Student Director of Post-Graduate Fellowships
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Reaching out to Partner Teachers: LIM staff works at the beginning of the academic year to compile a list of interested teachers, including the courses they teach and the types of presenters they would be interested in hosting.
For more information on becoming a LIM partner teacher click here.
Recruiting Dartmouth Student Presenters: LIM staff then recruits interested undergraduate presenters who have either spent time abroad or are themselves international students. Interested students must submit an application to become a presenter and take part in a short interview with LIM staff.
For more information on becoming a LIM presenter click here.
Pairing and Training Presenters: Selected LIM student presenters are required to attend a series of three trainings and are paired with partner teachers (1:1 or 2:1) and expected to work with them in planning their presentation. [Note: Returning presenters must only attend the last training.]
Presenting: LIM presenters must work with their partner teacher to complete at lease one presentation a term.
Last Updated: 9/5/12