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CUNY Service Corps

300 Jay Street

Atrium Building (A-114)

Brooklyn, NY 11201

Phone: 718-260-5846

servicecorps@citytech.cuny.edu

Welcome to CUNY Service Corps @ City Tech

Application for the 2017-18 year is now closed. If you are interested in becoming part of the 2018-19 cohort, click here for more information.

The Service Corps gives students like you the chance to improve New York City's future - while gaining real-world work experience and earning $13 per hour. Students commit to serving in the program for one year from the Fall 2017 through Spring 2018 semesters for 11-12 hours per week. To find out more about the program's eligibility criteria, please visit www.cuny.edu/servicecorps

Program Benefits: PAID JOB + COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

  • $13 per hour
  • Earn up to $3,744
  • Work 11-12 hours a week for two semesters
  • Earn college credit in some cases
  • Work in one of 125 community partner sites

Potential Projects

  • Teaching senior citizens to use technology effectively
  • Analyzing neighborhood data in order to identify the most pressing issues
  • Helping New Yorkers with diabetes to navigate the healthcare system
  • Advocating for tenant's rights and providing eviction prevention services
  • Leading conversation groups to help immigrant New Yorkers practice English
  • Educating local communities regarding environmental issues and energy efficiency
  • Advocating for children during court proceedings

Potential Placement Sites

  • 9/11 Memorial & Museum
  • Brooklyn Navy Yard
  • Coney Island Hospital
  • Federal Reserve Bank of New York
  • Kings County District Attorney's Office
  • New York City Council
  • NYC Dept of Health and Mental Hygiene
  • Office of Manhattan Borough President
  • Rockefeller University
  • Teach for America
  • US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Click here to find a list of potential positions. To hear directly from students who have participated in the Service Corps, view this reflections video :