Volunteer with youth in local schools
The Binghamton University Community Schools initiative, a partnership between the College of Community and Public Affairs, the Center for Civic Engagement, the Broome County Promise Zone and local school districts, provides opportunities for Binghamton University students to volunteer and intern with local youth. Opportunities include:
- internships and volunteer positions
- class-based tutoring
- after-school tutoring and programs
- lunchtime engagement
- anti-bullying programs
- parent and family engagement
- event-based volunteerism
Through these programs, Binghamton University students provide academic assistance and social support to students in need of all ages, increasing their self-esteem and overall motivation for school work. Binghamton students also gain experience providing one-on-one and small group instruction in the classroom.
Current volunteer and internship opportunities
Find current openings in the CCE's Service Listings and fill out the interest form below to let us know you're interested in participating:
Someone from our office will follow up with you regarding opportunities that match your interest and availability after receiving your completed interest form.
Students who wish to participate in a CCE community-based program and who have previously been convicted of a felony will be asked about their prior criminal history. This may impede your ability to participate in certain programs. Contact Alison Twang with any questions or concerns.
2017-2018 Community Schools outcomes:
562 Binghamton University student volunteers, interns and service-learners served 27,174 hours in 6 local school districts, impacting 4,360 youth!