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General information (FAQ's & Links)

For Internships at Dartmouth

Housing:
Dormitory accommodation is provided (single occupancy when available). Typically each room is equiped with a telephone (local & calling card access), Ethernet and modem ports. Bed and bath linens are provided. The Dartmouth campus also offers access to its wireless network.

Food:
Depending on the programs meals may be provided while at Dartmouth through a debit Meal Card or other means. Students are urged to plan and spend wisely.

Airfare:
Each intern will be reimbursed up to a specified amount for air fare and transportation as determined by travel quotations secured prior to departure. All travel before or following the experience is at the expense and coordination of the student, and must be approved in advance.

Visas:
Students must secure a suitable US visa (J-1, student exchange visa) for most programs, regardless of other currently held visa types.  Specific visa information will be provided for each program as advised by Dartmouth College. 

Insurance:
Students are fully responsible to secure adequate health insurance coverage that meets US visa requirements.  Additional coverage may be required from existing health plans. Travel Insurance is also required in case of emergencies.

NOTE: All additional expenses incurred by interns during their stay at Dartmouth are the sole responsibility of the intern, including any non-covered medical expenses.

FAQ:

1: Where is Hanover?

 

Hanover is situated in the U.S. in west central New Hampshire, across the river from the state of Vermont. The town is part of the Upper Connecticut River Valley community, commonly known as the Upper Valley. Boston (Massachusetts), New York City, and Montreal (Canada) are just a few hours' drive away.

2: What is Hanover, New Hampshire like?

 

Hanover is a medium-sized town surrounded by rolling forested hills, the Connecticut River, and many lakes and ponds. Mountain ranges in both New Hampshire and Vermont are within several hours' drive. Winters are cold and snowy, with temperatures typically 20 degrees Fahrenheit (roughly -6 degrees Celsius) or lower, while summers can be humid and hot, with temperatures in the 80s and 90s (27–37 degrees Celsius). The town is governed by an elected board of selectmen.

3: How many students go to Dartmouth College?

 

Approximately 4,800 undergraduate and 1,200 graduate students attend Dartmouth during fall, winter, and spring terms. During the time of the AUK internships, the entire sophomore class at Dartmouth is on campus.

4: How do I get around? Is there public transportation?

 

Most essential resources are within walking distance of the dormitories. There is a free public bus service available on weekdays, as well as taxi service with preplanning.


Supporting Links

More information on Dartmouth College and the Offices and Programs associated with the Dartmouth-AUK Student Exchange:

Dartmouth College:
http://www.dartmouth.edu/

Dartmouth College-American University of Kuwait Program:
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~aukproject

Previous Dartmouth-to-AUK Interns:
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~aukproject/students/studtst.html

The Rassias Foundation:
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~rassias/

Rockefeller Center for Public Policy:
http://rockefeller.dartmouth.edu/

Office of Public Affairs:
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~opa/

The Institute for Security, Technology, and Society (ISTS):
http://www.ists.dartmouth.edu/

SISMAT Program:
http://www.ists.dartmouth.edu/events/sismat/

US State Department – Kuwait Embassy:
http://kuwait.usembassy.gov/

Kuwait Cultural office – Washington DC:
http://www.kuwaitculture.com/

Center for Disease Control:
http://www.cdc.gov/

 
 
 
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