Bridging faith and learning does not stop with graduation—the PathWays Fellowship not only gives recent alumni the tools they need to discern their vocational and spiritual direction, but it also gives them opportunities for exploration, leadership, mentorship, service, and formation deeply rooted in the local community and their Christian traditions.
- reside twelve months in Christian community with peers at the PathWays House
- develop places of deep connection with the Durham community, with special commitment to the West End neighborhood
- explore career vocation by working in non-profits, churches, businesses, and other local organizations
- enrich spiritual formation throughout the year through the practices of prayer, joining in retreats, and one-on-one mentoring
- receive room and board as well as a stipend to cover living expenses
To learn more, contact the Chapel's community minister.
Sarah Beaverson '18
Community Partner: Duke Community and Family Medicine
Sarah is originally from Villanova, PA. She graduated from Duke with a double major in global health and biology and a minor in chemistry. During her time at Duke, she was involved in the Presbyterian Campus Ministry where she served as service chair and moderator, the Duke Global Health Institute where she did research on maternal reproductive health in Haiti, and Duke’s Model UN team. Given her interest in family medicine, she decided to work with Duke Community and Family Medicine to learn more about community health outreach and programming efforts in Durham. She is excited to further her involvement in the Durham community and reflect on how to bridge her passions for service, faith, and medicine in her future vocation.
Maria Luisa Frasson-Nori '18
Community Partner: StoryDriven
Jonathan Osei '18
Community Partner: StepUp Durham
Jonathan was born in Sacramento, CA, and raised in Casa Grande, AZ. He graduated with a bachelor of arts in public policy, an economics minor, and a certificate in markets and management. As an undergraduate, he was a Chapel Scholar, holding leadership positions in community organizations, affinity groups, and Duke athletics. This year, he is ecstatic to be working with StepUp Durham, an organization geared toward improving Durham residents access to employment and personal development training. Jonathan looks forward to furthering his involvement in the Durham community, deepening his faith, and discerning God's calling for him.
Sara Yuen '18
Community Partner: Senior PharmAssist