* Mandatory for Financial Officers to gain access to your ASSU account.
Learn how to use the mygroups banking system, make financial commitments, process reimbursements, apply for on-campus funding and be efficient with all financial transactions. Also learn how to apply for ASSU funding, both discretionary and special fees, through mygroups, submit mygroups budgets and submit ASSU budget modifications. No RSVP needed.
Led by: ASSU/SSE Capital Group. Contact: email@example.com
* Mandatory for Presidents, Co-/Vice-Presidents, and Financial Officers of new VSOs.
Geared to presidents, financial officers, and project managers of student organizations; you will have an introduction to student organizations at Stanford, your role and university expectations. You will also learn how to use information about SAL, important policies, event planning and budgeting, and how to use CardinalSync budget.
Led by: Student Activities and Leadership. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For undergraduate VSOs interested in gaining access to the The Stanford Fund Partnership Program, you must attend a training and learn about the grant before you apply. We will review history, intentions of the program, and application details. There is a Spring application and a Fall application.
Led by: Student Activities and Leadership in conjunction with the Office of Development. Contact: Ankita Rakhe, email@example.com
See more information on the main TSF page.
The Haas Center offers signature workshops each quarter for Stanford students to develop knowledge and insight on key public service concepts. Open to all VSOs.
Lead by: The Haas Center for Public Service. Contact: TBD
See the list of workshops on the Haas site.
Haas and SAL offer a training for all student organizations who plan programs with youth, whether on or off-campus or for an event or on-going tutoring and mentoring. Learn about best practices including safety and emergecny training, and developmental appropriateness.
Led by: Student Activities and Leadership and Haas Center for Public Service. Contact: Ankita Rakhe, firstname.lastname@example.org or Rosy Capron, email@example.com.
*Mandatory for any student planning a party.
All students looking to host a party on behalf of a registered student group, house, dorm or Greek organization are required to complete the online party planning workshop and familiarize themselves with all party planning guidelines.
Lead by: Office of Alcohol Policy and Education (OAPE).