Explore opportunities to volunteer beyond Stanford GSB.
The Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies (nicknamed Seed) was founded in 2011 to bridge a critical gap in global efforts to address prosperity around the world. Our unique approach focuses on private sector job creation by transforming local and regional businesses with exceptional growth and impact potential.
Jobs and job creation are of critical importance to poverty reduction—jobs promote economic mobility as well as social cohesion and provide solid foundations for improving social and political stability. We are seeking Volunteer Business Coaches and Advisors.
Join Project Redwood, a philanthropic partnership uniting GSB alumni to alleviate poverty worldwide. Our expertise and grants help social entrepreneurs raise the living standard for hundreds of thousands through training, education and job creation. Connect and collaborate with fellow alums. Be part of this inspiring venture.
Alumni Volunteer Awards
Honors alumni volunteers who have demonstrated a history of strong commitment in many areas, frequently in a leadership role.
Awarded annually for distinguished volunteer leadership service to Stanford.
Awarded each year to an ACT volunteer.