Project SERVE

MAKING A DIFFERENCE,
ONE COMMUNITY AT A TIME

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Purpose:

Project SERVE is a platform that focuses on encouraging staff, faculty, and students to support, educate, recognize, validate, and engage (SERVE) underserved communities around the globe through the utilization of their non-technical and technical skills in computer science, information science, and statistics and data science.

In an effort to accomplish this, Cornell Bowers CIS Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will collaborate with the David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement, Cornell University Police, and student organizations to identify opportunities for members of the Cornell Bowers CIS community to participate individually or collectively in community-engaged learning and public service activities.

Focus Areas:

Technology Support and Website Design

Volunteers provide technical support and website design to startups and non-profit organizations.

Environmental Sustainability

Volunteers use their skills to create a more sustainable environment for communities and ecosystems to thrive.

Civic engagement

Volunteers work to protect public values; conduct community research; and advocate for access, equity, justice, and economic empowerment.

K-12 Mentorship

Volunteers help broaden the participation of marginalized populations in computing and information science.

Together, We Can Make A Difference

If you are interested in learning more about Project SERVE, please email the Cornell Bowers CIS Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at dei-office@cis.cornell.edu.