'82 Upper Valley Community Impact Consulting Fellowship 2020-21

Overview:

The '82 Upper Valley Community Impact Consulting Fellowship brings together groups of students consultant fellows to work part-time for one term on a real-world community issue in partnership with an Upper Valley nonprofit. Students will grow as leaders, develop professional and social impact skills, and learn about the local community. The fellowship is open to members of all undergraduate classes and program activity will occur primarily remotely.

What you get:

  • To learn about the Upper Valley, social impact, and nonprofits through a real-world consulting project that meets a community agency need.
  • A $600 stipend for completing the one-term consulting project requirements (awarded in installments based on completion of program requirements)
  • To develop skills such as project management, communications, presentation, research, and working across difference.
  • A cohort of peer consultants to learn from and grow with.
  • Mentoring from a DCSI staff member and engagement with local social impact leaders.

The details:

  • This is one-term, part-time commitment. Fellows can expect to work with assigned consulting group for 4-5 hours weekly for the duration of the fellowship term. Some synchronous meetings will be required.
  • Must an undergraduate, ideally taking classes the term of the fellowship. Fellows may be in Hanover or taking classes remotely.
  • Commit to a one term project (either winter or spring term)
  • Participate in an orientation and complete a final reflection project.
  • Contribute to the consulting project professionally and to the best of your ability.
  • Must be a currently in good standing with the college.

Application process:

  • Complete the application here (you must use your Dartmouth email to login and submit your application).
  • Applications due October 25th, 2020 for Winter term fellows

Questions:

Contact Tracy Dustin Eichler at Tracy.L.Dustin-Eichler@Dartmouth.edu