Undergraduate

Global Health Initiative Internship Program

The Global Health Initiative (GHI) Internship Program engages students in frontline global health work with our partners around the world. GHI Interns apply knowledge and skills to real world health challenges while building research and programmatic skills. The GHI Internship Program consists of a spring fieldwork seminar followed by a summer internships. All internships are fully funded and pre-approved for the fieldwork requirement for the Certificate in Global Health.

US: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

“Every day at the CDC we were inspired by the passion of everyone involved in the response and impressed by the impact they are having on this outbreak—protecting those within and beyond our borders.”

Key Information:

Location: CDC Headquarters, Atlanta, Georgia

Term: 20W

Deadline to Apply: Winter 2020: October 11, 2019 at 5:00pm. 

Davis Projects For Peace

Deadline: January 15, 2021

The Davis Projects for Peace Program supports young people to create and test their own ideas for building peace. Dartmouth students are invited to design grassroots projects that they implement in the summer. The program has enabled Dartmouth students, individually and in teams, to undertake projects aimed at the promotion of peace around the world.

World Bank Internship

This is a unique internship at the World Bank headquarters in Washington, DC every Spring Term.  The intern will be based with the Bank’s Social Development unit for West Africa.

Technology & Design for Development

Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the Dickey Center will be supporting REMOTE internships in place of travel-based opportunities in the summer of 2020 . Please contact [email protected] for more information about Summer 2020 opportunities with our partners.

Goldstein Internship in Japan

The Goldstein Internship encourages Dartmouth students with an interest in Japan to further their studies by putting their classroom learning into real-world practice. One student a year will be selected to receive funding for an 8-10 week internship in Japan during the leave-term of their choosing.  Funding is available to cover airfare, lodging, and meals. The student may identify their own internship, or may work with the Dickey Center to find a placement.  Examples of previous placements include:

TOHOKU DISASTER RELIEF & DEVELOPMENT

Event Co-Sponsorship

The Dickey Center welcomes the opportunity to co-sponsor different types of campus events (public lectures, conferences, workshops, symposia, etc.) with academic departments, student groups, faculty, staff and other campus centers and institutes. We ask that requests for co-sponsorship be made six weeks prior to the term in which the event would take place.

Lombard Public Service Fellowship

For nearly 25 years, alumni have put the liberal arts education they received at Dartmouth to good use in a range of Lombard Fellowship projects around the world. The Lombard Fellowship supports graduating seniors and first-year Dartmouth alumni, including the professional schools, in public service projects in the U.S. and globally.

Stefansson Fellowship

Overview

The Institute of Arctic Studies awards the Stefansson Fellowship to students who want to pursue a research project that could be enhanced by travel to a Northern community or location. We also consider projects that involve high mountain glacier research or research with another Arctic research center in the U.S. or elsewhere. The objective of the fellowship is to go beyond the limits of library research and provide younger scholars with field experience.

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