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K-12 Outreach Programs Driver

This semester the Cornell Public Service Center will facilitate academic tutoring in 12 partner schools in the local and regional community through the Upward Bound program, the Science and Technology Entry Program, and the 21st Century Afterschool Program. These programs require that Cornell University tutors have transportation to and from our partner schools in the afternoon Monday through Thursday. As a driver, you will facilitate this transportation using program vehicles.

Responsibilities & Expectations

Drivers for K-12 Outreach Programs will be assigned to drive between Cornell and one of the local or regional middle or high schools we serve on schedule that meets the needs of the tutoring program at that individual school. In general, drivers will need to have availability between 2pm and 6pm at least one day each week Monday through Thursday.

  • Drivers must be available to drive at least one day per week from September 17th through December 4th.
  • Drivers must complete paid training to be approved to drive Public Service Center vehicles.
  • Drivers must be approved by Cornell's Risk Management Department (Hiring contingent on this).
  • Drivers must successfully complete necessary van training and testing (Hiring contingent on this).


The ideal candidate must:

  • Have had a valid driver's license for 3 years with a clean driving record.
  • Be comfortable driving minivans and 12 passenger vans.
  • Be able to reliably work between 2-6pm at least one day per week Monday through Thursday.


$15/hour. Federal Work Study or Cornell Tradition funding required to receive compensation. Non-paid volunteers may apply.


Please send a resume and cover letter to Be sure to discuss your commitment to safety and reliability in the. cover letter as well as your afternoon availability for the fall 2018 semester.


Please contact Kurt Sarsfield via email at