There are many ways you can remain connected to Duke-NUS after graduating.
The committee members will be responsible for coordinating the one-year reunion among Duke-NUS alumni. Expected commitment includes logistical coordination with Duke-NUS staff and publicizing event among fellow alumni. If you are interested in planning this seminal event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Duke-NUS Alumni Association will be run by a council of volunteer leaders. These leaders will represent the Duke-NUS alumni within the larger Duke-NUS organization, as well as serve as representatives to the Duke Medical Alumni Association and the NUS Office of Alumni Relations. If you would like to serve on the Council, please email email@example.com.
As a graduate of Duke-NUS, you have gained a wealth of knowledge and experience that current students may find invaluable. Mentoring a current student can be one meaningful way to give back to Duke-NUS and remain connected to our community.
Mentoring a current student can be as time-intensive as you’d like. Perhaps you’d only like to answer a few specific questions regarding your specialty by email. Or perhaps you and the current student would like to meet for coffee to discuss the residency application. The level of commitment is up to you. We are here to help match current students and alumni, based on interest and level of commitment. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to learn more about mentoring a current student.
Project KAREn, Camp Simba, Run for Hope. These service projects are just a few of the many student-coordinated efforts to better serve our community. To offer your support for student-led service projects, please email email@example.com.