Harrison Phillips, a rising junior, has tutored children and youth, participated in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and raised money to launch a new chapter of an academic, fitness and mentoring program in Omaha, Nebraska, his hometown.
Vy Tran, who is pursuing a co-terminal master's degree in Community Health & Prevention Research, began her public service journey at Stanford as a medical interpreter – in Vietnamese and Spanish – for patients at a nearby medical center.
Girls Code Camp, a nonprofit group created by three Stanford students that offered introductory computer science workshops to more than 400 schoolgirls in Hyderabad, India, is now offering its second round of classes.
Two Stanford students are among the 100 students from around the world named 2016 Schwarzman Scholars. The program provides scholarships for a one-year master's degree program at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. The program is inspired by the Rhodes Scholarship.
A new initiative, Cardinal Service, builds on the university's longstanding commitment to public service by elevating and expanding opportunities to weave service more deeply into the distinctive identity and culture of the Stanford student experience.