Welcome to ConnectED, the career resources unit of Stanford EdCareers at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Please utilize the below gateways to explore our offerings.
Individualized coaching, workshops, and knowledge sharing. All for you.
A variety of resources at the tips of your fingers, from self-discovery through employment.
GSE alum have lifetime access to EdCareers resources, including coaching, the database, and much more
Looking to hire part-time current student interns or full-time GSE graduates?
Students and managers share a mutual benefit in quarterly internships.
joined/launched an organization or continued their education
joined an organization
86% obtained an academic, research, or postdoctoral position
joined an organization or continued their education
75% working in an education-related organization
hired as teachers in PreK-12 public & charter schools
Through internships, collaborations with key partners in the education industry, and meaningful startups, Stanford GSE is impacting the field of education on many levels, from local to global. Explore just a few examples:
The Partnership matches researchers from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education with SFUSD district leaders to solve key problems of practice. Together, they create research projects that directly inform the school district’s work to transform teaching and learning for our children in the 21st century.
Founded by GSE alum Diane Tavenner, Summit Public Schools is a leading public school system that equips all students to lead a fulfilled life. It operates 11 schools in California and Washington, and shares its personalized approach to teaching and learning — Summit Learning — with more than 330 schools across the country for free.
Founded by GSE PhD alum Piya Sorcar, TeachAIDS is an award-winning nonprofit social venture which creates research-based interactive technologies to solve persistent problems in prevention education around the world. With more than 250 partners, and used in 82 countries, all TeachAIDS materials are made available for free.