CLUE-IN Day is an annual event put on by the Stanford AISES chapter to give Native Students in the Bay Area (although we do welcome any prospective Native Student) an idea of what college life is really like. It includes student panels, speakers from the American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian Program Office and Stanford Admissions, lunch, campus tours, and a hands on Engineering Project.
The event takes place in April. For information about registration please contact the current Outreach Chair.
The Opportunity Job Fair is an annual career fair geared toward diverse students with STEM majors. It is put on by the School of Engineering in conjunction with the four Engineering diversity societies- AISES, SBSE (Society of Black Engineers), SWE (Society of Women Engineers), and SOLE (Society of Latino Engineers).
The fair brings top science and technology firms to campus from both industry and government. Students have the opportunity to learn about companies through career fair booths, a networking reception the evening before, and interview rooms.
For more information you can visit the Opportunity Job Fair website.
If you are a student interested in volunteering at the fair or holding a leadership role in the fair's planning please contact the AISES President