I’m Stanley Quan, a fourth-year undergraduate majoring in Business and Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley. I’m an avid learner with optimism and interest in health, social media, change-making, and organizations that care.
This blog is just a little glimpse into my adventures and musings as I learn about life and who I am as a person. In reading my thoughts, I hope that you will be able to take away something meaningful.
One of my favorite quotes is: “Live to learn. Learn to live.”
Through all of my experiences, I strive to learn to become a better person.
Feel free to comment and share your thoughts and opinions. They’re always welcome.
At Cal, I’m involved with several organizations on campus:
I am a Co-Chair of Camp Kesem Berkeley, a college chapter of the nonprofit organization Camp Kesem National. We work throughout the year to fundraise and plan a free weeklong summer camp for kids whose parents have or have had cancer. Our goal is to give them a magical summer camp experience where they can “just be kids” and have fun amongst a group of peers they can relate to.
I am one of three Founding Members and former Director of Operations of Cal Do Something, an official chartered chapter of DoSomething.org founded upon the principles of providing a platform for social entrepreneurship and volunteerism. We believe that young people have the power to make a difference. It is our aim to inspire, support and celebrate a generation of doers: people who see the need to do something, believe in their ability to get it done, and then take action.
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