Learning for Exploration and Enrichment
Access Stanford Online’s wide catalog of courses, listen to university podcasts that tackle topics from democracy and neuroscience to climate change, or attend in-person, hybrid, and virtual events hosted by the Cantor Art Center. Other resources include a library of health information and encyclopedias devoted to philosophy and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Courses, Workshops, Events
Attend a workshop, take a course, or join us for an event on campus or online.
> Prenatal, Infant, and Child classes
> Pre-Teen, Teen and Parent Classes
> Leadership for Society (GSB)
Listen to any Stanford podcast, look at primary sources, or enjoy virtual tours and more.
> eCorner: Engineering Entrepreneurship
> Martin Luther King, Jr. Encyclopedia
> Self-Guiding Podcast Tours of Plants, Animals, and Science Art on the Stanford Campus
> Social Venture Planning Tools (Center for Social Innovation)
> Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Spend a year or two delving deeply into career growth or change, in collaboration with Stanford faculty and our community.
> Distinguished Careers Institute (for professional transitions)
> Hollyhock Fellowship Program (for teachers)