Student Employment Opportunities
SUNY CCC is looking for passionate and dedicated students to join our team for the 2020-201 academic year. We have several CCC departments and local businesses loooking to hire work-study and non work-study students. The student employees will be an important part of providing day to day operations and programming. These employment opportunites are great resume builders and a great to learn new skills and network. Applicants must be in good academic standing and currently enrolled at the SUNY Corning Community College. Please click on the link below to view all open positions.
Click here to see and apply for on and off-campus student jobs.
The Diversity Center will a list of scholarships available to students from the SUNY CCC and other organizations. A complete list of existing SUNY CCC scholarships identifies all named funds and corresponding criteria. Eligibility is not based on financial need for all awards. Below are list of current scholarships, more to come.
SUNY CCC Scholarships
- Charles A. Hill '84 Scholarship - available to full-time students; one (1) who is an African American male and participates in extra-curricular activities, and one (1) who is an African American parent.
- Georgia M. Verdier '74 Honorary Scholarship - available to a full-time student who is committed to social justice issues and public service and who participates in SUNY CCC's Diversity Center's programs and workshops.
- Rita Reimanis Scholarship to Promote International Understanding - available to a full-time student who possesses an interest in the promotion of international understanding through education and experience.
- Werner International Scholarship - available to a full-time international student who has an excellent academic record and exhibits an interest in promoting international understanding.
OutdoorStack - award amount $1500, apply at https://outdoorstack.com/finaid.
The Diversity Center supports and connects students in a setting where students’ differences, voices, and talents are guided, appreciated, reinforced, and empowered. We offer programs and initiatives that increase awareness and engage the community in support of this commitment. At the core and intersection of many of our initiatives is mentoring.
Our mentorship program focuses on the professional and personal development of the student. A healthy mentorship encompasses active listening, empathy, advice giving, support, open communication and respect.
We highly recommend students to have a mentor/advsior while at SUNY CCC. To request a mentor please please apply here.
SUNY Corning Community College on partnership with Clinical Associates of the Southern Tiers provides counseling services to our SUNY CCC students.
The SUNY CCC Student Assistance Program (SAP) provides free, confidential support for students and their immediate families. Counselors are available to help with stress, relationship and family issues, depression and anxiety, anger management, substance use/abuse, and more. The College is pleased to partner with Clinical Associates of the Southern Tier to be able to provide on-campus as well as virtual appointments.
Students can get more information or make an appointment through email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by stopping by the SAP office in Room 122 of the Gymnasium, by phone at 607-936-1771, or by completing the on-line intake at our website https://www.clinicalassociates.org/sap-services.
SAP is also available to provide on-site training for faculty, staff, and students on an array of topics, such as Communicating with Students under Stress, Signs and Symptoms of Personal Distress, Mental Health Awareness, Stress Management, and Time Management and Mindfulness.
Clinical Associates of the Southern Tier has office locations in Corning, Elmira, and Ithaca.
The Diversity Center and SUNY CCC school offer many extracurricular opportunities to foster and support a culture that values diversity. The Diversity Center supports students organizations/clubs and works with SUNY CCC clubs. Here are few clubs/organizations on campus
Sexual Assault/Violence Empowerment Group (S.A.V.E)
The goal of S.A.V.E is to provide support and and a safe space for survivors fo sexual assault and viloence/ We to seek educate students and increase discussion about legal issues surrounding domestic violence (DV) and sexual assault (SA). S.A.V.E works to assure that survivors of sexual assault are treated with dignity and compassion and to affect changes in the way the legal system, medical institutions and society as a whole respond to survivors. Contact Rayne Robateau at email@example.com or Babatunde Ayanfodun, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
My Brother's Sister's Keeper
This purpose of this club is to improve the representation of men and women of minorities at all levels of SUNY CCC. To integrate people within the college to reach a communal understanding of diversity through a shared knowledge and resources brought to us by participating club members and faculty members. It's a club for cultural enrichment. Contact Babatunde Ayanfodun, email@example.com for more information.
Corning Pride Club
SUNY CCC Pride is a club that represents students who are a part of the LGBTQ community. SUNY Pride supports all students on campus including allies. Contact Dan Duzy at firstname.lastname@example.org and Hannah Jones at email@example.com.
This organization connects veterans with not only other veterans but fellow students who support them. Bridging the gap between military life and student life at SUNY CCC while easing the transition into a successful academic future. Working to not only inform veterans of their benefits and rights but also promote campus-wide fellowship among veterans and non-veterans. NOTE: All veterans, whether members of this student club or not, have access to a veterans office space in the lower level of the Commons building, M128. Contact Ryan Steinberg, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
Are you a student that is interesed in one of the clubs, student employment, or being part of the Diversity Center? Are you a community member/local business that has a position that needs to be filled, needs volunteers, and/or want to collaborate with Diversity Center? Please contact Babatunde Ayanfodun at email@example.com for more information.