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Get Involved: Volunteering

Stanford values alumni involvement. Your knowledge and expertise are tremendous assets that can benefit the community. Whether you are a recent graduate looking to build upon connections made as a student, or a seasoned alumnus seeking new ways to continue your relationship, we hope you will find an opportunity from the listings below: 

Earth Sciences Petroleum Investments Committee
The Petroleum Investments Committee (PIC) is a group of alumni volunteers who use their academic training and broad industry expertise to manage the Petroleum Investments Fund (PIF) and to raise new gifts of capital for investment through the PIF. http://earthsci.stanford.edu/alumni/support/pif

Stanford Alumni Mentoring (SAM) aims to create a culture of mentorship within the Stanford community by connecting students to alumni in long-term, one-on-one mentoring relationships for career guidance, advice, and advocacy. http://mentoring.stanford.edu/            

Stanford Alumni Association groups/official clubs Get involved with your local Stanford club. Help plan alumni events, host events for prospective students, and more. https://alumni.stanford.edu/get/page/regions/landing         

Stanford Volunteer Clearinghouse This online database helps match university alumni with meaningful volunteer opportunities at Stanford. http://www.stanfordalumni.org/volunteer/clearinghouse/home.html

Membership in the following volunteer leadership positions is by invitation. For more information about these opportunities, please contact Mona Tekchandani: 

Earth Sciences Advisory Board
The Earth Sciences Advisory Board is composed of members from industry, government, and other academic institutions. Appointed by Stanford's president, these volunteers meet each year to review the school's programs, goals, and academic opportunities.

Earth Sciences Petroleum Investments Committee
The Petroleum Investments Committee (PIC) is a group of alumni volunteers who use their academic training and broad industry expertise to manage the Petroleum Investments Fund (PIF) and to raise new gifts of capital for investment through the PIF. http://pangea.stanford.edu/alumni/support/pif