Unsure of the first step in your Cardinal Service journey? Questions about a service program? Advisors at the Haas Center are happy to help.
It can be overwhelming to choose from the large number of service opportunities available at Stanford.
Get advice from experienced program staff, or talk to students who have already participated in the program.
An opportunity's sponsoring department may also be a good source of information.
General service advising
Advisors at the Haas Center for Public Service can help you find opportunities that are a good fit for you!
When campus reopens, visit the Bing Information and Resource Center (BIRC) on the first floor of the Haas Center for walk-in advising. The Haas Center also offers BIRC breaks, workshops, and retreats throughout the year to help you build service skills, explore careers, and develop as a leader.
The Cardinal Service Peer Advisors are current Stanford students who have participated in a variety of Stanford public service opportunities. The Peer Advisors are available to answer questions from students about Cardinal Service opportunities throughout campus and beyond. Feel free to reach out and ask them for advice on all things public service!
Cardinal Quarter Peer Advisors are current Stanford students who have participated in various Cardinal Quarter opportunities or have experience managing Cardinal Quarter student group partner programs. The Peer Advisors are available to answer questions about Cardinal Quarter opportunities and the application process, and can also offer advice on finding a suitable community partner.
Schedule a one-on-one, half-hour advising appointment with a Cardinal Careers advisor and get started on your career search or fellowship process. Choose "New Appointment" under "Career Center," and select the "Public Service and Social Impact" category.