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Whether you are interested in a future in nonprofits, socially responsible business, philanthropy, social impact research, or another area, the Dartmouth Center for Social Impact can help you gain the knowledge, skills and contacts you need to launch your career.
We provide advising, programming to build your skills, and ways to connect with Dartmouth alumni active across a variety of social impact fields. For current undergraduates, we offer an annual, 2-day conference on careers in the social sector: Breaking the Mold. Graduating students should check out our alumni mentoring and networking opportunities through Bridges to Impact.
Break the mold! Learn from accomplished professionals with diverse experiences in the nonprofit sector. From educational policy and international service to health care and working for the environment, our diverse speakers will share their personal stories and offer insights about how you can create a career for the common good! Attend all the sessions or pick those most aligned with your interests.
Fall 2018 dates coming soon!
The 2017 Fall Conference was attended by the following panelists and guests:
Addtional sessions during the 2017 Conference included:
Working, studying or volunteering in NYC or DC next year?
Join other recent Dartmouth grads in a new program that will provide: Mentoring, Professional Development, Networking!
Bridges to Impact connects graduating students who will be working or studying in any area of social impact (nonprofits, social enterprise, socially responsible businesses, government, social impact research, academic study) with a Dartmouth alumni mentor and with a network of alumni making an impact through their work and volunteering.
As a young alumnus in Bridges to Impact, you will:
The Bridges to Impact will help you expand your professional network, grow your connections and build your career!
Interested? Applications for the 2018-19 Bridges to Impact coming this spring!
For more information, contact Silvia Arora.