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The Haas Center seeks to connect students with work in the community and offers support for students and community organizations.

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Student volunteers greet TEDx attendees  Photo: Linda A. Cicero/ Stanford News

Recruiting Students

The Haas Center seeks to connect students with work in the community that provides them with a valuable educational experience while meeting a real community need.
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Schneider Lecture 2017

Event Co-sponsorship

In an effort to support public service and civic engagement across campus, the Haas Center for Public Service invites co-sponsorship requests from Stanford campus partners and community partners.
Learn more about co-sponsorship


Cardinal Commitment for Program Directors

Become a Cardinal Commitment program or organization and support students engaging in public service at Stanford.
Learn more about Cardinal Commitment

Paths near the Burgers

Pathways Working Group

Participate in a collaborative working group to advance our understanding of students’ interests and pre-dispositions regarding approaches to social change.
Learn more about the Pathways Working Group

PCJ in the Bay Fellowship

Partnerships for Climate Justice in the Bay Area (PCJ in the Bay)

PCJ in the Bay supports partnerships between Stanford students, faculty and staff and Bay Area community leaders to help build equitable climate change solutions. Learn more about PCJ in the Bay

SEERS fellows at CDDRL

Social Entrepreneurs in Residence at Stanford (SEERS)

Each year the Haas Center welcomes Social Entrepreneurs in Residence at Stanford (SEERS) Fellows—outstanding leaders and changemakers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Learn more about SEERS


Please contact Kristy Lobo, Senior Program Director, Public Service Leadership and Community Partnerships.