Current Events and Programs for Students
Below you will find current and upcoming events sponsored by the Center for Civic
Engagement for students at Binghamton University. If you have any questions regarding
an opportunity, or you would like more information, reach us by e-mail at email@example.com
or contact the listed individual running that program.
Fall 2018 Events
Community Opportunities Fair
Noon-4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018
UU-Mandela and Old Union Hall
Interested in community service, local nonprofit internships, community-based research
opportunities and free t-shirts? You'll find all of that and more at the 9th Annual
Community Opportunities Fair!
Binghamton University's Center for Civic Engagement is gathering 80+ local nonprofit
and community organizations, student groups and faculty members in one place to provide
students with networking, collaboration and community engagement opportunities in
all facets of community life. Explore volunteer opportunities, CDCI internship sites
in the local community, academic courses with community components and more! This
is also your first chance to get the ever-popular and always free 2018 CCE t-shirt,
so don't miss it!
Bridging the Digital Divide Program
The majority of US citizens consider access to internet technology a given in their
everyday life. Here in Broome County there are many community members who don't; including
youth from economically stressed backgrounds, senior citizens, the unemployed and
under employed, immigrants, refugees, and formerly homeless individuals. The Center
for Civic Engagement (CCE) can use your help to get these people connected to the
Volunteer to TEACH basic computer literacy classes
- Curriculum and activities provided
- Learn from the CCE staff
- Work with other committed students
- Teach a group of community members who meet at a local nonprofit organization
- Teach computer literacy to help bridge the digital divide!
- Teach computer literacy using a tested, pre-developed curriculum.
Volunteer to REFURBISH computers for community members
- Learn new skills from a computer refurbishment expert and retired electrical engineer
with years of experience
- Work in an ON CAMPUS workshop
- Become familiar with hardware, software, and how computers operate
- Help deliver refurbished computers to community members
***No previous experience required, only the passion to improve the lives of Binghamton
community members by helping bridge the digital divide!***
Volunteer with Area Youth
Do you love working with children? Are you interested in volunteering this semester?
Check out some of the current opportunities to volunteer with children
we have available. If any of these opportunities interest you, or you would like more
information, please submit our Interest Form
. Completing the form is not a commitment to volunteering – it just allows us to learn
more about you and your interests so we can let you know about opportunities that
might appeal to you.
Community Emergency Response Team
The Broome County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is looking for new members
from Binghamton University. CERT is a group of civilians who are trained to become
better prepared to mitigate and respond to hazards and emergencies in their communities.
CERT members are trained in traffic control and highway safety, wilderness search
and rescue, CPR and First Aid, basics of community emergency preparedness and disaster
response, and shelter operations. The CERT responds to floods, severe storms, and
other natural disasters, and also to large fairs and events to provide logistical
support to professional emergency responders. Joining this team is a large but rewarding
time commitment. Because of the on-going obligation after training, this opportunity
is available to sophomores ONLY.