Each year the Global Health Initiative selects a junior or senior year student to work with GHI staff on various projects and initiatives. Interested students should contact
for more information. Selection for the following year is made during spring term.
2013-14 GHI Intern: Bridget Golob '14
Fall Term Office Hours: Wednesdays from 9-11AM and Fridays from 1-3PM or by appointment.
Interested in global health? Want to learn more about waysto get involved at Dartmouth and abroad? Contact Bridget Golob to learn more about internships, research opportunities, and campus activism related to global health. We’re here to answer your questions about classes, student groups, the Global Health Certificate, funding, and any other global health related queries.
If you are a current student, feel free to contact Bridget Golob directly on Blitzmail. If you are a prospective student, you are welcome to send an email to
for further information.
Bridget Golob graduated from Harvard-Westlake School in North Hollywood, CA, where she was a member of the Cum Laude Society and National French & Spanish Honor Societies. At Dartmouth, Bridget is pursuing a double major in Geography and Romance Languages and a minor in Government. Bridget served as a Global Health Initiative Fellow in Lima, Peru during her junior winter researching and developing emergency preparedness and response capabilities with as part of a joint project between the Hospital Nacional Cayetano Heredia and the Dartmouth Center for Healthcare Delivery Science. She was awarded a Global Health Certificate during her junior spring and spent her junior summer working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency on policy, public outreach and mitigation efforts. At Dartmouth, Bridget also serves as a Diversity Peer Advisor, President of the women’s group Link Up and a Rockefeller Center Program Assistant. Upon graduation, Bridget hopes to use her background in international health, policy and disaster management to pursue a career in international development and development policy. She enjoys hiking, traveling and being your ambassador to global health at Dartmouth!
Read an article written by Kelsey Wheeler '14 about Bridget's work in Peru.