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Job Opportunity Fraud Targeting Students

The university’s Information Security Office is alerting the community to a recent scam targeting Stanford students with fraudulent part-time job opportunities. A handful of students have reportedly fallen victim to the scam in the past few months, which led to personal financial loss. Find out how to protect yourself!

Academic Leadership Opportunities

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Departmental Peer Mentoring

Most departments have opportunities for upperclassmen to mentor students new to the major. Contact the specific department or program for more information.


Students who are interested in providing tutoring in Oral Communication, Writing, or subject areas can become paid tutors. Community Centers and Tau Beta Pi also welcome volunteer tutors in specific subjects.

Undergraduate Advisory Boards

Several organizations around campus have created undergraduate advisory boards, designed to give students a voice in the administration of different academic programs and services.

Cap and Gown Society

The Cap and Gown Society encourages networking and exchanging ideas by bringing together alumnae and women from the Stanford community.

Leadership Intensive

A three-week program offered the September before your sophomore, junior or senior year.

Oral Communication Courses

Excellent oral communication skills are fundamental for strong leadership. The Oral Communication Program offers a comprehensive approach to speech communication that includes training in the fundamental principles of public speaking and effective delivery of oral presentations.