Learn more about the experiences offered by the Dartmouth Center for Service (DCS).
DCS offers Dartmouth students a variety of opportunities to engage with the communities of the Upper Valley. Students are encouraged to learn from and with their neighbors through service.
Students can build on their experiences in the Upper Valley through immersion trips, which offer intensive, multi-day service at domestic and international sites. Read about our current immersion trip sites and the work being done there.
We offer guidance and support to the Dartmouth community to bridge the gap between academics and service. Faculty may incorporate service learning and community-based research into their courses to deepen student engagement, make a difference in the community, and further Dartmouth's mission of preparing students for a lifetime of learning and responsible leadership.
In partnership with the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning, we offer resources—including funding and administrative support—to faculty members interested in taking this approach.
For more information, please contact Theresa Ellis.
We support students who are interested in launching social ventures. Though we will be growing this work in the coming year, we currently provide the following support:
The world's problems only grow more complex by the day. We will need smart, empathetic social entrepreneurs who can help us tackle these issues. Upon graduation, Dartmouth students are uniquely posed to help.
We look forward to meeting you! For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Updated: 9/14/15