The Great Class of Dartmouth 1966
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Meet our
Class of 1966 Dickey Interns
in the
John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding

Cecily Craighead '22

International Organization for Migration, Costa Rica
Over the summer of 2019, Cecily lived in central San José, where she interned with the regional Costa Rica office of the IOM. The IOM is a related organization of the UN that works with governments to address migrants, which includes internally displaced persons, refugees, and migrant workers. Cecily has not yet declared her major, but she is an intended Anthropology major with interest in pursuing a range of subjects. Through the Dickey Center, she is involved with the International Development Forum as well as a variety of other extracurriculars on campus.

John Caramichael '20

Innovations for Poverty Action, Ghana
John worked in Tamale, a rapidly growing city in northern Ghana that serves as a regional agricultural trading hub. He conducted economics research using randomized controlled trials to evaluate potential interventions. His research included projects to reduce anemia, increase vaccination coverage, shift from subsistence to commercial agriculture, give cash grants to women entrepreneurs and increase agricultural technology uptake.


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