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1. Duke students have the edge on Handshake.

Handshake is unique because all the opportunities students see posted are specifically for Duke students, from employers actively recruiting at Duke! In fact, it’s the only place that directly connects Duke students, and employers together. On other sites, it may feel like an application is lost in the crowd. But on Handshake, you can be confident knowing the employers are looking for students like yours.

2. Recruiters want to talk to Duke students.

The employers on Handshake are messaging students like yours every day with event invites, interview requests, and new job opportunities. Last year, recruiters sent more than 16 million messages, giving students on Handshake a personal connection to the top companies hiring at their school.

3. Find jobs that are right for an individual.

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Blog Author:
Shruti Desai, Ed.D.
students sitting on a bench laughing and having conversation

Over the last two years as a community Duke had had to redefine community. How do we rebuild a pivotal experience virtually? How do we have difficult dialogues when we are not sitting across a table from one another?

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To podcast of the transcript below can be found here.

 

Hi parents and families. My name is Jordyn Williams and I have had the privilege to serve as the graduate intern for our New Student and Family Programs Office this year. For this month's podcast, I'm here with Tori Pinedo, who's going to be talking to us about an awesome retreat called SPARC that's run through the Center for Multicultural Affairs (CMA) on campus. So, I am going to go ahead and hand it over to Tori to introduce herself.

Blog Author:
Clara Bonzi Teixeira
Guatemala infographics, see the text below for details

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Guatemala is a Central American country with a Spanish colonial legacy.

Symbols on the Flag [image of Guatemalan flag]

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Blog Author:
Clara Bonzi Teixeira
Abruba infographics, see the text below for details

 

 

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Aruba

Aruba is an island nation in the Caribbean Sea that is a constituent country of the Netherlands.

Symbols on the Flag

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Blog Author:
Clara Bonzi Teixeira
Duygu Dogrucan

Last month I had the opportunity to talk to Duygu Dogrucan, who is a Turkish professor at Duke - and also an active participant in the International House’s English and Spanish Conversation Clubs.

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Blog Author:
Lucy Ren & Jordyn Williams

 

The following is a transcript of a podcast. The audio recording can be found here.

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