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Cornell University

David M. Einhorn Center for
Community Engagement

An integration of the Public Service Center and
the Office of Engagement Initiatives

Student Job Listings

Student Employment opportunities through the Cornell Work Study Program!

Upward Bound Summer Program Associate

Upward Bound, Cornell's regional outreach program for low income and first generation college bound high school students, is hiring summer program associates for its 6-week summer program. This paid position is for college students who want to be an integral part of academic and college equity, access, and success for local high school youth. Application acceptance and interviews will be done on a rolling basis. Priority deadline for applications is February 28, 2020. Final deadline is March 18, 2020.

Pre-K and Pre-College Programs Tutor

The Einhorn Centers's PreK-12 and Pre-College Opportunities Programs are hiring Tutors for the Fall Semester! Our tutors are motivated and dedicated individuals who provide tutoring and/or mentoring assistance and support to local school students. Tutors have the opportunity to be placed in the following programs: America Reads and America Counts Challenge, STEP (Science and Technology Entry Program), Upward Bound, and the 21st Century Afterschool Program.

Pre-College Opportunity Program Program Assistant

The Pre-College Opportunity Programs seeks Program Assistants that will make significant contributions to Upward Bound and Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP) in the Public Service Center. The Program Assistant will work with the Upward Bound Associate Director and/or STEP Assistant Direct to support the office logistics critical to the success of Upward Bound and STEP. These responsibilities include, but are not limited to, creating and reviewing documents; managing student and program data; and planning and coordinating Saturday Academy programs for students. Therefore, the ideal candidate must have a solid work ethic, intermediate computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Suite), and the ability to work independently.


The Cornell Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP) seeks motivated and passionate individuals to serve as SAT tutors for high school students involved in a New York State funded pre-college program facilitated in the Ithaca City School District. Tutors will follow a provided curriculum to guide small groups of 2-5 high school students in preparation for the SAT. Weekly meetings will be held on campus to prepare tutors for weekly Thursday tutoring sessions. Transportation from the Einhorn in Kennedy Hall will be provided to and from Ithaca High School.