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A Social Impact Practicum (SIP) is a project-based experiential learning opportunity connecting undergraduate courses at Dartmouth with community needs identified by nonprofit organizations throughout the Upper Valley.
In other words, an SIP is a real-world project with real-world impact.
The SIP Course Card shows the course offerings this academic year.
For more information or to suggest a course that you think could benefit from a Social Impact Practicum, please contact Ashley Doolittle.
Since the Social Impact Practicum Initiative started in the Winter of 2017, SIPs have been integrated into an average of 30 courses per year across over 20 disciplines.
The list below highlights some of the academic areas that are currently represented within this initiative: