- Tucker Foundation Cross Cultural Education and Service Program (CCESP): Medical service trip to rural communities in Nicaragua. The two-week trip is held each December and is open to undergraduates; medical school students, faculty, staff; and medical professionals
- Tucker Foundation Alternative Spring Break: Annual 10-day trip for Dartmouth undergraduates to make a meaningful contribution to a service project chosen by the destination community
- Project Preservation: Run by Dartmouth College Hillel, this annual trip takes students from varied ethnic and religious backgrounds to Eastern Europe to restore abandoned Jewish cemeteries.
- Geisel School of Medicine Alternative Breaks: Short-term experiences for medical students to work and serve alongside global health partner
- The Center for Business & Society: Programs and student-run opportunities for MBA students at the Tuck School of Business to be of service to the local and global communities
- Internship and fellowship funding: Undergraduates who arrange longer-term volunteer positions through international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) may apply for funding to support travel expenses. The Scholarship Office maintains an extensive list of external funding sources, and Dartmouth offers a number of opportunities for undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate internships and fellowships.
- Post-graduate public service grants: The Tucker Foundation and the Dickey Center for International Understanding offer funded fellowships for graduating students and recent alumni to undertake 6- to 12-month-long public service projects in the United States and abroad