Student Activities and Leadership provides numerous opportunities for students to develop their leadership abilities through student activities, student organizations, ASSU, fraternities and sororities.
Many community centers on campus offer undergraduates leadership opportunities through activities (such as organizing admit weekend activities, community outreach, leading group discussion or running daylong events).
Positions are available in everything from Peer Health Education and Resident Computing to Row House Management and Tutoring.
Vaden Health Center has several volunteer opportunities for students interested in making a difference with the health and well-being of their peers. Opportunities include becoming a Peer Health Educator (PHE), training to be a Counselor at the Sexual Health Peer Resource Center (SHPRC), or working at the Bridge.
Working with Incoming Students
Stanford offers several leadership opportunities for students interested in interacting with prospective students and new incoming freshmen.
Student Leadership Society
The Student Leadership Society provides selected students with hands-on leadership experience through planning and executing class identity and alumni networking events.