Tag: chinese

Confessions of a Not-So-Typical Econ Major

Confessions of a Not-So-Typical Econ Major

According to the Center for Professional Development at Dartmouth, 50% of Dartmouth grads accepted job offers in the fields of consulting or finance last year. And, as an economics modified major, many people assume that I will also pursue a career in one of these […]

So You Want to Be a Business Major…

So You Want to Be a Business Major…

When I came to Dartmouth, I wasn’t exactly sure what I wanted to do after college, but I knew it would probably have something to do with business. From my first entrepreneurial experience with lemonade stands growing up to the small business I had during […]

How I Went Abroad 4 Times in Two Years

How I Went Abroad 4 Times in Two Years

Before coming to Dartmouth, I had very limited international travel experience. I didn’t get my first passport until the summer before my senior year of high school, so I was excited to possibly use my time at Dartmouth to explore more of the world! Over […]

Guest Welcome – David Jiang ’12

A note from tour guide David Jiang ’12:  Hi ‘16s! At Dartmouth you can enjoy the beautiful Hanover campus as well as travel all over the world with our study abroad programs. I came into college knowing that I wanted to learn Chinese, but never […]