a student who has participated in the program? Talk to one of the members of our DukeEngage guiDE group.

Click here for a complete list of guiDEs