About SAID (Stanford Association for International Development)

The Stanford Association for International Development is a voluntary student organization (VSO) at Stanford University dedicated to promoting awareness of international development on campus, training and educating the next generation of leaders in global development issues, and bringing together diverse campus resources such as students, faculty, campus centers, and student groups. We offer a number of programs that may be of interest to Stanford undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and staff. In addition, many of our events and all of our online resources are open to community members and individuals unaffiliated with Stanford.

2011-2012 year under way

“Thank you for your interest in the Stanford Association for International Development! This year SAID received many applications from talented students and we were able to assemble a great team. This is shaping up to be a great year for SAID!

If you’re interested in getting involved, come to one of our meetings! They are Mondays at 9pm, Room 216 in Old Union. Can’t come to the meetings, but want to stay updated on our events? Add yourself to our mailing list here! Hope to see you at one of our meetings or events!

-The SAID Staff”

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