Give your time, get so much more


If you want to deepen your connection to Duke, there's no better way than by sharing your time and talent with the university. There are hundreds of volunteer opportunities available to fit your schedule. Volunteer where you live or via a virtual engagement, for one day or over the course of the year. Find the perfect opportunity for you by logging into our new Duke Volunteer Portal today.


Board Service

  • Serve as a champion for DAA and Duke
  • Gather and share best practices among alumni leaders
  • Serve as a resource to connect alumni with DAA programs
  • Recruit and develop volunteer leaders
  • Represent Duke and DAA at events in regions and on campus
  • Collect and share feedback from alumni communities

Know someone who would make a good board member?

Nominate someone for a regional board.

Nominate someone for the DAA Board of Directors.

Remember: Nominations are due Jan. 25, 2020.

Regional Volunteers

Mobilize your local Duke community

Alumni volunteers drive the activity of Duke Alumni regional groups around the world. You can help mobilize alumni in your area by planning programs, hosting and organizing events or even just suggesting ideas for ways to connect alumni in your community.

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Get involved: Contact or get in touch with the volunteer leaders in your regional group

Current volunteers: See our Volunteer Resources page for tips on successful alumni events and programs

Blue Crew Social Media Ambassadors

Spread Duke pride from the comfort of your home

Help us spread great news about Duke through your social networks. As part of the Blue Crew, you'll receive exclusive Duke news first, and – with the click of a button – you can post it on your social networks. Each month there is an opportunity to win great Duke prizes for sharing. It's a great way to stay connected and show your Forever Duke pride. 

Join the Blue Crew

Get involved: Go to to sign-up for the Blue Crew.

Class Volunteers

Reconnect friends, rekindle memoriesDuke Reunions

What makes or breaks a class reunion? The commitment and energy of the class volunteers. Class volunteers help spread the word about their reunion, mobilize classmates, organize affinity groups and promote participation in class giving. With your help, we'll be sure it's a reunion you and your friends will never forget.

Get involved: Contact

Alumni Interviewing

Help build Duke’s next class

Each year, more than 4,500 alumni interview thousands of the nation’s top high-school students as part of DAA’s Alumni Admissions Advisory Committees (AAACs). Alumni interviews play a valuable role in the admissions process — both providing an opportunity for Duke to learn more about the applicant and the applicant to learn more about Duke in a way no brochure can capture.

Position descriptions:
AAAC Chairperson
AAAC Volunteer

Get Involved

Alumni Interviewer

Duke Schools Volunteering

Help your school extend its reach

Just about every school at Duke depends on volunteers to mentor and network with students, provide career advice, connect alumni and serve on leadership boards. Explore the many ways you can be more involved across campus at these sites:

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