Two Kenan Institute for Ethics’ community programs focused on interacting and empowering the local refugee community will host an open house on Sunday, Sept. 17.
The MASTERY and SuWA programs, which partner with locally-resettled refugees, will hold an annual gathering to provide an opportunity for Duke students interested in serving as tutors to get acquainted with the families with whom they’ll be working. Students interested in participating are welcome to attend the open house to learn more and sign up to volunteer for the upcoming semester.
Both programs are student-organized and offer a way to better understand global issues on a local level. See images from a recent MASTERY program in this story.
The event will include refreshments for all and activities for the children.
Sunday, Sept. 17
3 to 5 p.m.
West Duke Building