For most of Durham’s students, graduating from high school means heading to college or entering the workforce. More than 7,000 of Durham students head to a public university or community college each year.
Student U and the Emily K Center continue to support students as they head off to college. That type of support can be critical, particularly for students who are first in their family to head to college. Achievement Academy of Durham helps students continue to meet their academic and career goals. The Durham Literacy Center, in part, works with adult students to help them achieve their goals.
There are more than two dozen ways you can impact students who are heading to college or starting a career in Durham. Check out these options below.
COLLEGE/CAREER VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: