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Virtual Resources

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Our digital resources are a valuable complement to in-person events and programs. These tools help tailor your career exploration and decision-making, research industries, and expose you to the varied world of work.

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Handshake

Handshake is an online platform that provides Stanford students with opportunitiesand connections related to their career aspirations and interests. Employers also access Handshake to post positions, create events, and connect with students. Use this platform for coaching appointments, job and internship searches, and finding career events that interest you.

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Stanford Alumni Mentoring (SAM)

We offer the Stanford Alumni Mentoring (SAM) platform to make it easier to reach out to alumni for career conversations. SAM is a database of over 5,000 alumni from a wide-range of identities, backgrounds, and industries – all of whom have volunteered to help you. These alumni are eager to pass on what they have learned to you and are happy to engage in career conversations no matter where you are in your career journey.

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Meaningful Work Kit

The Meaningful Work Kit can help you identify and prioritize what is most important to you at your core, work cultures that are a fit for you, and skills you enjoy using. You can schedule an appointment with a career coach to do the card sort activity or you can take this assessment by participating in the monthly Meaningful Work Insights program. To participate in a program, please register through Handshake

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Forage

Forage virtual work experience programs provide an opportunity for you to learn from top companies and set yourself apart. In self-paced programs, you’ll learn the skills companies look for in new hires BEFORE they hire you. You’ll complete tasks that mirror real life, watch video instructions from actual employees, and compare your work to model examples. 

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Interstride

Interstride is an interactive career platform that enhances the career exploration and job search process for international students. With web and mobile applications, it’s a one-stop-shop for career resources, from navigating the visa process and searching for jobs, to building one’s professional network. Sign in using your stanford.edu or alumni.stanford.edu email.

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Management Consulted

Management Consulted is the world’s leading resource on consulting news and prep. We have provided you with access to MC’s entire library of resources – 500+ cases, 7 online video courses, and 6 e-books (an $800 value!). In these resources (90+ hours of video content), you will learn the ins and outs of mental math, case and fit interviews, PowerPoint, Excel, and more – it's soup-to-nuts, A-to-Z coverage of everything you need to know to ace your consulting interviews.

  • Students register using your @stanford.edu  
  • Alumni register using your @alumni.stanford.edu 
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Big Interview

Use Big Interview to prepare for job, internship, and graduate school interviews! Big Interview provides training curriculum and video practice to help you improve your interview skills.

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Interfolio

Interfolio is an online credential file management service for colleges and universities. Visit Interfolio to register for a free account and visit the dossier section of the site.

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LinkedIn Learning

Use LinkedIn Learning, an online training library, which has over 13,000 courses covering business, technology and creative topics. Plus, it's free for Stanford students!

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Stanford Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Many Stanford departments and programs sponsor an undergraduate research program that provides financial support for students to work with Stanford professors on faculty-designed research projects.  Programs generally take place over the summer, but many support research during the regular academic year as well.