DALI Lab Member Application
If you are interested in working in the DALI Lab, apply here!  This is a two step process – the first one is this short application. For the second step we ask for a few design and/or dev samples as well as a short and fun dev/design challenge — you will receive an email after completing this form with next steps.

Please email applications@dali.dartmouth.edu if you have any questions along the way.
First, we'll need to know a little bit of basic information about you.

Your Name *

Your Year

If grad student, specify MA/MS or PhD
Please list your major(s) and/or minor(s). *

Who recommended that you apply?

D-Plan – please list the terms you will be on campus in the coming year. *

If you aren't able to work next term, please consider waiting to apply until the term before you are able to work.

Coming up are a few questions about what you expect out of DALI and what we can expect from you!

Why do you want to work in the DALI lab?  What skills, experiences or opportunities do you want to get out of being part of the lab? *

List any relevant experience to the work you envision doing in the lab? *

We'd love to hear about projects, internships, classes, and things you've been excited about. If you feel that you don't have enough relevant experience, we do have an apprentice program to help you build your technical chops. We encourage you to apply regardless of skill level.
Which team role/roles do you potentially see yourself in? *

This is not binding in any way, roles are flexible, and select multiple if you are interested.

The responsibilities of a project manager are in addition to your role as a developer and/or designer. A PM's tasks include leading team meetings, communicating with the project partner, and aligning your team with their milestones.

Provide the name, email, and relationship to you of at least one person who can serve as a professional reference for you. *

This can be a professor, boss, classmate, team captain... anyone who can speak to your ability to work well in a group and complete the projects you begin. If you know anybody in the DALI Lab mention that too!
How involved are you in other extracurricular activities this term? *

Please list your other extracurricular activities and how many hours you plan to devote to them each week.
Given your class load and extracurriculars, how many hours per week will you be able to contribute to DALI? *

We also want to learn a little bit about you, how you think, and what excites you.

What’s something that you’ve made and what did you love about it? Where did you stumble? *

Feel free to talk about separate experiences.
Describe a collaborative experience that you’ve had. What did you like about it and what could have been improved to make it more awesome? *

Lastly, let us know what samples you're submitting and we'll get you started with the next part of the application.

Choose the type of samples you would like to provide. *

We require that you submit two representative samples of your work and complete a small and fun design/code challenge as part of the application. We will email you further directions but please select whether you would like to submit code or design samples! (or both!).

Any comments?

Thank you for applying to the DALI Lab!  You will hear from us shortly about required supplemental design and code samples.  Looking forward to meeting you!