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Haas Center staff are critical to our work to realize a more just and sustainable world, and to make service a distinctive feature of a Stanford education.

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Our team is a diverse group of enthusiastic and dedicated program, advising, and support staff from a wide range of disciplines, all with a singular commitment to multiple public service pathways and our Principles of Ethical and Effective Service.

Apply through the Stanford Careers website.

  • Executive Director and Associate Vice Provost
    The Executive Director of the Haas Center for Public Service is a senior university leadership position located jointly within the divisions of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Vice Provost for Graduate Education. The Executive Director provides strategic leadership and management of all administrative and operational functions at the Haas Center.

  • Undergraduate Fellowships Program Assistant Director
    The Haas Center has an opening for an Undergraduate Fellowships Program Assistant Director to work with the Cardinal Quarter team, supporting students in quarter-long public service fellowships. Key components of this role include advising students, facilitating orientations and trainings, and coordinating the logistics and administration of multiple Haas Center-based summer fellowship programs.

  • Director of Community Engaged Research
    The Haas Center is seeking a Director of Community Engaged Research to lead the center’s programmatic efforts to promote high quality research with a public purpose. The Director will lead the Center’s efforts to build capacity within academic departments to offer community-engaged research opportunities including undergraduate capstone programs. The Director leads cohort programs for undergraduate and graduate students including the Graduate Public Service Fellowship Program and the Community-Based Research Fellows Program, and may advise graduate student public service organizations.