Post-Graduate Opportunities

The Olga Gruss Lewin Fellowship

The Olga Gruss Lewin Post-Graduate Fellowship supports graduates who have proven leadership in the Dartmouth community and who are pursuing significant acts of citizenship and service to others after graduation.

Lewin Fellowship projects, which may be hosted in the U.S. or abroad, must be full-time, 9-12 month projects with a non-profit organization.  Up to $30,000 in funding is available to cover costs, including the Fellow's living expenses.

Fellows are selected based on the merit of their proposals and consideration of their acts of citizenship and service while undergraduates.

The Fellowship was established in 2000 with an endowment from Andrew '81 and Marina Lewin, in honor of Andrew's mother for whom the fellowship is named.

Application Deadline: February 14th, 2024

Bridges to Impact

After graduation will you be working, studying, OR volunteering for a social impact cause in Boston, Washington, D.C., or New York? Register for Bridges to Impact.

Bridges to Impact is an Alumni-led professional development community for new graduates working, volunteering, or studying in social-impact related fields!

For example, you could be: working for a nonprofit, teaching in a school, studying public interest law, medicine, or public health, working for any level of government, doing impact investing or nonprofit consulting, and so much more. 

As a participant in Bridges to Impact, you will:

  • Be matched with an individual Dartmouth alumni mentor in your metro area who will provide guidance and an opportunity to reflect on your career path.
  • Attend networking events, and workshops run by Dartmouth alumni engaged in social impact work.
  • Meet and engage with other new professionals working in the social sector.
  • Connect with numerous Dartmouth alumni, gain wisdom from their experiences, and grow your professional and social networks.

Past events have included conversations with: Becca Heller '05, MacArthur Genius Fellow, about her incredible refugee work, civil rights lawyer Maya Wiley '86 about current policing methods, and Professor Brendan Nyhan on countering misinformation on politics and public health.

Reach out to Henry Rosario with any questions.

Lombard Fellowship

The Lombard Fellowship supports graduating seniors and recent graduates of Dartmouth, including the professional schools, in public service projects in the U.S. and globally. The Fellowship is hosted by the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding in coordination with the Dartmouth Center for Social Impact. 

Read more about this opportunity by visiting The Dickey Center.