Academic and Extracurricular Options
As students begin to explore curricular and extracurricular offerings on campus, you may want to introduce them to colleagues, courses, research, and other opportunities in areas related to their interests.
The following resources in Academic Advising and across campus may be useful to you and your students as you work together to identify ways to explore academic interests and connect to opportunities.
Jobs and Internships
Stanford's Career Education center has many resources for students interested in jobs and internships, including Career Coaching, Handshake (job and internship postings), sample resumes, and more!
Public Service Opportunities
The Haas Center for Public Service offers a wide-range of opportunities and resources for students interested in public service, including advising, summer and post-graduate fellowships.
Discover our resources to help students select courses, including "frosh-friendly" courses that require no prior experience, and 1-2 unit classes that allow students to explore a new field without adding a significant load to their study list.
Providing a listening ear, talking with students about their interests, and helping students understand their options can bring tremendous value when it comes to helping students consider majors. Read our student-facing guide for more ideas on how to support students as they search for a major.