Monthly Archives: July 2011

Internships: A Guide from Experience

Now it’s almost the end of the DukeEngage in Durham program. In hindsight, I realized that I did well in some parts of the program but not as well in some other parts. I found there are several factors that … Continue reading

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Beneath the Veil

As our eight weeks come to a close, I cannot find it within myself to simply walk away from Urban Ministries of Durham. This is not because I feel I have yet to make a significant contribution; on the contrary, … Continue reading

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Burn Wise

Here’s the draft of a video that Edison and I have been working on this summer at the Environmental Protection Agency.  It’s designed to teach viewers how to use a moisture meter, so that they can use better burn practices … Continue reading

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Falling for Durham

While sitting in my apartment sick this week, I began to reflect on my experience with DukeEngage this summer.  My day as a human biohazard gave me some much needed free time to consider what this experience has meant to me.  I … Continue reading

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