Nate Fick ’99 greets Rockefeller Leadership Fellows prior to his annual program session entitled, “In the Arena: Translating Thought into Action as a Young Leader.”
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The Rockefeller Center, Dartmouth Lawyers Association, and the Center for Professional Development co-sponsored “The Paths to Law Alumni Panel,” which featured Brian Martin ’06, Lavinia Weizel ’04, Janos Martin ’05, and Lindsay Zahradka ’07.
Leah Daughtry '84 presented "Words & Their Consequences: Civil Discourse in 21st Century." Her public lecture, hosted by the Rockefeller Center, was part of the Dartmouth College Annual Celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Rockefeller Center Board of Visitors is composed of Dartmouth College alumni who serve as advisors to the Director. Drawing from a wide range of backgrounds, the Center's Board of Visitors represent academia, business, non-profit organizations, and the law.
The Rockefeller Center can post your internship or job opportunities in an effort to help students prepare for a leave-term or post-graduate experience in public policy or a social sciences related field.