The CUNY Service Corps has selected 96 organizations to serve as community partners this year. Our community partners include after-school programs, arts organizations and museums, community organizations, government agencies, criminal justice/prisoner re-entry organizations, CUNY research centers and specialized programs, economic empowerment organizations, older adult-serving organizations, environmental organizations, hospitals/medical facilities, immigrant-serving organizations, libraries, public health organizations, schools (K-12), and parks/wildlife organizations. For a complete list of our 2014-15 community partners and their service placements.

The locations and addresses of our service placements sites are listed here <pdf>.

Community Partner News

9/11 Memorial Highlights Contributions of Service Corps Members

The 9/11 Memorial recently highlighted the fact that students in the CUNY Service Corps have infused energy and enthusiasm into the Memorial's existing volunteer program.  A picture of Service Corps Member Andrei Stump from John >>


Materials for Current Community PartnerS

Below are materials to familiarize community partner supervisors with CUNY Service Corps policies and best practices.

Please contact with any questions or concerns about these materials.



Meet four of our 2013-14 community partners and learn how Service Corps students will support each community partner's mission.

Visiting Nurse Service of New York Eloise Goldberg “This is an opportunity to expose people to the nonprofit sector — how they work and how they can contribute, perhaps for a lifetime.” >>
Snug Harbor Lynn Kelly “If you think about it, we’ve all started somewhere as an intern or in a volunteer capacity.” >>
Economic Development
CUNY Citizenship Now! Andres Lemons "I started out at Citizenship Now! as a volunteer, and now I’m working for CUNY!” >>
American Museum of Natural History Alix Cottamacio “We view this partnership as an ideal way to bring CUNY students beyond their studies and into the world of careers.” >>