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

The Rockefeller Center's Annual Student and Alumni Reception

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Class of 2019 First-Year Fellows. Photo by Laurie DeWitt.

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Lou Goodman '64, Emeritus Dean and Professor of International Relations at American University and a Rockefeller Center Board of Visitor at the reception with some of the Class of 2019 First-Year Fellows. Photo by Laurie DeWitt.

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Young alums Tyler Stoff '15, Hunter Kappel '15, and Anne Ressler '14 all took time to meet with current students during the First-Year Fellow's Civic Skills Training before the start of their summer internships.

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First-Year Fellow Sarah Memmon '19 with long-time FYF Supervisor at the Smithsonian Institution placement, Zahava Doering.

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Judge John Mott '81, who has served as a First-Year Fellow mentor for eight consecutive summers, chats with Rockefeller Center Deputy Director Sadhana Hall.

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On Thursday, June 16, 2016, the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center hosted its annual Student and Alumni Reception in Washington, DC. Each year the occasion provides an opportunity for the Center’s First-Year Fellows, newly arrived to the city and ready to embark on their 8-week summer internships, to meet and network with their Dartmouth Alumni mentors.

“The First-Year Fellows program is a great example of the partnership between the Rockefeller Center and Dartmouth alumni, who find many ways to contribute to the education of each successive cohort of Dartmouth students,” noted the Center’s Director, Professor Andrew Samwick, during his brief remarks at the reception.

In addition to those involved with the First-Year Fellows program, the reception is open to all current Dartmouth students interning in DC during the summer and area alumni with a connection to the Center.

This year the reception took place at American University's School of International Service at the invitation of Lou Goodman '64, Emeritus Dean and Professor of International Relations at American University and a Rockefeller Center Board of Visitor.

Over one hundred guests attended the Thursday evening event from 6:00-7:30 pm. To receive an invitation to next year’s reception, please email us at rockefeller.center@dartmouth.edu and request to be added to our Friends of the Rockefeller Center mailing list.  

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