Service is Stanford. How Stanford are you? Submit a photo of your service project or student service organization for a chance to win amazing prizes and have a starring role on the Haas Center website and print materials.
Angela Legg joined the Development and Communications team of the Haas Center in February 2014 as the development associate. In this role, Angela focuses on the cultivation and stewardship of donors to the center as well as engaging alumni through outreach and events.
Check out photos of recent events and activities at the Haas Center.
The Haas Center provides funding for over 100 public service fellowships each summer. Find out more at our open house, Wed. 11/12 at 7pm.
Blueprint for Bipartisanship: A Conversation with Senator Olympia Snowe and Jason Grumet
Paul Brest Hall, Stanford University
Want to spend spring break in a meaningful way? Apply for an Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trip this year! Through 17 different trips, the ASB program exposes students to complex social and cultural issues through community visits, experiential learning, direct service, group discussions, readings, and reflection activities. Check them out HERE where you can apply for up to 3 trips in the program! Applications due Nov. 3, 11:59pm.
Voices of Public Service Leadership Dinner Event
Haas Center, Donald Kennedy DK conference room
This workshop explores how to approach community organizations to engage in a partnership with you or your service organization, as well as strategies to enhance already established community relationships. Participants also learn how to develop a shared partnership agreement between the student/group and community organization.
Artwork by Luke Elwes via Wikimedia Commons.
Spend an afternoon with local youth and cheer on the Cardinal as they take on Washington.
Cagan Stadium, Stanford CA
Interested in funding your summer service?
The Haas Center for Public Service provides funding for over 100 nine-week fellowships each summer.
Continuing undergraduates, graduating seniors and co-terminal students have the opportunity to engage in intensive service experiences in collaboration with non-profits, government agencies, and foundations, both in the U.S. and abroad.
During Open House, you will have the opportunity to meet many of our 2014 summer fellows.