Students make impacts during Spring Break

This year’s Alternative Spring Break project was the largest yet, with 92 students traveling to seven locations around the U.S., ranging from the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, to Elm Mott, Texas, to Chicago and Atlanta. Read More

Art Interest Group nets $1300 for hunger relief project

Cornell commits to Real Food Challenge goals

DiCicco’s commitment to service leads to City Year post

Civic Engagement Office


The Civic Engagement office is Cornell's connection to a wide range of service opportunities, internships, and events.  Check out our office programs or contact our staff to explore how you can get involved.

Civic Engagement Minor

The college recently established a minor in civic engagement, providing students the opportunity to integrate civic lessons learned in the classroom with real-world service projects. 

Civic Engagement Newsletter

The Civic Engagement Newsletter includes all of the events and opportunities available from the Civic Engagement Office, as well as notable news clips, blog posts, journal articles, and other interesting finds. If you would like to submit an event or suggestion for the newsletter, please contact the office. Find past copies of our CEO Newsletter in our archive.