DartWrite Portfolio Fellows are Dartmouth Seniors (or exceptional Juniors) who act as ambassadors for the DartWrite Program.
Over the course of their fellowship year, Portfolio Fellows build their own public-facing, senior portfolio on the DartWrite platform, getting feedback on portfolio design from DartWrite faculty and from their fellowship cohort. Along the way, they learn about scholarship on digital portfolio education and knowledge transfer.
In collaboration with the DartWrite faculty team, Fellows also help to develop support programming for faculty and students, participate in events like workshops and training sessions, drafting and consulting on outreach materials and initiatives.
The fellowship comes with a $1,000 stipend and runs from mid September until the first week of June.
Fellows are typically students who:
- have experience and interest in building personal portfolios
- have experience working in learning support roles like teaching assistance or tutoring
- and/or have experience building website content
Most fellows are seniors during their fellowship year, but students who will be juniors may also apply if they plan to be on campus for at least two terms in fall, winter, and spring and have remote availability during any off term.
To apply to be a portfolio fellow, send a resume, an email explaining your reasons for applying, and the names and contact information for two references to DartWrite@Dartmouth.edu. Applicants will be interviewed in late spring term. Questions about the position are welcome.