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

Stay in Service learn more about local effors to address the COVID-19 crisis and stay engaged in our local community 

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Campus and Community Engagement Showcase

Learn how to get involved with the Campus and Community Engagement units: Public Service Center, Campus Activities, Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life, and New Student Programs/The Tatkon Center.

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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

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Community Work Study Programs

Student Programs

Hot List- Volunteer Opportunities in our community

Contact cupsc@cornell.edu with any questions or to set up an appointment to learn more about the opportunities available.





Robinson-Appel Humanitarian Award and the Maribel Garcia Community Spirit Award will be due on Thursday, October 15, 2020.

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