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JC Mentor

The Johnson City Mentor Program is a partnership between Binghamton University and the Johnson City (JC) School District. Over 1,000 Binghamton University students have successfully participated in the program. The program’s objectives are to:

Provide Johnson City Middle School students with role models and extra academic support.
Provide an opportunity for Binghamton students to explore career options while serving the community.
Students who participate in the JC Mentor program will:

  • Gain experience in a secondary school setting
  • Work with people of diverse backgrounds and ages
  • Learn how to work with, and mentor, middle school students, and be a reliable academic and social support
  • Develop transferable workplace skills such as professionalism, communication, leadership, patience and more.

Click HERE for more information on the JC Mentor Program.

How to Apply

First-Time Applicant Instructions:

If you’ve never been a JC Mentor before, and are interested in participating, you must:

1. Login to hireBING and complete your profile.

2. Apply to the “Johnson City Mentor Program First Time Applicants” posting in hireBING.

Returning Applicant Instructions:

If you’ve participated in the JC Mentor Program before and would like to return, you must:

1. Login to hireBING and complete your profile.

2. Apply to the “Johnson City Mentor Program Returning Applicants” posting in hireBING.

Click HERE for more information on the JC Mentor Application Process.

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