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The Community Service Center (CSC) was established in 1990 to promote community service on campus and to coordinate activities between campus service groups and similar organizations in Durham, NC. The collection contains newsletters and other mailings, flyers, clippings, printed email, and other materials documenting the activities of the center. The newsletters include information on events, volunteer opportunities, relevant courses, on and off-campus service organizations and related topics.

The collection contains newsletters and other mailings, flyers, clippings, printed email, and other materials documenting the activities of the center. The newsletters include information on events, volunteer opportunities, relevant courses, on and off-campus service organizations and related topics. Materials in the collection range in date from 1990-2002.

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The Duke-Durham Neighborhood Partnership(DDNP) collaborates with the twelve communities surrounding the Duke Campus on a wide range of neighborhood support and revitalization projects.The Duke-Durham Neighborhood Partnership Records contains planning documents, correspondence, meeting notes and other materials on the programs and initiatives sponsored by the Duke Durham Neighborhood Partnership between 2000 and 2012. It also includes materials pertaining to the administrative management of civic affairs and community outreach efforts at Duke University.

The Duke-Durham Neighborhood Partnership Records contain detailed information on the programs and initiatives sponsored by the Duke Durham Neighborhood Partnership between 2000 and 2012. The collection contains planning documents, correspondence, notes and other materials related to both individual projects, as well as long-term programs such as the John Hope Franklin Youth Scholars program and collaborations with Durham Public Schools and Walltown Neighborhood Ministries. The collection also includes administrative materials employed by Duke-Durham Neighborhood Partnership committees and staff members including meeting minutes, background research, program evaluations and staff correspondence.