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Resources to launch your creative career

Career Toolkit

Assemble your toolkit for creative success.


Resumes tell the story of your education and accomplishments. You may need to tailor the format and content of your resume depending on how it will be used (e.g. focusing on artistic achievements when applying for project grants, highlighting leadership experience when applying to administrative opportunities, etc.)

We recommend that recent Stanford grads use a hybrid resume format. This style blends your academic, administrative/leadership, and artistic experiences into one document. 

Financial Wellbeing

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Self-Care for Creatives

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Navigating the Ecosystem

Find organizations and networks to support and sustain your creative practice.

Professional Associations

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Local Arts Agencies

Local arts agencies (LAA) are great resources for navigating opportunities and resources in your geographic area (or, if you’re producing work in another location, learning about that particular landscape.) Many LAAs offer workshops for developing your business and career acumen. Many also offer grants, work/rehearsal space, and community engagement opportunities.

Residencies & Fellowships

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Spaces & Equipment

Continue Your Training

Coming soon

Sabrina Wilensky 2018


Sabrina Wilensky (she/her)
Manager of Grants and Programs
Office of the Vice President for the Arts

Schedule a meeting (for students only)

Erina Alejo


Erina Alejo (they/she/siya)

Program Associate
Office of the Vice President for the Arts

Schedule a Zoom meeting (for students only)

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