Information and Resources for students that support the advancement of Duke students that identify as Black / African American.
The following resources are curated specifically to assist students who identify as Black/African American, and all students who support the advancement of students who identify as Black/African American, explore their interests, find opportunities that best suit their needs and desires, and attain the goals they set for themselves.
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Entering the workforce as a college student from an underrepresented background can be a daunting task. These students often face unique challenges when seeking employment, as they search for organizations that value diversity and inclusivity. In this blog post, we …
Many international students who are in the US for school and are pursuing a job search may be thinking about staying in the country post-graduation, returning home to work, or moving to another country. If you fall into either one …
By Alicia Rhodes (she/her)
Alicia Rhodes (she/her)Assistant Director, Career Services