Summer 2020 was the summer of flexibility and innovation. See what opportunities were available to Duke students below.
Continue to make progress on your courses through the expanded set of courses on offer this summer.
Co-Curricular and Experiential Opportunities
Explore Duke’s list of co-curricular and experiential learning opportunities. This list includes internal programming and some external opportunities organized by Duke faculty or staff. Use the filters in this sheet to identify opportunities that fit you. Please check back regularly—we will add new opportunities to the list as they become available.
Remote Internships and External Opportunities
Visit the Duke CareerConnections portal for jobs, internships, mentoring and summer skill building projects offered by Duke alumni, parents, and other employers specifically for Duke students. Please note that while this site is now open to all Duke students (regardless of your primary career center), we also recommend that you contact your career center for additional assistance.
Professional Development Workshop Series
Keep Being, Keep Connecting is a professional development workshop series beginning June 17 and running through the end of July. The series includes nearly 50 workshop opportunities, focusing on self-care, career readiness, and community engagement. Sessions range from skill-building classes on nonprofit management and networking to the importance of connectedness and purpose. Workshops will be taught by a variety of faculty and staff instructors from across Duke.
Explore the workshops currently available and register through CareerConnections. You will be prompted to log in with your Duke NetID. Once you are logged in, you can then search for events by series name: “Keep Exploring—Keep Being, Keep Connecting.”
Explore this list of online modules and resources offered through Duke to help you develop new skills and explore new topics.