Transform your world. Change the face of government.
Welcome to Stanford University's Call to Serve website! We hope you use this site to explore local, state, and federal government internships and careers. The impending retirement of up to 60% of government employees means an unprecedented opportunity for Stanford graduates to get good government jobs and advance rapidly. Watch for opportunities to attend career workshops and major speaker events to learn about exciting and important opportunities that await you with government in all corners of our nation and world.
To receive information on Call to Serve events, add yourself to the Haas Center's service4all list by emailing service4all- email@example.com and writing "subscribe service4all" in the body of the email. Alternatively, you can sign up at this web page. Call to Serve events are among the many service-related events and opportunities sent to subscribers through email.
Visit the Haas Center.s Service: THIS WEEK! for hot jobs, upcoming events, fellowships, internships and other opportunities. This page is updated weekly on Monday mornings during the academic year.
If you have questions or are looking for particular information, contact Abby Conover, Postgraduate Public Service Program Coordinator, Haas Center for Public Service, firstname.lastname@example.org, (650) 723-0992.
The notion of public service is deeply embedded in the history of Stanford University, dating back to its Founding Grant. It is fitting, then, that so many Stanford graduates have devoted significant portions of their lives to communities and municipal, state, and federal government. The course of history in the last few years.from 9/11 to global health and environmental crises to Hurricane Katrina.underscores the increasing importance of an educated, committed citizenry. The intelligence and passion of our young people is a precious asset as we seek solutions to these monumental challenges, an asset that must no longer be constrained to our country alone. Public service must now embrace a larger landscape, a global community that becomes more tightly interrelated with each advancing year. It is in this spirit, one that speaks to our highest national ideals, that I call on our students to seek a role in charting the future of our democracy.
John Hennessy, Stanford President, 2005