Take full advantage of the D-Plan (participating in FSP's and LSA's or exchange programs) and careful d-planning because of senior year residency requirement
Continued exploration/confirmation that the major choice is the correct one for you
Beginning to prepare for senior year fellowships and scholarships for graduate study
Time to begin to become acquainted with faculty particularly those in your major
Out-of-classroom contact with professors
Begin thinking about an honors thesis
Advanced preparation for senior year given that you might be away much of junior year
Be aware of deadlines!
Make revisions to your major card, if necessary
Confirm completion of PE requirement
Confirm completion of language requirement
Career/After Dartmouth Opportunities
Internships (both through Dartmouth opportunities and off campus) either related to your intended career field or as exploration of personal interests
Plan for graduate school placement exams (i.e., GRE, LSAT, MCAT)
Open credentials file in Career Services
Just for Juniors Program - A multi-session event designed to give juniors a head start to their senior year career development and planning. At Just for Juniors in the beginning of spring term, students will have an opportunity to learn about the Center for Professional Development's offerings and resources as well as attend topical panels, featuring alumni(ae) and other knowledgeable professionals from a wide range of career fields. Panels typically focus on opportunities in Education, Not-for-Profit, Communications, International work, the Sciences, Environment, Public Service/Policy, the Arts and Sports. Students should monitor the Center for Professional Development's Blitz Bulletins for dates and times of these events.
Good time to do self-assessment of interests, values, goals, etc.
Getting more involved in extracurricular activities and taking on leadership roles
Continue to expand social circles
We encourage you to check out the following Dartmouth web sites for other helpful information: