Career and Professional Development
El Centro supports students academically through various socio-cultural programming and by partnering with university resources to provide small group and individual tutoring, mentorship, and consulting. For more detailed information on the most recent events and opportunities, see our Events page.
El Centro Chicano y Latino Pre-Professional Leadership Team and Frosh Liaisons Program
El Centro is happy to announce we are recruiting for Centro Student staff positions for the 2022 - 2023 academic year!
Student Staff Role - El Centro Student Staff contributes to the implementation and success of the Center’s events, projects, and outreach efforts. Reporting directly to the Assistant Director of El Centro, Student Staff work independently and in teams on various projects that center the retention and success of Latinx students at Stanford. Examples of projects and responsibilities include;
- Programming (community-building, cultural, academic, and mental health)
- Social Media
- Collaborations with VSOs, ECLs, and other Departments
- Graphic Design
- Operational support
Advising Centro Walk-In Hours
Need help with career advising, resume review and interview skills?
Need preparation to apply for job, internships and fellowships?
Got academic questions or concerns?
Want to learn about doing research?
Meet them Tuesdays via Zoom at Virtual Drop-in Advising @ El Centro
Tuesday 3-4 pm with:
Academic Advising (Lorena Castro)
Career Education (Jazmin Lopez, Miguel Jimenez, Jenny Roxas)
and Undergraduate Research (Jen Hope)
Alumni/Student Professional Networking Dinner
The Student/Alumni Professional Networking Dinner fosters and strengthens mentorship relationships between alumni and students. It aims to connect students and alumni with interests stemming through all professional fields. By creating a safe space to share experiences and knowledge, we produce a fruitful event. Each year, we pair students and alums with similar interests that makes for stimulating and powerful conversation. Through these discussions, students have the opportunity to learn from alumni about life in the workplace, issues particular to various fields and professions and ways to balance family life with community service and career. This annual winter event also provides students with the opportunity to network, learn about what it means to be a Stanford alumni and the many roles and responsibilities that come with that.