Student Leadership

The Dartmouth Center for Social Impact helps undergraduates develop the skills and knowledge necessary to become meaningful social impact leaders. There are a variety of ways to be involved.

Foundations in Social Impact

Foundations in Social Impact is an ethical leadership program exclusively designed for first-year Dartmouth students.

Make your mark during your first year at Dartmouth:

  • Learn to lead. Become a force for ethical change.
  • Work with Human Centered Design at Thayer, Tiltfactor, The Tuck School of Business, The Hood, The Hop, Rauner Library, and more collaborators across campus. 
  • Engage in a Community Consulting Challenge with local nonprofit partners. 

Meetings will be held Thursday evenings in Winter and Spring.
Dinner will be provided. 

Program highlights include:

-Half day Introductory Adventure and Welcome Saturday November 10, 2018

-Day long Winter Retreat Saturday January 5, 2019

-Day long Immersive Social Impact Learning Lab Saturday March 30, 2019

Contact Seth Arico for more information.

Work for DCSI

The Dartmouth Center for Social Impact hires students to help with program management and logistics, student advising, and Center administration. This is a great way to hone your skills and be part of a great team.

Open Positions:

2019 SIP's Student Director

The Student Director of SIPs (Social Impact Practicums) at Dartmouth’s Center for Social Impact(DCSI) is a paid position designed to provide project-specific support for the Social Impact Practicum initiative.

Student Director for Immersion Trips

The Student Director for Immersion Trips will work under the supervision of the Program Manager to implement Center and House-based immersion trips.

Student Director for Immersion Trips Job Description

To Apply: Send Cover Letter and Resume to Caitlin Rosario Kelly, DCSI’s Program Manager for Educational Access and Equity, at [email protected] by April 28th at midnight.

SEAD Summer

SEAD Summer is a live-in educative experience for one week at the end of June that introduces SEAD Scholars to the college experience. 

Dartmouth students and staff live in the dorms as a residential team to supervise SEAD Scholars and serve as role models during all scheduled activities and down time.

Paid Summer Staff positions are open to Dartmouth students who are not taking summer courses and include lodging, meals, activities, and a monetary stipend for the duration of SEAD Summer.

We are currently hiring Residential Staff and a Student Director!  Apply here!