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Monday, December 19, 2011

Congrats to Josh Marcuse '04 - Named to the @brazencareerist 20 Young Professionals to Watch in 2012 List

We're happy to share that Dartmouth alum Josh Marcuse '04 has been named as one of 20 young professionals to watch in 2012 by Brazen Careerist

Marcuse is the founder and President of Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP), a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization, "committed to fostering the next generation of foreign policy leadership." He advises individuals and institutions on how to engage and interact with young professionals in the foreign policy community, and frequently speaks to students and recent graduates about careers in international affairs, leadership, management, entrepreneurship and civic participation.

Josh has been affiliated with Rockefeller Center programs both as a student, and then as an alum.  He has come back to campus as part of the Rockefeller Leadership Fellows "Word of Advice from Alums" session, and has been a great resource for students in Washington, DC for our Civic Skills Training program.

Congratulations to Josh Marcuse.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the recognition Danielle. It was nice to be included on this list, especially along with such extraordinary young leaders.

    There is no question in my mind that Dartmouth, and Rocky specifically, played a fundamental role in helping me to have an impact. I got to Washington and treated it like Rocky -- as if I could build whatever I wanted and reach out to anyone who might be able to help. By the time I realized that the rest of the world is nothing like Dartmouth, it was too late. I had already started to do something innovative and I just kept going.

    That's what it means to incubate talent. It's why Rocky is such a special place, and why Dartmouth students can become incredible leaders in their communities.

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