Make a place
Cornell ILR’s extension history begins with Buffalo. Since 1946, ILR has played a vital role in the region, working in partnership with businesses, unions, government, education and community organizations to build an economy that works for all. High Road Fellowships were launched in 2009 as a new way to connect students with practitioners who were driving change in the local economy. Undergoing dynamic reinvention, Buffalo is home to a rich array of such creative community leaders and organizations tackling rust belt challenges.
Make it work
Through the High Road, fellows are in Buffalo for eight weeks in June and July. They earn a living wage for 300 hours over the course of the summer. Each has a unique individual project through their host organization. Fellows work with their host organizations Monday through Thursday and then participate in group programming on Fridays with workshops, panel discussion, and tours around the city. View the current lineup of summer placments and projects for 2020 here (PDF, 798 KB).
Make it happen
The 2020 program will run June 1st – July 24th.
A required one-credit pre-course, ILR 3052 Community Controlled Economic Development: The Case of Buffalo NY, will be held in the spring semester as follows: Saturday, April 11th (9:00-11:30am) » Wednesday, April 15th (7:00- 9:30pm) » Wednesday, April 22nd (7:00-9:30pm) » Wednesday, April 29th (7:00- 9:30pm) » Saturday, May 2nd (9:00-11:30am)
An application, resume, and transcript are required. Group housing is facilitated.
Applications for Summer 2020 are now closed. Students will be notified by February 14, 2020.
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