• WISER Duke 

President: Isha Shah


President: Eleanor Ross

  • Children’s Ambassadors Program

President: Sean Kehoe

  • Clever Endeavor 

President: Dongwon Lee


FEMMES+ (Females and Allies Excelling More in Math, Engineering, and Science) is a STEM educational outreach organization targeting kids and teens to get them excited about STEM subjects, with the goal of bolstering the confidence of women and underrepresented minorities and their interest in STEM. FEMMES+ engages kids and teens of the Triangle region through fun activities and events that take place both on Duke’s campus and at local elementary schools.

Co-presidents: Shibani Mallik, Brooke Harmon


Instagram: @femmesatduke

Twitter: @FEMMESduke


  • Duke Innoworks

Innoworks is a free, week-long STEM camp for local Durham students who will be in 6th, 7th, 8th, or 9th grade in the fall. We are run by Duke undergraduate students in Pratt and Trinity who organize, teach, and mentor campers. Our goal is to present STEM in a fun and engaging way that goes beyond the classroom and looks at real-world experiences!

President: Kishen Mitra

Facebook page:  DukeInnoworks

  • Bull City Scholars

The Bull City Scholars Program provides the opportunity for undergraduate students at Duke University to partake in a mentor-mentee relationship with students at Neal Middle School through tutoring both within classes and during after-school programs. This relationship provides additional academic and social support for underprivileged students in the surrounding Durham community. Also, this program instills in undergraduate students a greater understanding of educational disparities present within Durham Public Schools through participation in a house course and service learning engagement at Neal Middle School.

President: Nadeska Montalvan

  • Big Brother Big Sisters

BBBS is a national non-profit organization whose goal is to provide mentorship and tutoring through one-on-one relationships between volunteers and students ages 5 and up facing adversity in low resource areas. Our Duke chapter collaborates with BBBS of the Triangle, which encompasses the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area.

  • Duke Jewels Inc. 

The purpose of Jewels, Inc. is to empower young urban girls, called Junior Jewels and TenderSTONES, as future leaders through education, training, and social activism. We are an organization dedicated to changing the negative connotation associated with being an “urban girl” in today’s society. We strive to make a difference in the lives of young girls and assist them in becoming successful with the path they choose upon graduating high school. Jewels, Inc. strongly believes in giving back to the community and has been doing so through mentorship of elementary, middle and high school girls in Washington, DC, and throughout the nation. The organization continues its initiatives to reach out to young girls everywhere. As members of Jewels, Inc., we strive to be mentors who are role models, leaders, and positive agents of change for our mentees.

We achieve these goals by prioritizing providing venues where young urban girls can acquire understanding of the technical and social skills necessary to assume leadership roles through actual practice. Hosting collaborative events between Jewels, Inc. and our TenderStones and Junior Jewels will instill responsibility for producing community-based events centered around entertainment, education and health awareness.

Instagram: @dukejewelsinc

  • Camp Kesem

Camp Kesem is a non-profit organization that provides year-round support for children who have been impacted by a caregiver’s cancer. We also host a week-long sleepaway camp at no cost to our camper families. All of the fundraising, counselor recruitment, and camp planning is done by our members.

Co-presidents: Paxtyn Lawson & Kaylee Rodriguez

Instagram: @kesemduke

Facebook: Kesem at Duke University

  • Audacity Labs

Audacity Labs is a startup incubator and co-working space for teens with the mission of democratizing entrepreneurship. Our curriculum and amenities empower local 9th-12th grade students with the tools and resources to effectively develop a start-up commercial or social enterprise. The program will enable participants to zoom in on a specific issue or customer need, prototype ideas to address that need, develop a new product or service, and eventually lead to a sustained enterprise. In doing so, students will develop key 21st century skills associated with the start-up process, including problem-solving, creativity, confident communications, computational thinking, and collaboration. To support them in this endeavor, members are empowered by workshops, mentors, virtual reality excursions, academic support, and counseling.


  • The Girls’ Club

The mission of TGC is to empower middle school girls attending Durham Public Schools. TGC seeks to accomplish this mission by building a community of mutual trust and respect through weekly meetings between mentees and mentors (Duke undergraduate women) at the Emily K Center, enrichment events in the Durham community, and annual field trips.

President: Sofia Bottinelli


  • Duke China Care

Duke China Care strives to help Chinese adoptees and orphans on a local and national level.

We will be hosting mentorship programs, penpals, and sending out bi-weekly DIY crafts, food recipes, and movie/show recommendations for adoptees and their parents to do at home. These events focus on teaching children about their cultural heritage through activities like arts and crafts, food, and connecting with other Asian American students. Every year we also hold an Annual Banquet to fundraise for the OneSky Foundation to help provide medical treatment for orphans in Beijing.


  • Duke STEM Connect

Duke STEM Connect (DSC) is a community of students passionate about supporting STEM education throughout Durham and mentorship! We partner and collaborate with local Durham schools, working with students to encourage their exploration in science.

Co-presidents: Andrew Liu, David Kong


  • Duke Association of Debate Coaches

The Duke Association of Debate coaches provides Duke students with the opportunity to volunteer with the Triangle Debate League – a Durham-based nonprofit dedicated to providing a completely free and fully accessible debate league for high school students in the Triangle Area of NC.


  • CHANCE Tutoring

CHANCE tutoring offers free academic support to local Durham students. We hold drop-in tutoring hours, which are 7-9pm on Tuesdays, and encourage students to bring their homework, study materials, or simply concepts they may need help with. We also provide ACT/SAT prep.