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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, a SIP is a real-world project with real-world impact.
Other Dartmouth groups addressing Social Impact Practicum/SIP projects
Primary Care Progress (Health Research Consulting Student Group)
Foundations in Social Impact (First-Year Leadership Program through DCSI)
For more information or to suggest a course that you think could benefit from a Social Impact Practicum, please contact Ashley Doolittle.
DCSI also collaborates with Thayer's Senior Design Challenge to match human-centered design projects proposed by Upper Valley nonprofits with this two-term senior-level engineering course.