Welcome

Stop by the Public Service Center to find out about Community Work Study, Volunteering, Leadership programs, Service-Learning programs and so much more!

Register for The Call to Action. The Call to Action will take place February 27th, from 11:30-4:00, in the Carol Tatkon Center. Lunch will be provided. Panels will include student leaders and a group of community leaders, along with Mike Bishop, director of Leadership Initiatives at Engaged Cornell, and Ethan Stephenson,  Associate Director North Campus Faculty Programs Office of the Provost for Undergraduate Education, presenting campus opportunities.

C2A will introduce students to the Ithaca and Tompkins county communities, highlight specific service opportunities, connect participants to campus resources, and provide strategies and approaches of how to effectively enter and serve local communities.

C2A is ideal for students who are dedicated to their academics and have a desire to take action, model collaborative leadership, and support the Tompkins County area. The institute will raise students' awareness of social justice efforts within our local communities while allowing students to explore their collaborative leadership skills and how to contribute in the most effective and authentic manner.

REGISTER HERE

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Get Involved


With over 30 student programs, you can get involved locally and nationally. Participate in one of our leadership programs to build your leadership skills. Work with children in one of the PreK-12 Outreach Programs.

Need help finding the right fit?
Meet with a student Center Program Specialist (CPS) to help guide you through the various opportunities within the community and the Public Service Center. Email cupsc@cornell.edu to make an appointment.

Volunteer

Check out one-time, local opportunities on the Hotlist. Explore over 30 student programs for more in-depth volunteer opportunities as well as community work study.

Announcements

Cornell Cares Day 2016 is still going on. Check out the Cornell Cares Day happening in your area this winter break.  

Get a Job

The Community Work-Study Program helps students who have a Federal Work-Study award work off campus with over 50 local non-profits. Do valuable community service and get paid! See our current PSC job listing