World-class fellowships and extracurricular activities for Stanford students passionate about entrepreneurship.
STVP provides many ways for students to expand their entrepreneurship education beyond the classroom. From one-on-one mentoring and small group events, to innovative, high profile fellowships, Stanford students can choose the experience that meets their needs and fits their busy schedules.
STVP welcomes students throughout Stanford to learn about our many opportunities to develop the knowledge, skills and mindset to be more entrepreneurial in life. If you’d like to chat in person with a fellow student about what STVP has to offer, our Entrepreneurship Associates are available to speak with you on a first-come, first-served basis, Monday, Wednesday, & Friday, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Otherwise, feel free to drop by during business hours and help yourself to informational material in our welcome area. Please enter through Suite 004 on the basement level of the Huang Engineering Center.
Having graduated over 200 fellows in the past 20 years, this intense nine-month work/study program is one of the most prestigious entrepreneurship education experiences in the country.
If you’re a Stanford junior, senior or co-term student looking for a chance to learn about technology entrepreneurship and to fully explore the Silicon Valley ecosystem – the Mayfield Fellows Program is for you.
This new STVP fellowship is for Stanford Engineering master’s students interested in leading entrepreneurial ventures. This accelerated experience allows master’s students to maximize their exposure to Silicon Valley in their limited time at Stanford.
The DFJ Fellowship Includes courses, workshops, professional development opportunities and the culminating experience of spending the summer working in a Silicon Valley startup.
Stanford Engineering PhD students get out of lab and into the world of entrepreneurship and tech commercialization in this unique fellowship opportunity.
Open to Stanford Engineering PhD students who have completed qualifying examinations, the Accel Innovation Scholars experience allows students to discover how to leverage their research background and develop their careers to become innovative problem solvers in the world.
Ever wanted to learn about entrepreneurship without adding course units? Sign-up for a Spark! These new, quick hits of entrepreneurial knowledge and skill are taught by Stanford lecturers or members of the local entrepreneurial community.
Each Spark consists of three night sessions, one night a week for three weeks. Sparks are open to all members of the Stanford community, but space is limited, so register early to claim your space to charge up your entrepreneurial mindset.
Sit down and break bread with Silicon Valley leaders to gain professional and entrepreneurial insights in a focused, but relaxed format. Lunch is provided at the Stanford Faculty Club by STVP.
Apply early for a spot at the next event, as each Leadership Lunch is limited to just six currently enrolled Stanford students.