Partnerships

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Duke TIP believes in partnerships and collaboration on every level of our operations, from the frontline educators we partner with in order to identify students who qualify for our programs, to the research we conduct in collaboration with other gifted and talented centers, all the way up to our national and international professional training initiatives.

We are proud to play a greater role in the field of gifted education by working with others who join us in supporting the development of academically talented students. Some of our most valued partners are detailed in this section, but we also welcome inquiries from foundations, corporations, school systems, and other organizations seeking to broaden TIP’s services and outreach to underserved populations and other important segments of gifted students. If you would like to discuss a potential partnership with Duke TIP, please contact our Director of External Relations and we will put you in touch with the proper person to handle your inquiry.

  • If you are a teacher, counselor, or school administrator seeking to partner with Duke TIP on the identification and testing of gifted students, we welcome your inquiries. Learn more about partnering with TIP or email us with your school information and we will have the relevant program coordinator contact you.
  • If you are a school or other gifted organization seeking to have your program listed in our Opportunity Guide for TIP students, please submit your program information for consideration to duketip@tip.duke.edu.
  • Finally, we are actively seeking professional organizations, government outreach agencies, and nonprofit groups who are interested in serving as a content partner with Duke TIP. As a content partner, you might offer to provide educational enrichment materials, access to experienced professionals, suggestions for student activities, learning materials, online information, museum or other learning discounts, and other resources. To discuss these possibilities, please contact TIP's Director of External Relations.