The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Dartmouth Leadership Attitudes and Behaviors

This position supports the Dartmouth Leadership Attitudes and Behaviors Program, which explores the forces that influence one's values and how students can effectively engage them in the Dartmouth community.

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Sara Harris '18, Rockefeller Center Student Program Assistant for the Dartmouth Leadership Attitudes and Behaviors Program. 

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Emily Robertson '18, Rockefeller Center Student Program Assistant for the Dartmouth Leadership Attitudes and Behaviors Program. Photo by Phil Son '16.

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Rachel Inman '19, Rockefeller Center Student Program Assistant for the Dartmouth Leadership Attitudes and Behaviors Program. 

Student Program Assistants for D-LAB strengthen their skills in program development, facilitation, and planning with a purpose. Student Program Assistants must have a strong sense of self, able to uphold the highest standard of character, commitment, and professionalism inside and outside of the program, and be outstanding Dartmouth resources for first-year students. Program Assistants develop marketing strategies, explore opportunities to grow the program experience, and compile data for program evaluation. Program Assistants conduct correspondence with student facilitators and participants during the program and are required to attend all sessions. The ideal candidate will be mindful of how they might continuously promote the program and become knowledgeable of ways the content of the program intersect with various entities on campus.

A three-term commitment required: 16S-17W

Hours: 5-10 hours a week

Schedule: Must be available every Monday from 5:00 to 8:00 pm.

Supervisor: Program Officer Eric Janisch
 

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