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About Us

Education and STEM Outreach in the Office of Community Engagement (OCE) serves as a nexus connecting Stanford faculty, students, and postdocs with youth, schoolteachers, nonprofit organizations, and the broader community with the goals of increasing engagement, participation, equity and inclusion in STEM fields.

Subscribe to our mailing lists: K12 STEM Programs to learn about upcoming programs for K12 students and teachers.  Stanford faculty, students, and staff interested in outreach opportunities my join the  STEM Outreach mailing list (Note: Stanford email address required to join). 


How do I know if I got into a program I applied for?

Programs at Stanford operate independently. For status updates regarding your application, please contact the program administrator or contact email directly. You can find contact program contact information on our site by clicking on the program link. Most programs will have specific contacts listed in the program description.

How do I find an internship at Stanford?

There are many internship opportunities on our Programs pages. In addition, here are some tips for finding volunteer internships.


Stanford offers a wide range of opportunities for students, teachers, and the general public. Our programs list is updated frequently, so keep an eye out for new opportunities.

Visit our Programs page

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Contact Us

Office of Community Engagement
Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center
326 Galvez Street
Stanford, CA 94305
United States

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