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"Network, Network and Network"

A great satisfaction of personal life these days involves serving on the Board of The Dartmouth Club of Washington. With so many current undergraduates losing promised internships due to Covid-19, the Club’s Board has been successfully matching students with Dartmouth alumni offering replacement opportunities. So far, we’ve done pretty well:

Peter Arnold ’86, the vice president of the Dartmouth Club of Washington D.C., said that the club’s alumni board has launched an initiative to encourage alumni to create internship opportunities for Dartmouth students.
When asked what advice he would give to the ’20s, Arnold said, “Three words: network, network and network. In 35 years in D.C., I’ve never seen an example where a recent graduate was penalized for being too aggressive in pursuing a job.”

For The Daily Dartmouth’s full article, click here.

And a shout-out to reporter Allison Wachen ’22. Oh, the places she’ll go.

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