Work at the Haas Center!
The Haas Center welcomes Stanford undergraduate and graduate students to work with us in part-time student staff positions. Job responsibilities range from writing stories to organizing student tutors to administrative support.
We primarily hire students in Spring Quarter and Fall Quarter. Please review specific positions for application guidelines and deadlines.
Below are some general qualifications we look for when hiring students. Please refer to particular positions for more details.
- knowledge of the work of the Haas Center and an interest in public service
- desire to work with others and/or as part of a team
- ability to function as a self-starter
- commitment to follow through with responsibilities
- openness to learning new skills
In addition to the responsibilities outlined in each job description, Haas Center student staff are expected to:
- attend an orientation
- receive and respond to Haas Center emails
- help spread the word about the work of the Haas Center
- attend and support Haas Center events
- The Haas Center's Cardinal Careers team is seeking to hire a Cardinal Careers Student Assistant to help inform students about public service opportunities. Apply by sending your resume and a paragraph highlighting your experience working with promotional materials and working in an office setting to Juaquin Sims, Senior Program Director, Cardinal Careers. Applications due January 1, 2024.
- The Haas Center for Public Service is seeking a Graduate Student Assistant (PhD or MA student) to support the Haas Center efforts to design and implement community-engaged scholarship programming for graduate students. In collaboration with the Director of Community-Engaged Research, the GSA will coordinate the Research as Praxis graduate student workshops series during the fall, winter, and spring quarters and provide administrative and partnership support for Haas Center's 2023-24 Graduate Public Service Fellowship and Community Engaged Scholars programs. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Clayton Hurd, Director of Community-Engaged Research.
Temporary assignments are “at-will” in nature and can be terminated prior to the stated end date due to a number of reasons or for no reason at all, including but not limited to performance, change in operational need, and funding.