Cornell's Public Service Center provides local, national, and international public service opportunities to Cornell students, faculty, and alumni.

2016-2017 Statistics Stating 7,500 students volunteered, over 30,000 hours of volunteer service was completed, 292 students participated in the community work study program, and over 26,000 hours were worked in the local, non profit community.

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To view more events, go to the University Events Calendar and enter Public Service Center in the search bar.

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Students building a raised garden bed for Harlem Grown, an Alternative Breaks organization

Be Involved

Alternative Break trip to Harlem Grown Picture

Student Programs

Leadership Programs

PreK-12 Outreach Programs

Meet with a student Center Program Specialist (CPS) to help guide you through the various opportunities within the community and the Public Service Center. During the academic year email cupsc@cornell.edu to make an appointment.

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PreK-12 Program Job Openings!

We are looking for a work-study student to fill the position of PreK-12 Project Assistant. Visit here for more information!

Kaplan Family Distinguished Faculty Fellowship

The Kaplan Family Distinguished Faculty Fellowship is currently seeking applications till March 28, 2018.

Robinson-Appel Award Now Accepting Applications

 For more information click here.

Robinson Appel Information Poster

Work Study Opportunities Available!

Drivers needed for the Public Service Center

We are looking for Tutors and Drivers for the spring semester. Check out the PSC Job Listings!