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Career Development Center

LSG 500, 607-777-2400

For information about credit and non-credit internships including eRecruiting, the CDC Internship (CDCI) Program and the Johnson City Mentor Program, resources on experiential education, volunteer opportunities, international experiences and summer opportunities.

Engagement and Volunteer Programs

CIW, 607-777-2875
Volunteer and community service opportunities

Office of International Programs

NAR-G1, 607-777-2336
For information on study-abroad opportunities

Individual departments

Many departments offer experiential opportunities such as credit-bearing internships. Check with your department and Faculty and department bulletin boards may have information on experiential opportunities


Discovery is a student-constructed sequence of courses, experiences, skills, and activities. It was created to help students learn more about themselves and the world around them; prepare for evolving educational and career responsibilities; begin lifelong learning; and consider making meaningful contributions to society.

Student Organizations

There are also a number of student organizations that have a volunteer component. A few examples are Student Volunteer Center, some Greek organizations, High Hopes, Golden Key, Adopt-a-School, Habitat for Humanity, Special Interest Housing: Community Service Module, and many more.


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Last Updated: 8/12/09