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Experience Dartmouth (ED) Ambassador Program

The ED Ambassador program is an electronic database of faculty, staff, and community members who have volunteered their contact information to potential applicants looking to move to Dartmouth College and the Upper Valley region. ED Ambassadors can play a crucial role in the recruitment and retention of diverse candidates as they are able to provide insight into the various cultural and/or religious backgrounds they identify with. Their unique experiences may help applicants make informed decisions about moving to the area.

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ED Ambassadors are a diverse group of representatives from the Dartmouth and Upper Valley communities who identify as a member of one of more of the following groups:

  • Black Caucus
  • Native American Council
  • Latinx Hispanic Council
  • Asian & Pacific Islander Caucus
  • EmpowHER (faculty & staff women of color)
  • Veterans
  • International Employees Network
  • LGBT Network
  • Various religious traditions


For Hiring Managers

Please contact Employee.Resource.Networks@Dartmouth.edu if you would like to connect any potential candidates with an ED Ambassador, or if you have any questions.

 

Interested in becoming an ED Ambassador?

If you are interested in becoming an ED Ambassador, we invite you to complete the online registration form here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QTDZJLG

Eligibility:

  • Regular, benefits-eligible faculty and staff in good standing
  • Or, community members (provided they are referred by a Dartmouth faculty or staff)

Requirements:

  • Provide telephone number and/or email address
  • Communicate in a timely manner by phone or email with potential candidate or candidate's family member
  • Offer realistic feedback about living and working in the Dartmouth and Upper Valley community

Last Updated: 7/15/16