Endowment 101

Oswego Endowment 101

By definition, an endowment is when a donor makes a gift with the understanding that the college will never spend the original gift, just a portion of the investment earnings. The gift exists in perpetuity — that is, forever — and benefits all generations of SUNY Oswego students and the college’s programs. Most often, we

International internship

Fabian Loeprick ’10, right, interned during the summer at Korn/Ferry International’s Washington, D.C., offices in a placement arranged by Nels Olson ’89, left, managing director of the Eastern Region and a member of the board and CEO and corporate affairs practices at KFI.

An alumni connection meant the world to an Oswego senior looking for experience in the fast-paced field of executive recruiting. Fabian Loeprick ’10 interned this summer at Korn/Ferry International’s Washington, D.C., offices, thanks to Nels Olson ’89, managing director of the Eastern Region and a member of the board and CEO and corporate affairs practices at KFI.