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Hi everyone!

I am currently in the middle of my preparation process to Fuqua's R1. Few words about myself. I am a former professional athlete, volleyball player. Played on top level in one of the best championships in the world. Also played for junior national team, have bunch of personal and team awards and so on and so forth. I am aware that Duke has a great volleyball team Blue Devils. And I am very excited to share my experience of 17 years in professional volleyball with it or somehow take part in the preparation process or help in any other way.

What I don't know is if it is possible to contribute to undergrad team during my MBA studies or not? Or contribution to community relates only to graduate students and team-mates?

It would be great to get some insights from you about this issue.

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New post 28 Sep 2017, 21:51
asker4ik13 wrote:
Hi everyone!

I am currently in the middle of my preparation process to Fuqua's R1. Few words about myself. I am a former professional athlete, volleyball player. Played on top level in one of the best championships in the world. Also played for junior national team, have bunch of personal and team awards and so on and so forth. I am aware that Duke has a great volleyball team Blue Devils. And I am very excited to share my experience of 17 years in professional volleyball with it or somehow take part in the preparation process or help in any other way.

What I don't know is if it is possible to contribute to undergrad team during my MBA studies or not? Or contribution to community relates only to graduate students and team-mates?

It would be great to get some insights from you about this issue.


It would be best to reach out to a current student and esquire about the team.
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