We work to connect students to their neighboring communities in order to cultivate an awareness of community needs. In our office, students become civically engaged either through individual volunteerism, organizational involvement, events and opportunities that give students a valuable out-of-classroom experience, as well as provide opportunities to build their social capital. Community Outreach and Service Learning will also help students generate their own service and advocacy projects.
Yearly Events: Hunger and homelessness awareness workshops, Oxfam Hunger Banquets, Treats for Troops campaign. The office also maintains partnerships with organizations such as the Center for Court Innovation, New York Cares, Safe Horizon, Just Food, St. Paul the Apostle’s Soup Kitchen, and many otherss.
APPLY TO CUNY SERVICE CORPS
- Earn $13/hour
- Make a meaningful difference through service
- Receive 3 college credits
CUNY Service Corps is mobilizing CUNY students to work on projects that improve the short- and long-term civic, economic and environmental sustainability of New York City and of its residents and communities. Students who become Service Corps members make a meaningful difference through service while gaining valuable real-world experience, earning a wage ($12/hour), and where appropriate, receiving college credit. If you want to learn more about the program come to one of our last info sessions.
To apply visit www.cuny.edu/servicecorps.
PRIORITY DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2017
FINAL DEADLINE: SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 2017
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APPLY TO THE COMMUNITY SERVICE COUNCIL
- Earn $500 per semester
- Gain Leadership experience and job training
- Network with the John Jay community
- Plan and implement your own events and service projects
The Community Service Council is a PAID on-campus leadership position within the Office of Community Outreach. Council members commit to serving for the academic year (September-May) and earn a $500 stipend each semester after completing 125 hours of service. Council members get to plan, staff and promote events focused on raising awareness about social issues in the community. For more information about this exciting opportunity, stop by The Office of Community Outreach in L.72.
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