Job Opportunity: Peace and Justice Fellowship Program Director
Stanford University’s Haas Center for Public Service and Diversity and First Generation (DGen) Office seeks a dynamic Program Director for the Emerson Peace and Justice Fellowship, a cohort program for students interested in addressing peace and justice issues in the broader community. The Haas Center serves as the hub of Cardinal Service, a campus-wide initiative to make service a distinctive feature of a Stanford education. The Haas Center inspires and prepares students to create a more just and sustainable world through service, scholarship, and community partnerships.
The Program Director will oversee development and implementation of Stanford University’s new Emerson Peace and Justice Fellowship (EPJF) initiative, aimed at preparing a new generation of ethical and effective civic leaders to tackle one of our most complex and intransigent problems: inequality. The goal of the EPJF initiative is to bring together resources from multiple units across campus to facilitate a dialogue-to-action pathway that helps undergraduate students build skills and habits that will lead to a lifelong commitment to peace and justice work. Through the fellowship, students will develop skills of democratic engagement and habits for effective action and advocacy while undertaking opportunities to hone and practice those skills through real world service experiences.