Our Mission: FLIP’s mission is to build a community and sense of belonging for FLI students and supporters in order to empower FLI students and raise awareness of class issues. We recognize the diversity of the FLI identity and perspective, and we seek to foster an open and respectful campus environment by advocating on behalf of the FLI community and facilitating cross-class dialogue.
What does FLIP do? In order to accomplish our mission and serve the FLI and greater Stanford community, here aresome events and resources we host and manage. Check out more resources in the resources page.
Big Sib, Lil Sib Program Connect one-on-one with a Stanford upperclassman, meet other first-gen and/or low-income students, and attend fun community-building events like barbecues, Jamba Juice and boba trips, and ice cream socials.
FLIP Frosh Internship Program Develop your leadership skills and awareness of FLI issues on campus. Work with FLIP on projects that serve the FLI Stanford student community.
FLIP Your Perspective Week (FYP) Participate in a campus-wide, week-long series of interactive events and workshops that explore the first-gen and/or low-income identity, as well as its intersection with other identities. Events from FYP Week 2015 include: Exploring Race and Class Through Pop Culture, Servicing FLI Communities, Class and Queerness, and Bay Area Inequality.