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Cardinal Commitment Opportunities

Cardinal Commitment supports and recognizes the sustained service of individual students. Joining the program is simple and easy; engaging in your service work is the challenge!

Explore the opportunities below or talk with an advisor to find the best fit for you.

Want to add your organization to Cardinal Commitment? Begin the registration process today!

  • Student group
  • Non-student organization or program: Please contact Kelly Beck, Cardinal Commitment Team Lead at the Haas Center, for more information.

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Stanford students help start and coach Science Olympiad teams in local under-served communities.
Location: Stanford
ASB aims to expose Stanford students to complex social and cultural issues.
Location: Stanford, East Palo Alto, Redwood City, Other Bay Area
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
Location:
Stanford undergraduate and graduate students work to promote education for underprivileged children in India through support of NGOs.
Location: Stanford
A³C serves as Stanford’s primary resource for Asian and Asian American student affairs and community development.
Location: Stanford
BATA is dedicated to erasing the academic achievement gap and opportunity gap, while expanding social and restorative justice opportunities.
Location: Other Bay Area
The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Peninsula works to provide low-income youth with opportunities to achieve social success.
Location: Other Bay Area
Scholars receive support and guidance from the student staff and Resident Fellows as they craft their public service journey at Stanford and beyond.
Location: Stanford, East Palo Alto
Encourage, instruct and give thoughtful attention to TK-6th grade students.
Location: Other Bay Area
BSP works to improve the quality of life for low-wage property service workers and their families.
Location: Other Bay Area
Supporting children whose parents have been afflicted by cancer through a week-long camp and year-round community.
Location:
Cardinal Free Clinics are student-run health clinics providing free health assessments for low-income, uninsured adults in the San Jose area.
Location: Stanford, Other Bay Area
Students bake and sell challah to raise money for hunger and disaster relief organizations worldwide.
Location: Stanford

CHE

CHE provides academic, professional, cultural and social support to Latinx individuals pursuing careers in health.
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Join Coaching Corps to serve children as a volunteer sports coach!
Location: East Palo Alto, Redwood City
Student group partnering with nonprofits on year-long software projects for social good.
Location: Stanford
CELCs gain valuable experience in community engaged learning pedagogy, program management, and public service.
Location: Stanford

An organization of technologists, designers, and thinkers passionate about maximizing the benefits of technology.

Location: Stanford
DFA is shaping the next generation of social innovators using the design process.
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The mission of the Doctors without Borders Student Chapter at Stanford is to advocate and fundraise for its parent organization.

Location: Stanford
DreamCatchers' mission is to close the achievement and opportunity gap facing low-income middle school students in Palo Alto.
Location:
Stanford students work with local middle school youth in East Palo Alto as tutors and mentors.
Location: Stanford, East Palo Alto
Using one-on-one academic tutoring and group tennis instruction, EPATT strives to impact students academically, athletically, and socially.
Location: Stanford, East Palo Alto
As a vibrant student center, El Centro Chicano y Latino works to support students academically, personally, socially, and culturally.
Location: Stanford
Students work with local and international partners in developing engineering projects related to sustainable development.
Location: Stanford
Our mission is to increase the number of students of color from East Palo Alto who graduate from a four-year college or university.
Location: East Palo Alto
Friends for Youth is a nonprofit organization matching underserved youth, age 8-17, with caring adult mentors.
Location: Redwood City, Other Bay Area
Frosh Service Liaisons connect their dorm to service opportunities and spread the word about Cardinal Service.
Location: Stanford
Stanford graduate students mentor high-school students in science and engineering.
Location: Other Bay Area
Girls Who Venture is a non-profit that explores and expands our knowledge of women entrepreneurship and the venture capital segment.
Location: Stanford
Habla is an English as second language program for custodial staff, landscaping staff, and other Stanford community members.
Location: Stanford
HELP 4 Kids equips middle schoolers to make healthy choices through a comprehensive health education curriculum.
Location: Stanford, Redwood City
Heart and Home Collaborative is a seasonal shelter for local unhoused women. Students participate in smooth operation of the shelter and nonprofit.
Location: Stanford
Stanford students work with high school students from local marginalized communities as tutors, mentors and academic supports.
Location: East Palo Alto, Redwood City, Other Bay Area
IIBA provides immigration legal services, education, and civic engagement opportunities to immigrants, refugees, and their families.
Location: Other Bay Area
Pro-Israel, Pro-Palestinian, Pro-Peace student organization dedicated to a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
Location: Stanford
Recruits and trains students to serve in court-based legal self-help centers, as an innovative approach to improving access to justice for all.
Location: Redwood City, Other Bay Area
Kappa Alpha Theta supports Bay Area nonprofits, in particular the Child Advocates of Silicon Valley.
Location: Stanford
We gather school supplies and distribute them to high need communities in the form of drives.
Location: Stanford
Kids with Dreams is an organization of Stanford students dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with special needs.
Location: Stanford, East Palo Alto, Redwood City, Other Bay Area
LEMO Foundation works to educate and inspire youth to unleash their potential in academics, athletics and life skills.
Location: Redwood City
The Little Libraries promote school readiness and literacy in low-income pediatrics clinics around the Mid-Peninsula.
Location: Other Bay Area
MELODY strives to bring the world of music to underprivileged elementary school students in the local community.
Location: Stanford
Muwekma-Tah-Ruk is a residential community where students are encouraged to explore significant issues surrounding cultural identity.
Location: Stanford
Palo Alto High School has a variety of ways Stanford students can get involved!
Location: Other Bay Area
We work to engage a child's curiosity in science and nature.
Location: Other Bay Area
Stanford students fundraise, advocate and educate, working to provide a preferential option for the poor around the world.
Location:
Peer Health Exchange recruits, trains and places students into ninth grade classrooms to teach on sexual health, mental health and substance use.
Location: Redwood City
Perfusion educates schools and communities about CPR and basic life-saving skills.
Location: Stanford, East Palo Alto, Redwood City, Other Bay Area
PUWMAS provides an inclusive community for anyone interested in physics.
Location: Stanford
Stanford students help children from East Palo Alto develop their math skills so they are prepared to succeed in elementary school.
Location: East Palo Alto
Students build skills and work toward goals with the support of advisors and peer service leaders.
Location: Stanford
PSSP supports students’ efforts to write a thesis that is academically rigorous and useful to communities and organizations.
Location: Stanford
Puente advocates and leverages resources for the San Mateo County South Coast communities.
Location: Other Bay Area

Grab tea with a mentor or ask about community and resources for queer students through the Queer Campus Resources team.

Location: Stanford
Stanford students tutor children in kindergarten through third grade to help improve their decoding and comprehension skills.
Location: East Palo Alto
Reading Partners helps children become lifelong readers by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction with measurable results.
Location: Redwood City, Other Bay Area
Support for Duke and Stanford student-athletes to participate in three-week, immersive, international summer service experiences.
Location: Stanford
SCoPE 2035 is a student activist group campaigning for sustainability, equity and just treatment of service workers at Stanford.
Location: Stanford
SenseConnect advocates on behalf of the hearing impaired community at Stanford.
Location: Stanford
Members come together to cook, serve and spend time with people at the Opportunity Center, a center serving the homeless and extremely low-income.
Location: Stanford, Other Bay Area
SHPRC provides sexual health supplies and counseling to all members of the Stanford community.
Location: Stanford
Side by Side performs songs to bring smiles at Bay Area nursing homes, hospitals and retirement centers.
Location: Other Bay Area
Building Stanford's community of women engineers, aiding professional development and committed STEM Outreach for girls.
Location:
SAA creates intergenerational relationships to combat the social isolation and disengagement caused by Alzheimer's Disease.
Location:
The Stanford Anthology for Youth selects, edits and publishes the writing and art of Bay Area middle school students.
Location: Stanford, Other Bay Area
SAAAC is a space dedicated to progressive social change.
Location: Stanford
The Stanford Bicycle Project promotes bicycle safety, sustainability and self-reliance.
Location: Stanford
A dedicated team at SCI work to promote health equity through community partnerships and projects.
Location: Stanford, Redwood City
DM gathers over 1,000 students to dance for 12 hours to raise money for LPCH's Children's Fund.
Location: Stanford
Leadership of program that brings students in grades 7-12 to Stanford’s campus for a two-day learning extravaganza.
Location: Stanford
SGDA helps undergraduates translate their interest in international development issues into informed and meaningful action.
Location: Stanford
SHAR(ED) volunteers with patients in the Emergency Department focusing on areas influenced by the social determinants of health.
Location: Stanford
Stanford Housing Justice promotes campus awareness on issues related to homelessness and engages in outreach.
Location: Other Bay Area
Stanford's social and professional community for undergrads passionate about education.
Location: Stanford
SIREN is a group of students interested in befriending and designing innovative initiatives to support refugee and immigrant communities.
Location: Stanford
SIG creates a culture of civic and political engagement by offering opportunities for students to engage with and pursue policy as public service.
Location: Stanford
SMHO raises awareness about mental health and advocates for students experiencing mental health issues.
Location: Stanford
SNAP engages in nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament education and activism.
Location: Stanford
SOOP aims to enhance personal relationships, foster community and instill personal confidence in youth through facilitated outdoor experiences.
Location: Stanford, Other Bay Area
SRRP matches Stanford students with Syrian high-school students who need academic support and mentorship in applying to universities outside of Syria.
Location: Other Bay Area
SSPG engages scientists/non-scientists in science policy and advocacy through education and professional development.
Location: Stanford
SENSA is Stanford’s premier social entrepreneur student organization, developing the social entrepreneurship ecosystem at Stanford.
Location: Stanford
We aim to increase awareness of end-of-life issues and support student members in becoming certified hospice volunteers.
Location: Stanford
Engaging, educating and empowering Stanford students interested in politics, in a community that supports, challenges and inspires them.
Location: Stanford
SSTS is a workplace education program for university staff. Courses include English language, computer skills, GED, college preparation and more.
Location: Stanford
StreetCode Academy provides free classes in coding, entrepreneurship and makerspace design to underserved communities of color.
Location: Other Bay Area
SCOPE is a student-run volunteer program that places medical volunteers and interpreters in the Emergency Department.
Location: Other Bay Area
Promotes opportunity for all student-athletes, protects student-athlete welfare and fosters positive student-athlete image.
Location: Stanford
SSS is a community that strives for sustainable practices through discussion, engagement and direct action.
Location: Stanford
Cardinal Green programs focus on reducing our environmental impact, preserving resources and building sustainability into everyday behaviors.
Location: Stanford
Students volunteer as counselors providing free, confidential, 24-hour peer counseling and support services to Stanford and the neighboring community.
Location: Stanford
The Markaz is a resource center dedicated to uplifting student voices from the diverse Muslim community at Stanford University.
Location: Stanford
Thrive supports and promotes the nonprofit sector that is a major contributor to the economic and social health of San Mateo County.
Location: Redwood City
Students in USVH interact with elderly veterans who are long-term care patients and suffer from some type of cognitive or physical impairment.
Location: Other Bay Area
Upward Scholars works to empower low-income adults (mainly immigrants) to continue their education by providing financial and academic support.
Location: Other Bay Area
We Continue is a peer-led student group working to empower the Stanford community to address suicide.
Location: Stanford
WYSE pairs Stanford students with middle school girls to empower young women through mentorship.
Location: East Palo Alto
Stanford Women in Computer Science (WiCS) Outreach Team works to promote diversity and equity in computer science through educational outreach.
Location: Stanford, East Palo Alto, Other Bay Area