- Fall 2014: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 (date change)
- Winter 2015: Wednesday, October 15, 2014
- Spring 2015: Wednesday, January 28, 2015
- Summer 2015: Wednesday, April 22, 2015
The Dickey Center provides funding opportunities for students to broaden their international perspectives and their understanding of different cultures by carrying out leave-term projects abroad.
Gain new international perspectives by spending a leave-term living and working abroad as a Dickey International Intern.
The ideal Dickey International Internship enriches some aspect of your on-campus academic work. An international internship should also develop your ability to communicate comfortably with persons from other cultures and to understand the processes for addressing international issues that confront nations. Students should ideally be familiar with the language of the country in which they wish to intern.
- Applicants must be undergraduates returning to campus for at least one term after completing the internship.
- Returning interns agree to participate as requested in workshops or informational sessions relating to internships in general.
The Internships are unpaid but Budget as much money as you will need, $4,000 is just the maximum you can receive. Budgeting more or less money will not decrease or increase the likelihood your internship will get funded. BUT, be realistic about your costs and try not to over or underestimate.
- You are required to submit a 3-5 page report after completion of their project.
- You should describe not only the kind of work you did, but also tell us something about the organizations that hosted you, the people with whom you worked, and how the experience was meaningful to you.
STEP A: Complete the online application (Click Here)
STEP B: Complete and submit the following:
1. Written proposal (3-5 page narrative, double spaced) that includes:
- Clear and complete information about the agency or community that you have selected, the goals of this group, and how your service will fit into the group’s mission and goals. Be specific about your assignment and the tasks you will be performing.
- Your qualifications to fulfill the responsibilities and requirements of your work.
- Your academic, career, and/or personal goals and how you hope the fellowship project relates.
2. Letters of recommendation
One letter of recommendation from a Dartmouth faculty member. Note: A second letter of recommendation is not required but will be accepted if submitted.
3. Supervisor Statement
Please request an electronic unofficial transcript from the registrar and send it to [email protected]
Materials can be delivered in person to the Dickey Center or emailed to [email protected]
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