REACH stands for Raising Education Attainment Challenge. The REACH Program at the Cornell Public Service Center is a student initiative consisting of Team Leaders, America Reads/Counts Challenge tutors (ARCC), and volunteer tutors committed to supporting community organizations and schools serving children’s academic and social needs.

The purpose of the program is to recruit and mobilize a diverse, talented group of tutors so that they may have the necessary resources, peer support, and leadership to assist in the enhancement of academic achievement of children and youth in grades pre-K-12th.

Monday, September 15, 2008

It's not too late to join REACH

You still have a chance to:
Tutor Kids
Get Paid through work-study
Make a Difference

REACH is an organization that places over 100 Cornell students at over 20 sites in and around Ithaca. Students act as tutors and mentors for all age ranges - from nursery school to high school - and in all subjects.

REACH is a great way to make friends, connect with the community, and make a difference.

You will find the brief application to join, and more information about each site on the right of this page! APPLY NOW!

Svante Myrick