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In this blog post, I will delve into the myriad of career opportunities Dartmouth College extends to its students. I'll explore the paths graduates commonly pursue, including finance/consulting, medicine, law, technology, academia, and beyond. I will highlight the resources Dartmouth provides to support these career trajectories.

My forthcoming discussions will focus primarily on finance/consulting and academic opportunities, reflecting areas where I possess the most insight!

Dartmouth's campus is alive with finance and consulting clubs that guide students through stock pitches and consulting projects. Among these, the Dartmouth Investment and Philanthropy Program (DIPP) and the Dartmouth Consulting Group (DCG) stand out for their competitive edge. These organizations host quarter-long training sessions each fall, open to the entire student body, selecting members based on project excellence. 

For those with specific interests, niche clubs like the Dartmouth Tech Consulting Student Group (DTCG), Social Impact and Non-profit Consulting Club (SINC), and Consult Your Community offer targeted experiences. Similarly, diversity-focused finance clubs such as Smart Woman Securities (SWS) and Women in Business (WIB) create inclusive spaces, particularly supporting women in a traditionally male-dominated field. My involvement with DIPP, SWS, and WIB has shown me the unique, supportive environment these smaller clubs foster, promoting close-knit relationships with peers and mentors alike.

Beyond club participation, Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business enriches undergraduate education with courses and programs aimed at honing finance skills. Tuck presents three undergraduate courses annually—Business Management and Strategy, Financial Accounting, and Principles of Marketing—and hosts the TuckLAB entrepreneurship program and Tuck Business Bridge program, designed to bridge the gap between academic theory and practical application.

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