2011 Algernon Sidney Sullivan Award
Recipient, Alic Mao, with committee chairs, Sam Miglarese and Domoniqe Redmond at the Duke University Leadership and Service Awards ceremony.
Dr. Seuss Day 2011
AmeriCorps*VISTA, Neil Hoefs, reading Oh the Places You'll Go to 2nd graders at E. K. Powe Elementary School
2013 Lars Lyon Award
2013 Lars Lyon Award recipient, James Flynn, joined by Community Service Center staff.
Make a Difference Day '09
Golf Frisbee course maintenance at Cornwallis Rd. Park
Alternative Spring Break 2010
The "Natural Disasters: Rebuilding from Ruins" class serving in New Orleans
Dive Into Durham 2013
Lakewood Community Garden. Photo by Megan Morr, Duke Photography
Dr. Seuss Day 2011
America Reads tutor working with 2nd graders at E. K. Powe Elementary School at the "imagination station"
Ellen Litkowski - DukeEngage-Durham 2010
Science curriculum was developed and implemented for youth grades K-7 at Camp Calvary.
Duke Alum Serving in Afghanistan
Former CSC Student Director, Chaplain (CPT) Mel Baars (3rd from the right), after hosting an Easter egg hunt for the troops.
Lars Lyon Volunteer Service Award
2011 Recipient, Nicole Sales, and fellow nominee, Vinayak Nikam joined by CSC staff.
Duke Music Tutors Walltown Piano Lab
Sammie Truong, '15, with one of her students during a recital
2011 Make A Difference Day at Burch Avenue Neighborhood Park
Students and neighbors collaborate on a clean-up project for the 2011 Make A Difference Day at Burch Avenue Neighborhood Park.
Duke Staff Receives Presidential Award
Patricia Nobles, Staff Specialist, received the Duke Presidential Award - Meritorious for Clerical/Office Support on 4-21-11
Alternative Spring Break 2009
Duke Students volunteering at New Orleans.
2011 Lars Lyon Service Award
Recipient, Nicole Sales, and nominee, Vinayak Nikam, along with Elaine Madison and Domonique Redmond at the Duke University Leadership and Service Awards ceremony.
The Duke Community Service Center (CSC) offers numerous avenues for Duke students and employees to find ways to get involved in our host city of Durham, NC. Feel free to browse the many volunteer listings submitted by our partner non-profit agencies; search the alphabetical agency list; read our latest newsletter; gain more information about our signature programs; register to receive updated service announcements on one or all of our email list serves; and much more.
Typhoon Haiyan, considered one of the strongest tropical storms ever, made landfall in the Philippines early November 8 and caused catastrophic damage.
Following are Ways to Get Involved:
The American Red Cross has a direct link set up for relief
Posted by: Domonique Redmond on November 12, 2013
Posted by: Domonique Redmond on November 4, 2013
Are you a Duke student interested in making a difference for kids? Whether you’re a future teacher or a future doctor, a sculptor or a historian, the 2014 Winter Forum, Rethink Education: The Innovation Challenge welcomes your fresh ideas on how to best educate the next generation. Rethink Education will take place January 5-7, 2014 at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business.
Posted by: Domonique Redmond on September 6, 2013
Posted by: Jeri Beckens on July 1, 2013
Qualifications - Some jobs have requirements although most are open to anyone. Stage MC's will be screened and Beer Garden Attendants must be 18 years or older.
Posted by: Jeri Beckens on June 26, 2013
Congratulations to the 2013 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards recipients.
Staff Recipient - Geoffrey Mock
Student Recipient - Kathleen Perry, '13
To learn more, reach the Duke Today article
Posted by: Domonique Redmond on May 10, 2013
Posted by: Domonique Redmond on April 18, 2013
By Maggie Coates
Spring of his sophomore year at Duke University, Gagan Vaseer decided to volunteer with the America Reads America Counts (ARAC) program, which works to improve primary-level math and reading skills of children in the Durham school system.
Posted by: Domonique Redmond on April 16, 2013
Posted by: Domonique Redmond on March 5, 2013
Posted by: Domonique Redmond on February 25, 2013