News & Events
(Nov 23, 2016 ) - We're thankful for college applications, football games, pancakes... and YOU!
This time of year, our thoughts naturally turn to all of the things we are grateful for, and that list is certainly not short. The many good things that happen at the Emily K Center are a result of a fantastic community that supports the work here.
(Nov 10, 2016 ) - Job Posting: College Candidacy Advisor
With the support of Emily Krzyzewski Center staff and program resources, the College Candidacy Advisor will manage the college application, financial aid, and overall college preparation process for the Class of 2018 in the Scholars to College program. This is a part-time program commitment. The College Candidacy Advisor must be onsite for programming on Wednesday evenings and occasional Saturdays.
(Sep 30, 2016 ) - Tickets now available for Inside Duke Basketball
The Duke Basketball program and the Emily Krzyzewski Center will team up once again to allow basketball fans an exclusive first-look inside Duke's five-time national championship program with proceeds benefiting the Emily K Center. ‘Inside Duke Basketball’ guests will have insider access to Cameron Indoor Stadium as Coach K leads the 2016-2017 Blue Devils in a preseason practice and shares his thoughts and insights with attendees.
(Aug 30, 2016 ) - Join us September 14 for the Game Plan: College Kick-Off!
Please join us for a special event as we launch a new program, Game Plan: College. Through free workshops and individualized advising sessions, Game Plan: College is a one-stop-shop for information on how to plan, prepare for, and be accepted to four and two year schools and professional certificate programs.
(Jun 23, 2016 ) - The Emily K Center Announces new Game Plan: College Program
When Game Plan: College begins this September, the Center will become a college information hub for students throughout Durham. By offering individualized advising sessions and informational workshops to any student who needs the support, we will equip hundreds more young people with a “game plan” they can use to make educated choices about college.