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

Student Program Assistants

Recognizing the Rockefeller Center's Student Program Assistants: Avalon McRae '15

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.

Recognizing the Rockefeller Center's Student Program Assistants: Adaeze Nduaguba '17

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.

LinkedIn is the new, must-have, professional social media profile. Employers and employees alike are all gravitating to LinkedIn to find work and workers and promote their company or themselves respectively. The Rockefeller Center is no different. The Center is currently developing its presence on LinkedIn with the help of Adaeze Nduaguba '17, a Student Program Assistant for Communications and Student Outreach. Adaeze researched the rewards of LinkedIn’s group and company pages and analyzed how the Rockefeller Center could better position itself on the site. She is now helping to increase student and alumni awareness of the Center’s LinkedIn profile by reaching out and inviting both current students and Dartmouth alumni who utilized the Center as a resource during their campus experience to participate in the page.

Recognizing the Rockefeller Center's Student Program Assistants: Alex Rubin '15

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.

Did you hear about that great new internship that Rocky just posted? You can thank Alexander Rubin '15 for keeping students up to date on upcoming internships! As the Student Program Assistant for the Rockefeller Internships Program, Alex is in charge of researching and compiling information on interesting and exciting undergraduate internship opportunities. This program makes it possible for students to participate in leave-term internships in public policy, public affairs, and social entrepreneurship. Students are able to intern with an array of non-profit organizations and government agencies that assist in shaping public policy in the US and abroad.

Recognizing the Rockefeller Center's Student Program Assistants: Amanda Lamothe-Cadet '15

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.

When Amanda Lamothe-Cadet walked into her first meeting for the Rockefeller Global Leadership Program (RGLP), she didn’t know she would be staying with the program for the next two years. Amanda can thank her best friend for introducing her to the Rockefeller Center during her sophomore year. Due to her interest in international law, Amanda chose to sign up for RGLP her sophomore spring. She enjoyed the program so much that by sophomore summer she was working for the program.

Recognizing the Rockefeller Center's Student Program Assistants: Niamé Daffé '18

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.

Niamé Daffé '18 began working for the Rockefeller Center during this past winter interim period as a Student Program Assistant for Special Projects. Although classes and programs are not in session, the Center is still quite a busy place during breaks and often uses the time between terms to accomplish various projects that get sidelined during the terms. Niamé helped out with many different tasks during the three weeks before Christmas, but most of her first week was spent assisting Joanne Needham in preparing for the Center’s Holiday Party. With more than 100 faculty and staff in attendance, it goes without saying that it's is the best on campus. After the festivities were over, and Hinman Forum was returned to normal, Niamé spent a good bit of time on a special project involving the Center’s blog and helped out members of staff with various administrative projects.

Recognizing the Rockefeller Center's Student Program Assistants: Gabby Bozarth '17

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.

Recognizing the Rockefeller Center's Student Program Assistants: Theo Wilson '17

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.

Recognizing the Rockefeller Center's Student Program Assistants

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.

Andres Ramirez '14 Launches New Collis Consulting Group

Andres Ramirez '14 was recently featured in an article by The Dartmouth about his new student-run organization, The Collis Consulting Group. The group aims to establish guidelines for executive transitions in student organizations and teach groups about available resources. Additionally, the group wants to assist student groups unfamiliar with administrative tasks, such as budgeting and sending proposals to the Council on Student Organizations.

This term, the group will offer assistance to a few select organizations before expanding in the spring by consulting groups upon request. Andres plans on recruiting students with professional experience in consulting, finance, non-profit organizations and event-planning, as well as those involved in student organizations on campus. Selected members will remain in the group until they graduate, adhering to a dynamic similar to COSO's. In the long term, Andres would like the group to become an “umbrella organization” by consulting for campus religious groups and Greek organizations. Ultimately, the group wants to consult for companies in Hanover and the surrounding area. 

Rocky Staff Bonds over Ropes Activity.

 
This past Sunday, over 40 Rockefeller Center Staff took part in a team building exercise at the Odyssey High Ropes Course at Storrs Pond Recreation Center. The Odyssey High Ropes Course is a linear rope course that is designed for a group of eight to complete simultaneously. As such, the course hopes that "participants acting as a group will share a more productive, fun, educational challenge course experience than participants in a traditional ropes course design".

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