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Black/African American

 Internships

Entry Level Positions

  • Urban League Employment Network: The Urban League Employment Network is backed by the National Urban League and is dedicated to helping diverse students find employment opportunities.

Fellowships/Research

Programs

Professional Organizations

Scholarships

Dartmouth Specific Resources

  • Afro American Society at Dartmouth (AAm): An organization dedicated to addressing the needs of Black students at Dartmouth.
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.: The first Greek-letter sorority established for African American women.
  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.: The first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African American college male students.
  • Black Alumni of Dartmouth Association: Provides the continuing and active support of the College's Black Alumni in matters affecting the intellectual, cultural, social and educational well being of the Black Alumni and members of the Black and other minority communities, as well as the greater College community at Dartmouth.
  • Black Underground Theater Association (BUTA): Student-theater groups that is devoted to the performing arts that explore Afro-American history and current culture.
  • Dartmouth African Students Association: To represent and be the face of the African continent on the Dartmouth campus, as well as foster a stronger African community on campus.
  • Dartmouth Black and Latino Business Alliance: The group serves as a mentoring and recruiting organization for students considering a career in the fields of business, marketing and economics.
  • Dartmouth Caribbean Connection: Cultural organization that strives to celebrate and educate the Dartmouth community about Caribbean culture.
  • Dartmouth College Scholarship Advising Office and the Committee on Graduate Fellowships:Scholarships, Fellowships, and funding for post graduate study.
  • Men of Color Alliance: Collective that explores and bring awareness to the issues that men of color face.
  • Mosaic: A forum for individuals who are from multiracial and multicultural backgrounds.
  • NAACP: The Dartmouth Chapter of the NAACP has become increasingly active in holding dinners and discussions, political rallies, and other programs designed to further awareness about how the mission and legacy of the NAACP help to advance the sociopolitical struggles of historically marginalized groups in the United States.
  • Nation Society of Black Engineers (NSBE): Student-run organization that serves to recruit and retain minority students in science at Dartmouth College.
  • Office of Black Student Advising: Dedicated to enhancing the Dartmouth experience through supporting and challenging the community around issues pertinent to the Black experience.
  • The Black Praxis: A publication of the Afro-American Society, an undergraduate news publication dedicated to providing Black news and commentary on ever-changing events at Dartmouth and around the world.
  • Ujima: A dance troupe that focuses on expression through movement.
  • Women of Color Collective (WoCC): Devoted to exploring issues women of color may face on campus and provides a bridge that connects participants regardless of residence, affiliation, religion, or sexual identity.