There is a wide range of opportunities to deepen your understanding of the German language and of German culture, from on-campus drill instructorships to overseas fellowships. There are post-graduate possibilities as well.
You can put the German you learn at Dartmouth to many kinds of practical use while you’re still a student. The following jobs and internships would be a good place to start.
Opportunities for Dartmouth students only
- Drill Instructors
- Dartmouth Internships
Students who pursue German at Dartmouth often win prestigious post-graduation scholarships and other grants and awards. They also often go on to have highly successful careers in business, law, medicine, education, engineering, and other respected professions. Over 150 Dartmouth alumni/ae live and work in German-speaking countries.
Possibilities for Dartmouth Students only
- Reynolds Scholarships
Awarded for a full academic year’s foreign post-undergraduate study or project
- Dartmouth General Scholarships
Awarded for foreign or domestic post-undergraduate study or project
- Dartmouth’s Scholarship Advising Office
Various grants, awards, fellowships etc.
Working in Germany
The German Workplace
The following links are to sites that explain the different etiquette, attitudes, and customs you’ll encounter when working in Germany.