Dr. Podolefsky AmeriCorps Fellowship Program at the Community

Dr. Aaron Podolefsky Fellowship Program
@ the Community Academic Center (CAC)
Buffalo State’s Center for youth and family programming on the West Side
Connect to our community,
Investigate the value of multiculturalism,
Receive an education award:
300 Hours of service = $1,174 Award
675 Hours of service = $2,114 Award
Tutoring Fellows:
Serve 300 hours during the
fall 2014 and spring 2015 semesters
Student Teaching Fellows:
Serve 675 hours; 200 hours in fall 2014 , and 475
during spring 2015 student teaching placements.
*Must be student teaching in spring 2015
*Must be at least a sophomore in GOOD standing
*Undergraduate and Graduate positions
available for all majors
Fall 2014 Part-time AmeriCorps positions
available for the following programs:
Making A Connection (MAC) Beginnings
Mondays and Wednesdays
 Peer tutor 17-21 year old refugee
students working towards their GED,
higher education, and career.
Elementary Literacy & Arts (EL&A)
Tuesdays and Thursdays
 Work with K-4 grade students from West
Buffalo Charter School in the CAC’s after
school program.
Buffalo Beginnings
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays
 Support newcomer refugee youth in
learning about their new environment.
US Citizenship Classes
Friday: 3:30-5:30pm
Saturday afternoons
 Study with adult refugees and English
Language Learners in preparation to take
the US naturalization test.
APPLY ONLINE TODAY, and view full program components and requirements
Please contact us at 716-878-3289 or [email protected] with any questions.