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.

Friday, January 23, 2009

Now Accepting Spring Applications!

REACH is now accepting applications from anyone interested in tutoring and mentoring local youth this semester!

All those who are interested in joining the fight to close the achievement gap should click on the link to the online application to your right. You can get information about the different volunteer and work study opportunities available through REACH by browsing the sites on the right or attending one of two upcoming information sessions.

The sessions will be held:

Thursday Feb 5, 5pm
GS Kaufman Auditorium

Monday Feb 9, 5pm
GS Lewis Auditorium

Now is the time to serve your community and work towards change right where you live. Hurry though as the deadline for applications is 11:59pm on Tuesday, February 16th!!!

If you have any questions at all don't hesitate to contact me at

Svante Myrick
Publicity Co-Chair
REACH Executive Board

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