Learn how Dartmouth students experience leadership-defining epiphanies and build unbreakable bonds during their summers on campus.
The Organic Farm plays a big part in my summer!
My freshman summer, I am working at a nonprofit in San Francisco, learning about the realm of real estate, art, and social change in the Bay Area.
There's an entire database containing projects for every field of study ranging from anthropology to chemistry to film and media to Japanese studies dedicated solely to helping undergraduates find research positions at Dartmouth.
I recently helped my sister plan an assembly in my hometown in Pennsylvania for a community discussion on race. "A Talk in the Park," as it was called, helped bring awareness to the lack of African American history taught in our schools.
It was a rewarding experience, one in which I felt I learned a lot about the learning process, teamwork, and communication in general.
These past months of navigating uncertainty have no doubt been challenging, but I've been thinking about some lessons that I want to share with you.
I figured "supercomputer" was just one of those words that the nerds in movies used to sound smart. One of those fake cool-sounding words like "mainframe" or "cyberspace." Until I found out that Dartmouth had one. And now I do research on one.
Being back home for the past couple of months has allowed for various activities, and one that's helped keep me and my family sane has been cooking.
This summer, I am taking an "off-term" to pursue my first Dartmouth-sponsored internship!
Virtually tour our beautiful campus with videos, 360 views, and optional commentary from student guides.
A hallmark of the D-Plan, Sophomore Summer brings the entire class of rising juniors to campus for customized study and shared adventures. As a second-year student, you’ll be the buzz in Dartmouth’s hive of activity with key leadership roles such as club president, team captain, or editor of “The D,” America’s oldest college newspaper.
The Green is the setting for the Hopkins Center for the Arts' free contagiously danceable concerts. Often preceded by dance lessons to encourage crowd participation, attendance often reaches 4,000 members of the Dartmouth and Upper Valley communities at these summer music events.
You can often find Dartmouth's Beekeeping Association members at the Organic Farm, tending the hives, learning the basics of apiculture, conducting research, and collecting honey to sell at weekly summer farm stands.
The Hanover Chamber of Commerce hosts a weekly farmers market that transforms the Dartmouth Green into a must-attend event filled with fresh, locally-grown produce, meats, herbs, cheeses, flowers, plants, dairy, baked goods, and locally prepared foods. Lemonade and kettle corn is a student-favorite.
The goal to offer support for the '20s through the power of the Dartmouth alumni network.
The topics are "fascinating, creative, and timely," says Dean Madden, vice provost for research.
Selected by their classmates as positive influencers, the graduates embrace their virtual role.