**Stanford Resources for Students Interested in Math**

### 1. Peer Advisors

Our department peer advisors hold office hours three times a week and are available to answer any of your questions. Find out more about this quarter advisors on our Peer Advisors webpage. .

### 2. SUMO

Stanford University Mathematical Organization (SUMO) is dedicated to promoting mathematics on the Stanford campus and elsewhere by hosting various events and providing tutoring resources. This organization is open to math majors, non-math majors, and graduate students.

### 3. DRP

The Directed Reading Program (DRP) matches undergraduates one-on-one with graduate students in the department to pursue quarter-long mathematical independent reading projects.

### 4. BEAM

Stanford BEAM: Bridging Education, Ambition & Meaningful Work provides online and in-person career planning resources including job/internship searches (for both academic and non-academic searches), resume, cover letter and CV writing, interviewing and job talk preparation, self-assessment, networking, and more.

**External Organizations**

### 1. AMS

The American Mathematical Society (AMS) offers many resources on their AMS For Students page, including information about math programs, graduate school, research, careers, and more.

### 2. MAA

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) offers many resources on their Undergraduate Student Resources page, including math meetings, research, careers, links to other organizations, and more.