The Paganucci Fellows Program is a unique opportunity for Dartmouth undergraduates to take part in a global experiential learning program offered at Tuck. The program supports Tuck’s efforts to study complex social issues and the ways businesses can create positive social and financial value: in effect, the “double bottom line." It is targeted at students with an interest in social entrepreneurship, an aptitude for working collaboratively as part of a consulting-like team, and an appetite for making a difference in the world.
Please note that the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak will impact the 2020 program. The Dartmouth website provides up to date information that will guide the program parameters for the immediate future.
Previously, fellows have engaged in projects such as:
Information about last year’s topic and fellows can be found below the application information section.
We are currently reviewing completed applications for the 2020 program and plan to notify all candidates of their status by the end of May.
The 2019 Paganucci Fellows worked with MEDLIFE (Medicine Education Development for Low Income Families Everywhere), a non-profit organization with a mission to build a worldwide movement empowering the poor in their fight for equal access to healthcare, education, and a safe home. Building on previous strategy recommendations from Tuck students, the Paganucci team traveled throughout Peru and also analyzed best practice across competitors, learned from expert Tuck Faculty, and interviewed college students from around the world. The Fellows then developed extensive resources to increase engagement among MEDLIFE College Chapters. In addition to the social impact-consulting project, the Fellows participated in a series of professional and personal development activities as part of an integrated leadership framework and global experiential learning program.