Community Schools and Youth Programs
Volunteer Opportunities in Local Schools
The Community Schools and Youth Programs initiative is a partnership between Binghamton University, the Broome County Promise Zone and local school districts that provides opportunities for Binghamton University students to volunteer and intern with local youth and have a positive impact on the community.
Community Schools opportunities include:
- class-based tutoring
- after-school tutoring and programs
- lunchtime engagement
- anti-bullying programs
- parent/family engagement
- event-based volunteerism
- and more!
Through these programs, Binghamton University students provide academic assistance and social support to students in need, increasing their self-esteem and overall motivation for school work. These programs also give Binghamton University students experience providing one-on-one and small group instruction in the classroom.
Current Volunteer and Internship Opportunities
Find out what specific programs are currently available to students who are interested in volunteering or interning with local youth:
» Complete the Interest Form to let us know you're interested in volunteering or interning with local youth.
We will add you to our Community Schools and Youth Programs mailing list (separate from the CCE's general listserv), and contact you when volunteer or internship opportunities arise. Filling out the Interest Form is not a commitment on your part, 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. If you would like to be removed from this mailing list at any time, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, specifying you would like to be removed from the Community Schools and Youth Programs mailing list.
If you would like to know more, or if you have ideas or suggestions for additional volunteer or internship programs in local schools, please contact the Youth Engagement Coordinator at email@example.com or 607-777-2536. You can also stop by the Center for Civic Engagement office in UU-137.