Andrei is our Student of the Month for November 2013. In his own words: I work at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. I’m helping people to be informed about what’s going on at the Memorial, providing information about the new design, explaining what the pool signifies, providing as much education as possible for people who […]
John is our Student of the Month for October 2013. In his own words: The CUNY Service Corps gives students the opportunity to take the initiative that more people should take. I saw so much pride for CUNY at the launch event for everyone at John Jay. The students in the Service Corps are really […]
The 9/11 Memorial recently highlighted the fact that students in the CUNY Service Corps have infused energy and enthusiasm into the Memorial’s existing volunteer program. A picture of Service Corps Member Andrei Stump from John Jay appears in this official Memorial blog: https://www.911memorial.org/blog/cuny-students-boost-volunteer-program
The Service Corps launch was covered by several NYC news outlets.
The City University of New York officially launched the CUNY Service Corps on Friday, September 27, at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. The nearly 750 students in the Service Corps along with the program’s community partners, college and central office staff, and important program stakeholders gathered to congratulate the students who successfully completed the […]
On Friday, September 13, the Pre-Service Training launched at our 7 participating colleges. Students enjoyed a theatrical piece performed by the CUNY Creative Arts Team as well as team-building activities. During the next two weeks, Service Corps students will participate in the program’s mandatory 14-hour training, which explores civic engagement and workplace readiness.
On Thursday, August 22, over 700 members of the CUNY Service Corps met with community partner representatives at a Matching Fair, which took place at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Both students and community partners introduced themselves to one another…
Since its origin as the Free Academy in 1847, The City University of New York has embraced its mission to educate
The Service Corps is organized around themes that represent both opportunity and need: • A Healthier City: Corps members will address important community and public health issues, such as chronic disease management, childhood obesity, lead poisoning prevention, infant mortality, violence prevention, nutrition, and food security. • A More Resilient and Greener City: Students will support […]