Organizations

The interests and activities of business and broader society increasingly intersect, resulting in both conflict and opportunity. We actively involve corporations, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies with project work that deals with social and environmental issues. We also host, as individual visitors or conference panelists, executives who speak about how their corporate citizenship practices are being put into effect. Please contact us for further information on ways in which you can get involved with Tuck.

Apply for Consulting Services

Featured below are three ways in which organizations, non-profits and the public sector can benefit from the consulting services of Tuck students. Please contact us for more information using the details below.

First Year Project

An educational experience in which teams of five Tuck students apply classroom learning to complex, real-world business challenges for clients. The Center works with the FYP to develop projects with a social or environmental focus for U.S. nonprofits, companies, and NGOs around the world. If you are interested in working with Tuck students, please contact Rebecca Rice-Mesec

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First Year Project

Tuck Global Consultancy

One of Tuck's signature courses is the Tuck Global Consultancy, which sends teams of students overseas for three weeks for a consulting project. The Center works with the TGC to develop consultancy projects with a social or environmental focus for nonprofit organizations, companies and NGOs around the world. If you are interested in working with Tuck students, please contact Kerry Laufer.

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Tuck Global Consultancy

Tuck Student Consulting Services 2012 Poster Session

Tuck Student Consulting Services (TSCS) is a student managed and staffed free consulting service for local nonprofit organizations, entrepreneurs, and small businesses. It provides students the opportunity to use their skills and give back to the community. The goal is to improve Tuck outreach in local communities, increase student understanding of nonprofit and small business issues, and broaden awareness of opportunities to volunteer while using business skills. If you are interested in working with Tuck students, please contact the TSCS student co-chairs.

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Tuck Student Consulting Services 2012 Poster Session

Learn from our expertise

Visit our Knowledge Center to read the work of our faculty and the reports from our conferences. Apply to participate in the Business & Society Conference or the Executive Environmental Sustainability Forum by sending an email to business.society@tuck.dartmouth.edu.

Hire Summer Interns or Full-Time Employees

Each year, the Tuck Nonprofit and Public Sector Internship Fund (Tuck GIVES) provides funding to support summer internships in the nonprofit and public sectors. If you’re interested in hiring an intern and/or a graduate, or learning more about Tuck GIVES, please contact the Career Development Office at Tuck.

Attend The Nonprofit Exchange

The Center for Business & Society shares its resources to strengthen the local nonprofit community through the Upper Valley Nonprofit Exchange, a network that brings together nonprofit leaders to learn from each other and from Tuck faculty and guest speakers. The Center hosts sessions each term focused on a topic of professional interest to nonprofit leaders and facilitates other professional development opportunities. The Exchange serves executive directors within a reasonable commute from Hanover, so that students can be a resource to the group as well offer pro-bono consulting and volunteer activity. The Center for Business & Society is a co-convener of the Exchange with Granite United Way, the Upper Valley Region of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and the Vermont Community Foundation. Please contact Patricia Palmiotto for more information.