At CSI we attempt to stay connected to both our alumni and the community by offering many services and resources. Through our Continuing Education Offices and the Small Business Developmental Center at Staten Island, individuals are assisted in satisfying life ambitions the College of Staten Island-Staten Island Project (CSI-SIP) is designed to integrate the work of the College with the public affairs concerns of the people of Staten Island. To that end, it mediates and facilitates the collaboration of the College's faculty, students, and staff with government, civic organizations, and businesses in order to identify and assist in finding solutions to the borough's pressing public issues.
Here you will find many links to keep you updated, connected, and informed.
Kristin Golat selected as an inspirational Staten Islander
STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE — The Advance put out a call, looking for inspirational Staten Islanders, and the readers responded. Kristin Golat of Westerleigh has been more »
Aimee Horowitz heading de Blasio’s $150 million program for struggling schools
STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE — A longtime Staten Island educator will run a $150 million program designed to support the city’s struggling schools. Mayor Bill de more »
[video] CSI Macaulay Honors Alumnus Urges Reduced Meat Consumption for Health and the Environment
Brian Kateman, cofounder of the reducetarian movement, presented his initiative at The City University of New York’s historic TEDx event last semester. The initiative urges more »