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

Recognizing the Rockefeller Center's Student Program Assistants

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In this series, the Rockefeller Center features our Student Program Assistants, student staff who contribute significantly to the success of the Center’s events, programs, and activities.

The Rockefeller Center student staff are an integral part of the Center’s daily operations. Each term, these students share their talents and skills in a variety of ways, from managing our social media platforms, to facilitating student discussion groups, to photographing our events, to carrying out the multiple tasks involved in the logistics of our programs and events. Without the exceptional work carried out by these students, many of our programs would not yield the same impact for participating Dartmouth students or community members.

2015 Winter Term Rockefeller Center Student Program AssistantsFront Row Left to Right: Tim Serkes Th'15, Sally Kim '16, Han Suh '15, Malika Khurana '15, Jennifer Davidson '15, Megan Mishra '17, Jinmyoung Lee '16, and Gabrielle Bozarth '17Center Row Left to Right: James Chin '15, Avalon McRae '15, Alex Rubin '15, Tyler Stoff '15, Sonia Robiner '16, Samantha Abreu '16, Charlotte Snow '15, and Dan Fang '15Back Row Left to Right: Aidan Galligan '15, Adaeze Nduaguba '17, George Philipose '15, Marie Plecha '16, John Howard '15, Niame Daffe '18, Ashely Cohen '15, and Alexandros Zervos '16Photo by May Nguyen ’18

The Center places a high level of trust and responsibility on our student staff, and most students find that their workplace skills and level of professionalism are enhanced by their time spent working at the Rockefeller Center. In addition to individual areas of responsibility, Student Program Assistants also function as the governing review committee that oversees submitted proposals for Rockefeller Center Mini-Grants. There is a rigorous application and interview process for each position, and the Center's Management & Leadership Development Program is usually a prerequisite for employment. If interested in working for the Rockefeller Center, our hiring campaign for the 2015-2016 academic year begins in April.

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