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Presented on Tuesday, July 12th as part of the Dickey Center summer series

Presented on Tuesday, July 12th as part of the Dickey Center summer series

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  • 1. Junior Explorers<br />Charting a Course for Leave-Term Experiences<br />
  • 2. Leave-term Experiences<br />Gain knowledge of the world’s peoples and problems<br />Develop transferable professional skills<br />Explore your academic pursuits beyond the classroom<br />Engage in practical work in different communities<br />Make connections<br />Influence the world in which we live<br />
  • 3. Junior Year Leave-term(s)<br />Internships & Fellowships<br />Dickey International Internships<br />Rocky Public Policy Internships<br />Tucker DPCS Internships<br />Tucker Fellowships<br />ISTS/Neukom Internships<br />Career Services Internships<br />Paid Internships<br />Research Opportunities<br />Dickey Research Fellowships (health & environment)<br />Faculty-Mentored Research<br />Thesis Research<br />
  • 4. Internships & Fellowships<br />Dickey International Internships<br /><ul><li>International location
  • 5. No specified type of work
  • 6. 8 week minimum
  • 7. $4000 maximum</li></ul>Rocky Public Policy Internships<br />Tucker DPCS Internships<br />Tucker Fellowships<br />ISTS/Neukom Internships<br />Career Services Internships<br />Paid Internships<br />Internships &Fellowships<br />“My internship in Ghana reinforced my interest in global health and complimented my pre-med studies at Dartmouth” Katrina Ortblad ‘10<br />
  • 8. Internships & Fellowships<br />Dickey International Internships<br />Rocky Public Policy Internships<br /><ul><li>U.S. or abroad
  • 9. Must be public policy oriented
  • 10. 8 week minimum
  • 11. $4000 maximum</li></ul>Tucker DPCS Internships<br />Tucker Fellowships<br />ISTS/Neukom Internships<br />Career Services Internships<br />Paid Internships<br />Internships & Fellowships<br />“My internship in Ghana reinforced my interest in global health and complimented my pre-med studies at Dartmouth” Katrina Ortblad ‘10<br />
  • 12. Internships & Fellowships<br />Dickey International Internships<br />Rocky Public Policy Internships<br />Tucker DPCS Internships<br /><ul><li>U.S based, 60% direct-service
  • 13. Must work with non-profit organization serving an under-resourced community
  • 14. 8 week minimum
  • 15. $4000 maximum
  • 16. Paired with an alumni mentor</li></ul>Tucker Fellowships<br />ISTS/Neukom Internships<br />Career Services Internships<br />Paid Internships<br />Internships & Fellowships<br />“My internship in Ghana reinforced my interest in global health and complimented my pre-med studies at Dartmouth” Katrina Ortblad ‘10<br />
  • 17. Internships & Fellowships<br />Dickey International Internships<br />Rocky Public Policy Internships<br />Tucker DPCS Internships<br />Tucker Fellowships<br /><ul><li>International, 60% direct service
  • 18. Must work with non-profit organization serving an under-resourced community
  • 19. 8 week minimum
  • 20. $4000 maximum
  • 21. Encourages spiritual and personal growth</li></ul>ISTS/Neukom Internships<br />Career Services Internships<br />Paid Internships<br />Internships & Fellowships<br />“My internship in Ghana reinforced my interest in global health and complimented my pre-med studies at Dartmouth” Katrina Ortblad ‘10<br />
  • 22. Internships & Fellowships<br />Dickey International Internships<br />Rocky Public Policy Internships<br />Tucker DPCS Internships<br />Tucker Fellowships<br />ISTS/Neukom Internships<br /><ul><li>U.S. or abroad
  • 23. Computational Science or Security
  • 24. 8 week minimum
  • 25. $4000 maximum</li></ul>Career Services Internships<br />Paid Internships<br />Internships & Fellowships<br />“My internship in Ghana reinforced my interest in global health and complimented my pre-med studies at Dartmouth” Katrina Ortblad ‘10<br />
  • 26. Internships & Fellowships<br />Dickey International Internships<br />Rocky Public Policy Internships<br />Tucker DPCS Internships<br />Tucker Fellowships<br />ISTS/Neukom Internships<br />Career Services Internships<br /><ul><li>Typically in the U.S.
  • 27. Educational Media; at-risk children;
  • 28. Advertising, PR
  • 29. 8 week minimum
  • 30. $4000 maximum</li></ul>Paid Internships<br />Internships & Fellowships<br />“My internship in Ghana reinforced my interest in global health and complimented my pre-med studies at Dartmouth” Katrina Ortblad ‘10<br />
  • 31. Internships & Fellowships<br />Dickey International Internships<br />Rocky Public Policy Internships<br />Tucker DPCS Internships<br />Tucker Fellowships<br />ISTS/Neukom Internships<br />Career Services Internships<br />Paid Internships<br /><ul><li>U.S. or abroad
  • 32. Stipends provided with hire
  • 33. Not eligible for Dartmouth funding</li></ul>Internships & Fellowships<br />“My internship in Ghana reinforced my interest in global health and complimented my pre-med studies at Dartmouth” Katrina Ortblad ‘10<br />
  • 34. Research Opportunities<br />“My courses and relationships with professors have not only supplemented and supported what I learned abroad, but have been the inspiration for new adventures” Michaela Yule ‘10<br />Research Opportunities<br />Dickey Research Fellowships<br />Faculty Mentored Research<br />Thesis Research<br />Conference Presentations<br />
  • 35. Research Opportunities<br />“My courses and relationships with professors have not only supplemented and supported what I learned abroad, but have been the inspiration for new adventures” Michaela Yule ‘10<br />Research Opportunities<br />Dickey Research Fellowships<br /><ul><li>Artic regions & international global health research
  • 36. Funding based on project/duration
  • 37. Contact Dickey Center for specific information and deadlines</li></ul>Faculty Mentored Research<br />Thesis Research<br />Conference Presentations<br />
  • 38. Research Opportunities<br />“My courses and relationships with professors have not only supplemented and supported what I learned abroad, but have been the inspiration for new adventures” Michaela Yule ‘10<br />Research Opportunities<br />Dickey Research Fellowships<br />Faculty-Mentored Research<br /><ul><li>On-campus or off
  • 39. With a Dartmouth faculty mentor
  • 40. Funding varies, up to $3500 for leave-term research
  • 41. Contact the Office of Undergraduate Advising & Research for more information</li></ul>Thesis Research<br />Conference Presentations<br />
  • 42. Research Opportunities<br />“My courses and relationships with professors have not only supplemented and supported what I learned abroad, but have been the inspiration for new adventures” Michaela Yule ‘10<br />Research Opportunities<br />Dickey Research Fellowships<br />Faculty-Mentored Research<br />Thesis Research<br /><ul><li>On-campus or off
  • 43. Typically during Junior Summer
  • 44. With a Dartmouth faculty mentor
  • 45. Funding varies, up to $3500 for leave-term research
  • 46. Contact the Office of Undergraduate Advising & Research, the Rockefeller Center, or the Neukom Institute for more information about their programs</li></ul>Conference Presentations<br />
  • 47. Research Opportunities<br />“My courses and relationships with professors have not only supplemented and supported what I learned abroad, but have been the inspiration for new adventures” Michaela Yule ‘10<br />Research Opportunities<br />Dickey Research Fellowships<br />Faculty-Mentored Research<br />Thesis Research<br />Conference Presentations<br /><ul><li>Neukom Travel Grants
  • 48. $1000 maximum toward travel expenses
  • 49. Must be presenting YOUR research at a professional conference
  • 50. Year-round, rolling review of applications</li></li></ul><li>Additional Opportunities<br />Fund for Educational Enrichment<br />Apply through Financial Aid<br />Opportunity in the U.S. or abroad<br />Limited award (typically $1000 max)<br />Open to student receiving Dartmouth scholarships<br />Projects for Peace<br />Apply through the Dickey Center<br />Project in the U.S. or abroad<br />Must take place over the summer<br />$10,000 grant from the Davis Foundation<br />Can be individual OR group project<br />Deadline: late January<br />Notficationof selection by: March<br />“I have come to realize that peace is not simply the silence of the guns. Peace is when social conditions are conducive for people to happily coexist. “ Mahmud Johnson ’13<br />
  • 51. Post-Graduate Fellowships<br />Junior Year Preparations<br />Fulbright & other scholarships for research or English teaching abroad (140+ countries)<br />Rhodes Scholarships<br />Marshall and other UK/Ireland scholarships<br />Dartmouth-funded scholarships<br />Apply through Scholarship Advising<br />Application preparation, review and nominations through Scholarship Advising.<br />Winter term of JUNIOR year is an excellent time to begin your preparations for application<br />“Living and studying in Northern Ireland, it was (and still is) very difficult to express emotions, attitudes, and atmospheres of a large, complex society— these understandings remain in the area between my head and my heart.” --Ibrahim Elshamy ‘10, Mitchell Scholar 2010-11<br />
  • 52. Resources & Trainings<br />RESOURCES<br /><ul><li>Center websites (Dickey, Rocky, Tucker, UGAR) and Facebook pages
  • 53. Career Services (opportunity listings, resume review, other support)
  • 54. Binders (browse student reports, find organization contacts)
  • 55. Personal networking (other students, profs, family contacts)
  • 56. Careers in International Affairs series
  • 57. Student Forum on Global Learning</li></ul>TRAININGS<br /><ul><li>Career Services workshops
  • 58. MLDP Special Sessions & Civic Skills Training (Rocky)
  • 59. RWIT workshops & review of written proposals</li></li></ul><li>Contact Information<br />CAREER SERVICES, Kate Yee<br />DICKEY CENTER, Amy Newcomb<br />ISTS/NEUKOM INSTITUTE, Tom Candon & Victoria Smith<br />ROCKEFELLER CENTER, Danielle Thompson<br />SCHOLARSHIP ADVISING, Kristin O’Rourke<br />TUCKER FOUNDATION, Elizabeth Bartkoski & Lynn White Cloud<br />UNDERGRADUATE ADVISING & RESEARCH, Margaret Funnell<br />

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