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At Cabrini, students don’t just learn in classrooms. They learn in homeless shelters, after-school programs, and community-development organizations. That’s why the Wolfington Center is in charge of the service-learning component of Cabrini’s unique educational experience.

By offering students an array of jobs that support the greater community, students can receive both financial assistance and foundational social justice experiences. Our student positions are listed below.

Van Drivers
Van drivers are responsible for signing out vans from Public Safety and driving to designated locations based on participants’ needs. Drivers must return the van to Public Safety at the end of their shift and have a valid driver’s license with no violations for at least two years to keep this position. All candidates must view a driving safety video and pass a road test with Public Safety to be eligible.

      Federal Work Study is not required for this position.

Student Workers
Unfortunately there are no available student worker positions at this time. Please check back soon or contact Dr. Ray Ward at rew68@cabrini.edu for more information.

Community Workers
Students who qualify for Federal Work Study can earn their funds through our Community Worker Program. These students work off-campus at non-profit organizations that have partnerships with Cabrini.

      Interested? Learn more about our Community Worker Program.

GEAR-UP is a virtual mentoring and tutoring program focused on assisting 8th and 9th-grade students in Norristown, PA. Mentors work in teams of two to help develop students’ math, English, and social development skills.
      Interested? Learn more about our GEAR-UP mentors.
      For more information, please contact Eisa Patino at ep7005@cabrini.edu.

Next Steps AmeriCorps Program
The Next Steps AmeriCorps Program recognizes, trains, and supports Pell-eligible students through service and mentoring. Selected students will complete 300 hours of service in one calendar year, and, in exchange for that commitment, will receive leadership training, support from campus, PHENND, and fellow members, and participate in ongoing supervision and reflection activities.
      Interested? Learn more about AmeriCorps.
      For more information, please contact Jemmy Medina Raya at jhm65@cabrini.edu.