Join Stanford GSB alumni who volunteer their management talent to help nonprofits adapt, innovate, and grow.
Stanford GSB is committed to making lasting, positive change toward eliminating bias and racism beyond our community. To support this goal, ACT will undertake 50 projects by the end of 2025 for organizations that are committed to inclusion and racial equity.
ACT Continuing its Efforts to Explore New Ways of Sustaining Impact (updated 12/22)
Over the last three years ACT has responded to the global pandemic, shifted our work online and aligned our goals with the GSB’s Action Plan for Racial Equity. ACT is continuing its pause of service to address strategic questions regarding the sustainable pursuit of its mission in a changed and changing landscape. We’re making steady progress in this effort, thanks to the thorough commitment of an ACT team, and will provide additional information on this website in the not-too-distant future. We look forward to continuing to engage volunteers and serve nonprofit clients for many years to come.
Learn more about volunteer opportunities, project types, and our annual cycles.
Discover current and selected past projects, and learn more about our service areas.
Learn how ACT was founded and read about the impact ACT has had.
As a joint volunteer-staff-led program, ACT relies on alumni volunteers to fulfill leadership roles as Management Board members and Board Committee members. You can find just the right level of involvement for you, and find satisfaction in leading a high-impact program.
Impact over Time
Created by Stanford GSB alumni in 1987, ACT has grown to be one of the largest pro bono resource providers in the San Francisco Bay Area.