Michael Klein '14
Co-Chair of the Red Cross Club
Majors: Economics & Geography
Hometown: Chappaqua, NY
SEAD is an enrichment program that strives to expose its students to experiences they may have never had before. In doing so, we also seek to show students all of the opportunities available to them at college. Extracurricular activities give students the chance to have fun, bond as a group and try new things.
Because there are students on campus at Dartmouth in the summer, Dartmouth student groups run various activities with the SEAD students.
During the program, SEAD students have had the opportunity to learn how to salsa dance and sing a cappella. They have had the opportunity to make jewelry, play ultimate frisbee and go hiking. Students have attended Circus Smirkus, major and minor league baseball games and have gone to an amusement park. They have also gone bowling, volunteered at on-campus events and participated in a fundraising walk for cancer research.
Generally, students have activity blocks in the afternoons and evenings after classes and study hall.
Last Updated: 9/17/12