On Wednesday, January 25, three members of our community will share what is important and meaningful to them with us.
Ma'Ko'Quah Jones ~ Cinnamon Spear ~ Montana Wilson
Support your friends and learn from their wisdom by coming to the Native American House at 6 p.m.
2. NAD Meeting
7 pm on Thursday at the NAH
3. Baloney Lunch
Noon on Friday
4. NAP Faculty Dinner
Invite your professors!
Tuesday January 31, 2012
At the Native American House
Dinner will be provided by the NAP
Rsvp to: Native.American.Program@Dartmouth.EDU
Sponsored by the Native American Program
5. Lombard Fellowship
(Provided by John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding) (6-12 mos.): Supports graduating seniors to undertake volunteer community service projects in the U.S. and abroad. Applicants must identify a service project which suits their interest. Awards are up to $15,000. http://dickey.dartmouth.edu/lombard-fellowships Deadline is FEB. 15
6. Wells Fargo Securities Sophomore Diversity Summit
On March 29th and 30th, 2012, Wells Fargo Securities will sponsor the first annual Wells Fargo Securities Sophomore Diversity Summit. This summit will provide underrepresented sophomore students interested in finance the opportunity to broaden their understanding of the financial services industry and learn more about Wells Fargo Securities.
This two-day summit will be held in Wells Fargo’s Charlotte, North Carolina corporate office. Wells Fargo will pay all student travel and lodging related expenses. Students will be given the opportunity to network with senior management and other WFS professionals, participate in panel discussions and industry focused case studies, learn how to navigate the recruiting process, find out more about Wells Fargo’s unique culture and meet other high achieving diverse students from across the country.
If you are a highly motivated sophomore interested in taking charge of your career, please visit our website at www.wellsfargo.com/securitiescareers and click on “Sophomore Diversity Summit” for more information.