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Executive Fellows

Those interested in applying for any of the below Executive Fellow positions can apply here. All questions regarding the Executive Fellows program can be forwarded to Paul Serrato, ASSU Chief of Staff, pserrato@stanford.edu.

 

Environmental Justice and Sustainability Fellow (2) - This fellow will work on zero-waste and environmental justice awareness efforts directly with the Exec Member for Environmental Justice and Sustainability. Responsibilities may include leading communications on individual initiatives, gathering information/research, managing social media, and attending events with/on behalf of the Exec member. Fellows can also integrate their own projects if desired.
Commitment: 1-3 hours/week (can be flexible, may include weekly/biweekly meeting)
Duration: 3 quarters

Storytelling Fellow (2) - In collaboration with the ASSU Director of Communications, the Storytelling Fellows will leverage their skills and passions to the convey information to the student body about ASSU initiatives. A strong applicant will have experience in journalism, photography, social media marketing, and/or videography.
Commitment: 2-4 hours/week (flexible)
Duration: 3 quarters preferred

Empower Project Fellow - This fellow will work closely with the founders of EMPOWER to carry their project into the next stage of development. Two years ago, members of EMPOWER began extensive research on sexual violence on campus. We discovered that Stanford students are unaware of resources offered to for those who have experienced, or who have friends who have experienced, sexual assault at Stanford. The project aims to consolidate the information on sexual violence resources at Stanford through an accessible web-based platform. The website will serve as an interactive guide by asking questions to determine which resource would be most suitable for the survivor or the friend of a survivor and will help establish a baseline understanding of what resources exist. Applicants should be passionate about empowering survivors of sexual violence. Website/coding experience preferred.
Commitment: 2-4 hours/week (flexible)
Duration: 3 quarters preferred

Disability Advocacy Fellow - This fellow will support the Co-Directors of Disability Advocacy's efforts to make Stanford a safer, more inclusive, and more accessible space for disability rights and justice by hosting events that promote and celebrate disability awareness, increasing academic and housing infrastructure for students with disabilities, and supporting initiatives like the Abilities Hub and 2019 Disability Studies Conference. Responsibilities may include information/research gathering, outreach and communications, event planning, and more, but Fellows are encouraged to be creative and bring their own experiences to the table.
Commitment: 1 - 4 hours/week (flexible)
Duration: 3 quarters preferred

Mental Health Fellow (8-12): As Mental Health fellows, you will work closely with one of the Co-Directors of Mental Health and Wellness on selected initiatives based on your interests in skills. Responsibilities may include (but are not limited to) updating mentalhealth.stanford.edu with related events, attending committee meetings and recording the main areas of discussion, planning workshops and community-oriented presentations in residences and in community centers, and establishing the foundation for a mental health conference and/or hack-a-thon. Our mission is to promote and build a mental health-positive culture where students are comfortable speaking about and receiving treatment for mental illness. Fellows will gain firsthand knowledge and hand-ons experience regarding the current efforts to improve mental health on campus and are welcome to add their own ideas or projects.
Commitment: 2-5 hours/week (flexible)
Duration: 3 quarters preferred.