Pace University Center For Urban Education - Lower Eastside/Chinatown AmeriCorps

Who Is Eligible:

Members provide in-class, after-school, and Saturday tutoring, and service-learning training to students in grades 6-12. High school students receive college, career, and academic counseling, as well as SAT and Regents preparation. Members work with local communities on child literacy development for new immigrants and urban low-income students in lower Manhattan.


Requirements:

The members help to recruit volunteers for service delivery and program sustainability, and serve as teaching assistants, tutoring students in classrooms and in after-school settings. In addition to the academic services provided, the program focuses on strengthening the community in the Lower East Side /Chinatown by building a corps of parent and community volunteers.


Deadline: See "How To Apply" for any applicable deadlines.
Amount: See "How To Apply" for additional information.
How to apply:

Contact: Lower Eastside/Chinatown AmeriCorps
Ms. Maria Iacullo-Bird
Program Director
41 Park Row, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10038
Phone: 212-346-1112
Fax: 212-346-1078
E-mail: miacullobird@pace.edu