Stanford Career Education supports you early and often through a network of career communities that help you explore opportunities and make meaningful connections. By providing customized support based on academic communities, the specialized staff helps you discover your career interests, interact with mentors, employers and alumni, and find opportunities, research, and on-campus jobs.
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory is a world-renowned laboratory with research opportunities in physics, chemistry, materials and environmental sciences, scientific computing, and many engineering fields. SLAC’s summer internship program offers exciting opportunities for undergraduate students majoring in science or engineering to conduct research.
The Freeman Spogli Institute (FSI) offers Global Policy internships and Field Research internships each summer. FSI provides placement, mentorship and a stipend to students engaging in off-campus internships at international policy and international affairs organizations. The internships are open to students at all levels and from all departments, with a preference for undergraduates entering their junior and senior years.
Stanford Undergrad is your guide to undergraduate academics and opportunities run by the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education.