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Our Culture We're on a mission for lifelong learning

At the heart of Stanford's culture is a genuine love of and deep passion for continued education. We're passionate about enabling a culture of collaboration, excellence and continuous learning that enables our impressive mission. We're enthusiastically working to progress the frontiers of knowledge, inspire innovation and creativity, and ultimately prepare our community to think broadly, deeply and critically about the world's problems—and how to best be of service in an increasingly connected world.

One team, one mission Working together towards our collective future

Whether you’re contributing to our mission of excellence from a classroom, a laboratory, from our campus grounds, an office or online—we’re on the same team. It’s about us. It’s about all 18,000 faculty and staff members who make Stanford one of the greatest places to work as we solve real-world problems while embracing what drives us forward—integrity, diversity, respect, freedom of inquiry and expression, trust, honesty, and fairness.

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A collective learning mindset

As committed lifelong learners, we're driven by curiosity and the ambition to grow and evolve through education. And that means opening doors to and supporting you in accessing the very best formal and informal learning opportunities out there. We want everyone who works at Stanford to meet their life goals and reach their full potential.

Embracing the strength of our differences

Our commitment to belonging starts at the top. We're serious about rectifying inequities and making the necessary institutional and cultural changes required to shape an open, free and collaborative culture where everyone belongs and is empowered to contribute fully. We know that our continued success is dependent on furthering our diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in our research and educational mission, at home and on our campuses.

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Work-life integration

Ranked in top for work-life balance and job satisfaction. The Chronicle of Higher Education ranked Stanford in the top five nationally for work-life balance and job satisfaction. We asked our employees what "work-life integration" means for them:

Bhavya Gupta Portrait

The culture of learning and growth is the one that I appreciate the most about Stanford! We all are seen as leaders and encouraged to take ownership and lead from where we are.

Bhavya Gupta

Office of the Vice President for Business Affairs and Chief Financial Officer

Michael Breger Portrait

Any position at Stanford will have you interfacing with some of the world's top scholars and specialists. There is always some talk to attend, some program to make use of, or some employee perk to help you on your own journey.

Michael Breger

School of Humanities and Sciences

Monica Chua Portrait

Stanford values personal growth, in whatever way that matters to you. Whether you're looking to learn a new skill, develop as a leader, nurture your purpose, or live a life of life-long-learning, you'll find the support you need.

Monica Chua

Stanford Alumni Association

Jenny Fausel Portrait

I have never worked in a place that creates an environment that respects and values individual differences across the board more than Stanford. It makes me so proud to say that I work here.

Jenny Fausel

Office of the Vice President for Business Affairs and Chief Financial Officer

Danielle Osburg Portrait

The culture is rooted in a growth-mindset and supporting employees is just part of who Stanford is. Every person here wants you to feel and be confident in your community, role and future.

Danielle Osburg

School of Medicine

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