Sep
21
2015
All Day Event, Sanford School of Public Policy

The Hart Leadership Program and The Sanford School hosted a book party to celebrate the publication of James A. Joseph’s new memoir, Saved for a Purpose: A Journey from Private Virtues to Public Values. Friends and colleagues gathered to hear Ambassador Joseph discuss how his personal moral principles shaped his public-service career. Ambassador Joseph is…

Oct
15
2015
12-3PM, Bryan Center

Please stop by our table at the non-profit career fair to learn more about the Hart Fellows Program. Several nonprofit and government organizations will also be on hand to offer information about internships, fellowships, and full-time employment.

Oct
24
2015
1PM

Ivan Parra has a great reputation as a gifted political organizer and trainer for a reason. As lead organizer for Durham CAN (Congregations, Associations and Neighborhoods), he is one of the best young organizers in the country. Ivan will provide a special, three-hour training session on The Art of Grassroots Participation and Democracy on Saturday,…

Oct
28
2015
5PM

Interested in politics and leadership? PEPP—the Political Engagement Pilot Project—is a new leadership initiative being launched this spring. Created by the Hart Leadership Program (HLP), in partnership with POLIS: The Center on Politics, Leadership, Innovation and Service, PEPP will include three steps: Spring gateway course on politics, policy and leadership: PUBPOL 270: "Political Participation and…

Nov
02
2015
5-6PM, Sanford School of Public Policy

Location: Rhodes Conference Room The first of two info sessions for students interested in applying to the Hart Fellows Program will be held in Room 223 Sanford Building from 5-6 p.m. on November 2nd. The Hart Fellows Program offers recent graduates of Duke University the opportunity to work with international organizations that are facing complex…

Nov
18
2015
All Day Event

The Hart Leadership Program will offer six courses this Spring including The Future of the Republican Party, Political Participation and Leadership, Policy Choice as Value Conflict and many others. Registration begins November 4th and ends November 18th. See our full course descriptions here.

Dec
03
2015
4:45-6PM, Rubenstein Library 249

Can you imagining running an organization that registered a record-shattering 2.2 million people to vote? While at the helm of Rock the Vote, Duke alumna Heather Smith (T '98) did that -- and more. Join Connect2Politics to hear how she lead the effort to register millions of voters. Heather served as the President of Rock…