Assistant for Multi-Faith Programs
Major: Religion Major and Studio Art Minor
Hometown: New York City, NYRead the full interview
You may apply for a maximum of 3 DPCS Post-Graduate Fellowship Positions.
Step 1: Review the Expectations of a DPCS Post-Graduate Fellow on our website to ensure you are clear on the requirements of participation in the DPCS Post-Graduate Fellowship Program. Please ask if you have any questions! We encourage you to meet in-person with an advisor -- please email DPF@Dartmouth.edu to set up an appointment.
Step 2: Download and complete the DPCS Post-Graduate Fellowship application.
Step 3: Submit your application, resume, and cover letter via DartBoard* by 11:59pm on January 25, 2015. Students should tailor their cover letter(s) to the specific position(s) for which they are applying. Again, you may apply for a maximum of 3 DPCS Post-Graduate Fellowship positions. Search "DPCS" on DartBoard to find our Fellowship positions. You can also check out quick summaries of the positions here.
Timeline after submitting application:
February 4, 2015: The DPCS Post-Grad Fellowship Committee will contact you via blitz (firstname.lastname@example.org) to inform you of your application status by midnight. If you have been selected for a first-round interview, you will receive a Doodle link to sign up for an interview slot.
February 9-11, 2015: First-round interviews will be held on campus.
February 11, 2015: If you successfully pass the first-round interview, you will be notified of the position(s) to which your application is being referred by this date.
February 16 - March 27, 2015: Student applicants interview with Host Organizations. These interviews may be conducted by phone or in person at the discretion of the student and Host Organization. Host Organizations will be encouraged to consider phone/Skype interviews.
March 27, 2015: Student applicants receive notification of offers by this date. (Please note that many organizations make offers well before the March 27 deadline. As DPF receives offers/notifications, we will share them with candidates.)
April 3, 2015: Applicants must accept or decline offers by this date.
Good luck! Again, let us know if we can be of any assistance, and we look forward to working with you.
*For information and tutorials on using DartBoard, as well as other useful tips on resumes, cover letters, and interviewing, please see Dartmouth Center for Professional Development Handouts page.
Last Updated: 10/1/14