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Alternative Spring Break in the Dominican Republic. (photo courtesy Lynn White Cloud)
The Tucker Foundation and other areas of Dartmouth help to arrange many service opportunities for students, including annual Alternative Spring Break trips to the Dominican Republic, rural Kentucky, and migrant farms in Florida. For the past ten years Tucker has also run a ten-day service program in December to Siuna, Nicaragua.
Many students choose to engage with the world through internships in such places as U.S. embassies, world health organizations, global corporations, and a variety of non-governmental organizations. These experiences allow students to challenge their classroom learning in real-world contexts.
Global Leadership Program in El Rosario, Honduras (DGLP). (photo courtesy DGLP)
Good health is not simply a product of good health care, but reflects the well-being of societies as a whole – their economic, social, environmental, and political well-being. Dartmouth strives to bring a holistic perspective to global health by enlisting all of its professional schools and the different disciplines within the College in its Global Health programs.
View the video below to learn more about international opportunities at Dartmouth.
Human and environmental interactions are most pronounced at the earth’s high latitudes. Polar Science at Dartmouth brings together scientists, social scientists, humanists, and policymakers in the study of and response to climate change at the poles and the human adaptations required by those who live there.
The assessment team in Tanzania laid the groundwork for a community-based Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering project (DHE). (photo courtesy the Dickey Center for International Understanding)
Thayer School of Engineering's student-run Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering (DHE) was founded to respond to the growing need for service and engineering to help reduce global poverty.
Established in 1997, the Center for International Business at the Tuck School of Business offers language programs, research opportunities, learning expeditions around the world, and events focused on international themes such as global health care, mergers and acquisitions, or capital markets.
Dartmouth institutional partnerships span the globe, increasing reach, and fostering collaborations with a truly global impact.
Last Updated: 1/23/13