Careers & More

For you, life after Duke might include your first professional job, or graduate school, or a year spent teaching or traveling. Whatever your interests are, talk with your advisors about how to prepare in the best way possible.

Duke Career Center

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Duke's Career Center provides services, programs, events, online tools and resources for undergraduates, graduate students and alumni up to four years after graduation from Duke. We have the human, technological and information resources to support your career exploration in a dynamic marketplace. Take advantage of our professional development and career searching processes--through primarily face-to-face interactions.

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Post-Graduate Fellowships & Scholarships

  • Non-faculty Careers in Academia: Social Sciences & Humanities
  • Non-faculty Careers in Academia: Social Sciences & Humanities
  • Non-faculty Careers in Academia: Social Sciences & Humanities
  • Non-faculty Careers in Academia: Social Sciences & Humanities
  • Applying for Post-Graduate Opportunities

The Office of Undergraduate Scholars & Fellows is the resource center for anyone eligible to apply for post-graduate awards: the Rhodes, Marshall, Churchill, and Fulbright among them. OUSF also serves undergraduates who are eligible to apply for awards granted in advance of graduation. Students are advised to begin planning for their applications early, and to work closely with the OUSF advisors.

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Hart Fellows Program

The Hart Fellows Program offers recent Duke graduates ten-month fellowships with organizations in developing countries that are facing complex social and political problems. The field placements of the Hart Fellows are made possible by a generous gift from the Muroff Fellows Fund.  Program goals are to help fellows: Develop leadership capacity through intensive engagement with complex global issues; Be of service to innovative organizations that are on the front lines of change; Develop research and critical reflection skills for exploring how policy design and implementation impact the communities they serve.

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Duke Alumni Career Network

Duke University alumni, who number more than 140,000, work in a great variety of fields and industries around the world. Alumni actively share job and internship announcements through the Duke Alumni Career Network, provide career coaching, and participate in live webinars to help students prepare for their careers.

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