Welcome Class of 2018! Come explore the Asian American Community during New Student Orientation. We have many events to help you learn about the community here at Stanford. Come and meet the A3C staff at the AANSOC events!
The Asian American Activities Center (A3C), Black Community Services Center (BCSC), El Centro Chicano y Latino, and the Native American Cultural Center (NACC) are proud to bring back the Leading Through Education, Activism and Diversity (LEAD) program. LEAD was esablished in 1999 as a student leadership development program for emerging leaders.
Interested in participating in LEAD? Please submit your completed application to the professional staff of one the ethnic community centers or fill out the online application form by 11:59PM on Sunday, September 28, 2014. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact the staff at one of the ethnic community centers.
Are you a Graduate Student looking for a Graduate Assistantship? LEAD Grad Assistants will serve various support roles: as mentors, advisors, and a resource for 24-32 LEAD participants. Graduate Assistants are expected to facilitate group discussion and formation, encourage full participation, and provide input to LEAD participants as requested. LEAD is two-quarter endeavor, beginning in Fall Quarter, closing at the end of Winter Quarter, and possible preparation for next years program in the spring. FInd more information regarding the LEAD Graduate Assistant position description and application.
The Asian American Sib (AASIB) program aims to help incoming frosh and transfer students ( who then become more affectionately known as Lil' Sibs) transition into the Stanford community by matching new students with upper classmen and exposing them to the various components of the Asian American community on campus.
Any current students are able to apply to be on AASIB Core by Saturday, June 14, 2014 to have the chance to match sibs into Sibfams and plan quarterly Sibfam events!
Big Sib applications are available until Monday, September 1, 2014. If you and your family choose to apply, please keep in mind the time commitment and dedication we ask of you.
Lil Sib applications are available until Thursday, September 18, 2014 and find out who your Sib Fam is after the We Are Family event during the Asian American New Student Orientation in Cubberley Auditorium on Friday, September 19, 2014 at 7PM!
YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS OUT!
Come meet fellow students in the Asian American Graduate Community at the Asian American Graduate Student Dinner on Tuesday, September 23, 2014 from 5-7PM in Tresidder Oak Lounge.