Duke Homestead offers a number of ways to be involved on site and stay in touch when you're far away. Below you will find many opportunities to be an active part of Duke Homestead.
Subscribe to the Gold Leaf Newsletter
Duke Homestead's bi-annual site newsletter Gold Leaf not only keeps you updated with the goings-on at the Homestead, you can find a wealth of information about history related to the site. Subscribe online to get a digital copy today and check out our archive. To subscribe and check out previous issues of Gold Leaf visit the Gold Leaf Newsletter page.
Become a Member Today!
Become a member of Duke Homestead's support group, the Duke Homestead Education and History Corporation. Be a part of the community that supports Duke Homestead. Your membership comes with many benefits, for more information visit the Membership page.
Connect to Duke Homestead's vibrant and diverse community by sponsoring one of our Summer Events. Tired levels of sponsorship offer multiple options for getting involved. Find out more on the Sponsorship page.
Duke Homestead offers internships for Education, Facilities Management, Junior Interpreter Program, Library/Collections, and Visitors Services for students interested in gaining practical experience in the history and museum field. Internships are offered for course credit. For more information about interning with Duke Homestead, visit the Internships page
Get hands on with Duke Homestead. We are always looking for volunteers to help with day to day site operations as well as collections research and special events. Duke Homestead loves volunteers of all ages. Our Junior Interpreter program gives youth ages 8 - 18 a change to learn about history through hands on costumed workshops and participation in special events. For more information on Volunteering and the Junior Interpreter program visit the Volunteer page.