Community Engagement

Many Cornell students are interested in finding public service opportunities. Cornell’s David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement offers a wide range of opportunities for students who want to collaborate with community partners, and make a positive difference in peoples’ lives, the Ithaca community, and the world.

Community Work Study Program

Gain real-world job skills while working with a Tompkins County nonprofit organization, school, or municipality. Imagine using your Federal Work Study to work with professionals in fields such as literacy, mental health, environmental conservation, and more.

Einhorn Center Student Programs

The Einhorn Center offers social justice and leadership programs, funding, and more, nationally and internationally.

Local Volunteering

Serve the Cornell community and others in the area.

Community-Engaged Learning Courses

Cornell offers 250+ courses where students earn academic credit while engaging with local, national, and global community partners.