Brett Losen '14
Foundation Office Assistant
Majors: Classics, minor in Biology
Hometown: Calmar, IA
In addition to the Tucker Foundation, a number of other organizations with similar missions exist at Dartmouth. While many of these groups have ties to Tucker, they are described in more detail on their own websites. Within our website, you will find religious and spiritual groups listed in the Religious Life section, and a number of community service groups described in the Dartmouth Community Services section.
Dartmouth Partners in Community Service connects student interns with a variety of non-profit organizations and alumni mentors.
The Office of Pluralism and Leadership aims to universalize diversity and leadership development at Dartmouth College by making student life experiences in these areas meaningful and relevant to the education of every generation of Dartmouth students.
Dartmouth's Office of Career Services offers support for students seeking employment after graduation. Information on potential jobs/careers in the non-profit sector may be found at the following links. Their staff are always ready to advise students on service-oriented careers and to assist organizations looking to recruit at Dartmouth.
The Allwin Initiative at the Tuck School of Business works to ensure that the changing issues at the intersection of business and society are a key component of MBA education and a part of Tuck's broader scholarly activities.
Dartmouth Humanitarian Engineering (DHE) is a group of students committed to bringing sustainable, affordable, socially conscious technology-based solutions to communities in need.
DHE partners with local NGOs and other sponsors to design appropriate technologies using locally available resources. DHE emphasizes community involvement and collaboration on every level to ensure local investment in the project.
Last Updated: 1/4/12