Graduating Seniors: Dartmouth Looking for Next Presidential Fellows

Not sure where you want to go to school next year? Want to do something really cool before you begin your studies?

Dartmouth University will soon select its 2011-2012 class of Presidential Fellows for a year of college administration experience.

The program, launched in  2009 by Dartmouth President Jim Yong Kim, offers unique opportunities for select graduating seniors and recent alumni to play key roles within the college’s administration.  Each fellows is assigned to a sponsoring office, where he or she helps senior leaders carry out new Dartmouth initiatives. Fellows take on challenging work that helps develop research and communication skills, deepens their knowledge of administrative practices, and provides valuable strategic planning and project management experience.

Fellowships are full-time positions with salary and benefits.

To apply, email the following information to by March 18:


Cover letter. Please indicate which position you are applying for, why you are interested in the particular office, and what you would bring to the role.

Contact information for three references.

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Click here to learn more about the program.