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Unsure of the first step in your service journey? Questions about a service program? Advisors at the Haas Center are happy to help.

General service advising

Students at a Cardinal Careers advising session

It can be overwhelming to choose from the large number of service opportunities available at Stanford. At the Haas Center, we’re here to help you find opportunities that are a good fit for you!

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Our building is currently closed, but when we're open again, visit us on the first floor in the Bing Information and Resource Center (BIRC) for walk-in advising. We also offer BIRC breaks, workshops, and retreats throughout the year to help you build service skills, explore careers, and develop as a leader.

Cardinal Commitment advising

Need advice on declaring your commitment or help finding an organization to work with? Contact Cardinal Commitment program staff.

Careers advising

Staff who specialize in Cardinal Careers advising are available to help you navigate your service career search or apply for a fellowship.
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Peer Advisors

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!

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Gabby Crooks

Gabby Crooks is a sophomore majoring in International Relations with minors in Human Rights and Spanish. Gabby hails from the D.C. area, and her close proximity to the city, paired with serving as a defense lawyer for the Big Bad Wolf at nine years old, has inspired her to pursue a legal career. She is interested in becoming an international human rights attorney, with specific interests in immigration advocacy and development in Latin America and Africa. At Stanford, Gabby is heavily involved in the pre-law community, serving on the exec board for the Black Pre-Law Society and is one of the chairs of the Community Development committee in Stanford Women in Law. She is also an Undergraduate Senator on the ASSU Senate and a community coordinator for the Black Recruitment and Orientation Committee. Feel free to ask Gabby about advocacy, being pre-law, how to transform your engagement with public service into a career (she also works with the Cardinal Careers team at the Haas Center), or how many Netflix shows she’s currently watching (at last count, four).

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