Student Director of Post-Graduate Fellowships
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Local Service at the William Jewett Tucker Foundation strives to realize the ideal that learning through service to others is at the heart of a liberal arts experience. Through more than 40,000 hours of service annually, over 1,000 Dartmouth students engage as learners and citizens in responsible and challenging service that fosters leadership for social change and civic improvement. A forum for questioning and reflecting, as well as a springboard for action, Local Service at the Tucker Foundation is dynamic and evolving, and includes student-managed, collaborative projects serving the areas of child and youth mentoring, food and shelter, educational enrichment, and community health and fitness.
Below is a generalized weekly schedule for Tucker's Local Service programs. Click on the image to see the calendar in larger detail. For more information about a specific program, click on the relevant link below or email our Volunteer Coordinator, Rachel Abendroth. *Please note that certain programs do not have a regular meeting time. For more information about when and where these programs meet, please contact them directly via email.
Please feel free to contact us or to drop by our offices if you have any questions. We look forward to meeting you!
Last Updated: 3/3/15