Stepping Stones to Success (SSTS)
Residential and Dining Enterprises (R&DE) Stepping Stones to Success program (SSTS) is a concierge workplace education program. It is open to all Stanford University staff, including Stanford Health Care, LPCH, SLAC, and LBRE employees. Courses include language arts, computer and digital learning skills, GED, and high school and college preparation.
Give back to the Stanford service workers who work in dining halls and residences and tend to Stanford gardens. Sign up as a tutor for the service-learning component of the SSTS program promoting learning beyond the classroom. Stanford students can tutor adult learners in English, social science, pre-algebra, arithmetic, math, science, and computers.
All students are welcome, especially those interested in health literacy, education, linguistics, computer science, global health, public policy, human rights, or international relations. No prior experience or specific skills are needed.
Service required by group to fulfill a Cardinal Commitment: Students should attend a one-time half-hour orientation and commit to tutoring for at least two hours per week over the academic school year. Students may tutor either for the English/computer course or the GED prep courses.
Cardinal Commitment Mentor: Dr. Christine Gabali
Check with the organization to see if they have remote opportunities available at this time. For alternative suggestions, contact an advisor
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The Haas Center offers all kinds of resources for Cardinal Commitment organizations. Learn more