Other Leadership Opportunities
The Undergraduate Senate is the official representative body of undergraduate student interests and concerns. It is composed of elected student senators who serve on various subcommittees related to students’ academic and residential life at Stanford.
The ASSU Executives coordinate and oversee all of the day-to-day operations and activities of the association.
The goal of BASES is to build the next generation of entrepreneurs by facilitating networking, discussion, education and hands-on experience. BASES includes undergraduate and graduate students along with faculty members from all Stanford schools, including Business, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Humanities and the Sciences.
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).
The John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities at Stanford partners Stanford University with local communities in Alameda and San Mateo counties. We work to build new knowledge, practices and capacity for community youth development.
Haas Center Leadership Programs
The Haas Center offers several options to students wanting to grow as leaders.
Stanford Student Enterprises provides leadership and employment opportunities for students during the academic year and summer session.
Student organizations are an important partner in service at Stanford, providing students with meaningful opportunities to work on issues they care about and gain leadership skills.
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.