Blog Author:
Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center

As you are researching potential companies to apply for jobs or internships, I’m sure you’re taking a lot of things into consideration. You want to determine whether or not these companies will provide the experience you are looking for, the geographic location, the mission and values of the company, the skills you will have an opportunity to use, refine, and learn, and the relationships you will be able to build.

Something else that you may want to think about is, whether diversity is important to you?

Blog Author:
Ross Wade, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center and Courtney Liu, ‘13

Courtney Liu, ‘13 Discusses her Life in NYC as a Professional Dancer and Arts Entrepreneur

What is an arts entrepreneur? How do you become one? Courtney Liu, Duke ’13, shares insights and strategies she’s learned as a professional dancer and arts entrepreneur in New York City. It takes more than just passion. It takes flexibility (literally and figuratively!), a varied skillset, and most importantly, the ability to hustle. Check out Courtney’s story below.

Hometown:  Cincinnati, OH
Graduation date:  May 2013
Major(s), Minor(s), Certificate(s):  Psychology Major (Developmental Psychology concentration), Markets and Management Certificate

Blog Author:
David Jarmul

Whitney Arey studied abroad three times as a Duke student before graduating in 2012. Now she's abroad again, this time as a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa.

She's not alone. The Peace Corps announced Tuesday that Duke is back on its list of "top volunteer-producing colleges and universities." Duke currently has 18 alumni serving as volunteers worldwide, placing it No. 16 on the federal agency's list for "medium schools." It last appeared on the list in 2011, at No. 25. Since the Peace Corps was established in 1961, 706 Duke graduates have served among more than 215,000 Americans as volunteers in 139 countries worldwide.

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Blog Author:
Ross Wade

Telling Your Story:
Three tips for developing and sharing your professional story via social media

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