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Resources for Fellowship Applicants

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Geoffrey Angus at his Cardinal Quarter Fellowship

Here are some resources to help you apply for a Haas Center Cardinal Quarter fellowship.

To get started, check out the Application Timeline for Summer 2022

  • Cardinal Quarter Connections: A list of community partners seeking to work with undergraduate students who are interested in applying for self-designed fellowship opportunities
  • Finding a community partner: How to identify an appropriate community partner, and develop and maintain the relationship
  • Previous fellows: See past fellowship placements to get ideas for potential community partners
  • Peer advisors: Current students with Cardinal Quarter experience can help answer any questions you may have about undergraduate fellowships and identifying a community partner
  • Staff advisors: Walk-in advising available with program staff on Thursdays from 1-3pm at the Haas Center, or email for an appointment
  • Program policies: Eligibility, program requirements, funding, and other information
  • Frequently Asked Questions

Thematic Former Fellows Panels

Hosted by our 2020-21 Cardinal Quarter Peer Advisors, the former fellows discuss finding organizations, preparing for the experience, navigating remote work, highlights, lessons learned, and more! 

Former Fellows Panel: Government, Law and Justice

Former Fellow Panel: Science, Technology, and Engineering

Former Fellow Panel: Environmental Sustainability

Former Fellows Panel: Health and Human Rights

Former Fellows Panel: Identity

Where students have served

In the spring and summer of 2021, through the Cardinal Quarter initiative, over 300 Stanford undergraduate students engaged in immersive service opportunities with a variety of community partner organizations. Click on the map to see where the partner organizations were located.

Cardinal Quarter map 2020