Teddy Hill-Weld

Undergraduate Intern

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Teddy is a Dartmouth Partners in Community Service (DPCS) intern this summer working on Root & Rebound’s Legal Education initiatives.

He is a senior at Dartmouth College, where he studies government and political theory alongside critical race theory and psychoanalysis. While at Dartmouth, he has competed on the policy debate team and served as an editor for The Dartmouth newspaper.

Last summer, Teddy’s experience volunteering for Root & Rebound was marked by research on labor rights, fair chance hiring, and the First Step Act. After discovering just how much work there is to be done and how much he enjoys working on projects he finds meaningful, he decided to partner with Dartmouth’s Center for Social Impact to return to Root & Rebound.

In his free time, Teddy likes skiing, swimming, and hiking whenever he can.

Teddy Hill-Weld

Undergraduate Intern

Email Teddy

Teddy is a Dartmouth Partners in Community Service (DPCS) intern this summer working on Root & Rebound’s Legal Education initiatives.

He is a senior at Dartmouth College, where he studies government and political theory alongside critical race theory and psychoanalysis. While at Dartmouth, he has competed on the policy debate team and served as an editor for The Dartmouth newspaper.

Last summer, Teddy’s experience volunteering for Root & Rebound was marked by research on labor rights, fair chance hiring, and the First Step Act. After discovering just how much work there is to be done and how much he enjoys working on projects he finds meaningful, he decided to partner with Dartmouth’s Center for Social Impact to return to Root & Rebound.

In his free time, Teddy likes skiing, swimming, and hiking whenever he can.

Why do you come to work at Root & Rebound every day?

I come to work at R&R every day because I know that there will always be more work to do to help people in reentry access the opportunities they deserve. I strongly believe in the abolition of the prison industrial complex in its entirety, but those efforts are strengthened by actively caring for and lifting up those who have already been caught up in the system. My work at R&R lets me learn more about issues that matter to me and that speak to the need for a broader ethic of care throughout all of society. I cannot imagine any better way to spend my time.

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