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Funded Opportunities

Dartmouth Center for Service
6154 South Fairbanks Hall
Hanover, NH 03755
 
Phone: 603-646-3350
Fax: 603-646-2645
Email: dartmouth.center.for.service@dartmouth.edu

Internships

Students can pursue leave-term experiences with non-profit organizations inside the United States and around the world through the Center for Service. Opportunities include:

Dartmouth Partners in Community Service Domestic Internships

To inspire Dartmouth students to join with Dartmouth alumni/ae and their families in addressing problems facing our society.

Dartmouth Partners in Community Service (DPCS) provides funding up to $5000 for domestic, community service internships with non-profit agencies. This alumni supported program was started by the class of 1959 more than 20 years ago, and now enjoys the sponsorship of 20 alumni classes. Funded interns are matched with Dartmouth alumni, who serve as mentors throughout the internship experience. Internships must be 8 to 10 weeks in length and 40 hours each week. Applications are due each term for the following term. See materials below for more information or email dpcs@dartmouth.edu

Application Deadlines:

Winter 2018: October 11, 2017
Spring 2018: January 24, 2018
Boston and San Francisco: April 2, 2018
Summer 2018: April 25, 2018

International Internships - Summer only

The Dartmouth Center or Service also supports international community service internship experiences with funding up to $5000. At this time, this program is only available in summer.

How to Apply for Funding for Domestic (DPCS) or International Internships

More information and application materials for domestic opportunities:

DPCS Boston Community Health Internship

Launched in 2015 in response to student and alumni interest in the fields of medicine and healthcare delivery, this internship is a 10-week summer opportunity that pairs interns with healthcare leaders in Boston, MA. Students are assigned to non-profit organizations based on their areas of interest, are paired with an alumni mentor who is working in healthcare, and participate in weekly educational programming. Housing is arranged for interns, who live together, and a stipend for food and transportation is provided.

How to Apply to the DPCS Boston Community Health Internship

More information and application materials for domestic opportunities:

DPCS San Francisco Social Impact Internship

Do you want to go on to lead your own nonprofit? Or are you maybe considering a career in the "third sector"? A pilot in 2016, this internship is a 10-week summer opportunity that pairs interns with successful and innovative nonprofits in San Francisco, CA. Students are assigned to non-profit organizations based on their areas of interest, are paired with an alumni mentor who is working in the nonprofit sector, and participate in weekly educational programming. Housing is arranged for interns, who live together, and a stipend for food and transportation is provided.

How to Apply to the San Francisco Social Impact Internship

More information and application materials here:

UVSE Fellowship

The Class of 1982 Upper Valley Social Entrepreneurship Fellowship is awarded annually to one Dartmouth undergraduate and supports the establishment of new, ongoing initiatives that expand economic and social opportunities for under-resourced people in the Upper Valley region on a sustainable basis. Projects emphasize program entrepreneurship, revenue-generation or cost recovery, or community outreach and engagement.

The grant covers one full-time leave term of immersion at the fellowship site and several terms of part-time involvement. Fellows must collaborate with a local non-profit organization or school. As the Social Entrepreneurship Fellowship program develops, DCS looks forward to developing ties with the Tuck School of Business and with the Upper Valley Non-Profit Exchange.

YES (Youth Employment Summer) Internship: New York City- Summer Only

An internship experience is available at the Youth Employment Summer (YES) Program, a summer enrichment program for youth in New York City. YES works with the Children's Aid Society, a non-profit organization that serves inner city youth, to give motivated high school students the opportunity to work in a professional office during the summer. The Dartmouth intern serves as a liaison between the program and the Children's Aid Society. He/she oversees the YES program and coordinates students' pre-employment screenings, training sessions, and employer follow-ups. The intern also organizes activities as part of a Friday enrichment program for YES participants; past programs have included tours of the MTV studios, visits to the Museum of Natural History, and a weekend visit to Dartmouth. A living stipend of up to $5000 will be provided to cover housing, food and transportation.

How to Apply for the YES Internship

Application here:

Last Updated: 11/2/17