Get experience, earn some cash, get involved...
Performance: Carl Whidden's "A Christmas Carol"
Actor Carl Whidden returns to SUNY Oswego to reprise the role of Scrooge that he played as an Oswego student. But this time, he plays the other roles as well, bringing to life all the memorable characters who inhabit the holiday classic. His solo performance is a 40th anniversary celebration of the elaborate holiday productions once staged by local theatre legend Rosemary Nesbitt, formerly of the SUNY Oswego theatre faculty. $18 ($5 for SUNY Oswego students). 312-2141, including parking in lot E-6 in front of Culkin Hall or nearby E-18 lot. http://www.oswego.edu/arts
Location: Ballroom, Hewitt Union
Friday, Dec 6, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Men's Ice Hockey, Oswego vs. Plattsburgh
$8 (free for SUNY Oswego students with ID) at tickets.oswego.edu. 312-2488.
Location: Arena, Campus Center
Saturday, Dec 7, 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Women's Ice Hockey vs. SUNY Canton
$4 for adults, $2 for 5-17years, free for children under the age of 5, free for SUNY Oswego students with ID. Tickets may be purchased at tickets.oswego.edu. 312-2488
Location: Oswego, NY- Campus Center Ice Arena
Friday, Dec 6, 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Women's Basketball vs. Plattsburgh
$6 adults, $4 children 5-18, and free for SUNY Oswego students with ID and children under 5. Tickets may be purchased at tickets.oswego.edu. 312-3073.
Location: Oswego, NY- Max Ziel Gymnasium in Laker Hall
Friday, Dec 6, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
GOLD Third Thursdays
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Location: Various Cities
Thursday, Dec 19, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
GOLD Third Thursdays
Visit http://www.facebook.com/events/453070221388940 for the latest locations or suggest your own!
Location: Various Cities
Thursday, Jan 16, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
If you are looking for a job on campus (or an internship, volunteer, graduate assistant, or work study position - or more...) then cruise through SUNY Oswego's "Job-a-Rama"!! Earn some cash, gain experience, get great references, and get involved! We'll have lots of campus departments on hand to talk about opportunities for this Spring as well as next year.
Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Swetman Gymnasium (Next to the Compass)
Directory of Participating Departments
|Alumni & Development||PAID POSITIONS
Archive Project Assistant/Photographer
This student employee assists in our digital photo archiving project, which includes photo scanning, metadata entry and digital organizing. Experience in photography is preferred as this employee will shoot photo and video at special on-campus events as needed.
The Telefund office consists of 26 student callers who contact more than 60,000 Oswego alumni, friends and parents annually.
Telefund students call on behalf of The Fund for Oswego, which benefits the
The Fund for Oswego helps both students and campus programs, raises money for scholarships, building renovations, computers, and other classroom equipment.
Student callers are committed to helping maintain and improve the SUNY Oswego
experience for students. These students value the education they are receiving at Oswego and realize the life-long advantages it provides. Our Telefund callers are not only calling to ask for support, they are also calling to say thank you.
The Office of Alumni and Parent Relations is seeking interns to assist in the operation of several programs in the office. This is an excellent opportunity to gain professional experience in public relations, interpersonal communication, time and organizational management, and working with a variety of computer programs. These positions will also allow opportunity to meet alumni of the institution and give insight into the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations.
These internships are non-paid, credit bearing, and require participation in an internship course. The average hours of work are 8 per week, generally between the hours of 8:00am-4:30pm but will include evening and weekend obligations. The internships are:
This internship is open to any student with an interest in reporting, writing and editing. The intern helps with writing profiles, proofreading, fact-checking copy and archiving photos for the tri-annual OSWEGO alumni magazine, monthly Lake E-ffect enewsletter and monthly Oswego Parents enewsletter. This is a one-semester internship.
ASK (Alumni Sharing Knowledge) Coordinator
The ASK program is an alumni/student mentoring program. The ASK Coordinator
manages the program by processing student applications, meeting with students,
matching them with alumni, and conducting all follow-up and evaluations. Strong
communication and administrative skills are necessary, as the primary role will be
to coordinate and facilitate meetings with students, oversee correspondence between students and alumni, and keeping detailed records of all aspects of the program. The position will also occasionally assist the ASK Public Relations Intern with promotion the ASK program to faculty, staff and students through a variety of means including presentations, advertisements and attending fairs. This is a yearlong internship.
ASK (Alumni Sharing Knowledge) Public Relations Internship
The ASK program is an alumni/student mentoring program The ASK Public Relations promotes the ASK program to faculty, staff and students through a variety of means including presentations, advertisements, maintaining the ASK website and attending fairs. The Public Relations intern is also responsible for promoting of the program among the current alumni mentors by creating communications to share updates such as emails and newsletters. Strong oral and written communication skills are necessary, as the primary role is to promote the ASK program through a variety of means to a variety of audiences. The position will also occasionally assist the ASK Coordinator with meeting with students and matching them with alumni. This is a yearlong internship.
Senior Class Program Coordinator
The Senior Class Planning Committee plans events for seniors throughout the academic year including Senior Orientation, 100 Nights Celebration and all Senior Week activities. The Senior Class Coordinator manages all the central office logistics for the Senior Class Planning Committee including recruiting members, planning events, advertising, preparing newsletters and overseeing all Senior Week activities. This is a yearlong internship.
Senior Class Philanthropy Coordinator
Each year, the Senior Class raises funds toward the class gift. The Senior Gift Coordinator manages this process by working with the Senior Class Planning Committee and other campus constituents to solicit donations via newsletters, e-mails, events, and Telefund calling. The Senior Class Philanthropy Coordinator also serves as a member of the Senior Class Planning Committee and assists the Senior Class Program Coordinator with planning for all Senior Class events. This is a yearlong internship.
Senior Class Public Relations Coordinator
Each year, the Senior Class raises funds toward the class gift. The Senior Gift
Coordinator manages this process by working with the Senior Class Planning Committee and other constituents to sell senior class t-shirts. This includes coordinating a Class Logo Competition, collecting suggestions for the Top Ten Reasons You Know You re an Oswego Alum list, working with the Senior Class Planning Committee to vote on the final t-shirt design, and organizing the logistics of ordering and distribution of t-shirts. The Public Relations Coordinator also serves as a member of the Senior Class Planning Committee and assists the Senior Class Program Coordinator with planning for all Senior Class events. This is a yearlong internship.
|ARTSwego||ARTSwego serves as a catalyst for bringing high quality arts programs to the campus that enhance the cultural environment of the College, through arts forms and performances different from those offered by the mass market. We are looking for students interested in the arts and arts management with aptitudes in journalism, social media, program management, creative writing, and with the drive to succeed at a high level. For more information please visit: www.oswego.edu/arts
|Campus Life||Understand and accurately communicate general information about Campus Center programs, facilities and policies
Understand and accurately communicate general information about the College and campus events.
Provide general information about the College and campus events.
Open and close the Campus Center Welcome Desk.
Ensure that the conduct and behavior of all patrons is consistent with College and building policies.
Monitor and provide event support in buildings as assigned.
Assist individuals and organizations by providing access to facilities reserved for their use.
Review room set ups prior to event. Other duties as assigned.
|Campus Recreation||Campus intramural, club sport, and open recreation programs provide students, faculty and staff with opportunities to participate in a wide variety of formal and informal, skilled and unskilled activities designed to promote health and wellness. Services offered by Campus Recreation include facility reservations and general assistance to registered sport clubs.|
|Campus Technology Services (CTS)||We seek SUNY Oswego students who enjoy working with and assisting others with computer related technology. There are positions for just about any skill level with most requiring no previous experience. Descriptions of available positions can be found at http://www.oswego.edu/cts/help/recruitment.html.|
|Career Services at the Compass||The Office of Career Services is looking for dependable, responsible, organized students with an exceptional work ethic to fill several positions within our office. Stop by our table for position descriptions and to submit your resume/application.|
|Center for Service Learning & Community Service||The Center for Service Learning and Community Service offers on-going and one-time service opportunities for students. Stop by our table to sign up for Mentor Oswego or Adopt-A-Grandparent or to learn about other opportunities in the Oswego community. We are also still accepting applications for Alternative Spring Break in March! Travel to a new state (Iowa, Mississippi, and more) to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, children, and more. Applications are available at our table.|
|Cooperative Education||Six month, Full-time, Paid, Professional Employment Opportunities related to your major|
|Curriculum & Instruction Advisement Office||The Curriculum & Instruction Advisement Office serves undergraduate students in Adolescence Education, Childhood Education and TESOL Education majors. We offer positions for matriculated Graduate Students who will help with advisement, webpage development, newsletters, database management, and more. We also offer Work Study positions for undergraduate students who are eligible for Federal Work Study.|
|Division of Extended Learning||The Division of Extended Learning serves the needs of part-time students and working adults who are interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree by taking courses during evenings, weekends and online. We offer both credit-bearing and non-credit bearing courses on a part-time basis on campus, online and off campus at our Metro and Phoenix Centers, in addition to non-credit professional development courses and customized training programs for businesses and organizations. We also administer SUNY Oswego's Summer Sessions and WinterSession, as well as residential summer English language programs for international high school, undergraduate and graduate students. Employment opportunities within the division include work study, temp service and GA positions at all three locations.|
|Fitness Center||The Fitness Center is a place where the campus community can achieve their health and fitness goals. To accomplish this task, we rely heavily on a staff of over 65 student employees. The positions we currently offer include facility attendants, personal trainers, group exercise instructors, student managers and graduate assistants. All positions provide a wide variety of experience that can help in building your resume. Please stop by to see us to learn more.|
|Genius Olympiad||GENIUS Olympiad is an international high school project competition about environmental issues. It is co-organized by the State University of New York at Oswego and the Terra Science and Education Foundation. We need volunteers during 6-day event.(June 15 - June 21)|
|Judicial Affairs||Graduate Assistant & Work Study positions available!|
|Leadership Development||The Leadership Mentor Program is a full year experience for students beginning in the Fall. Students have the opportunity to be matched with a mentor for one on one guidance and support as they develop valuable leadership skills. Students involved this semester will be presenting at the Future Oswego Leaders Conference March 8th and 9th. Applications for next year's program will be available Fall 2013.|
|Orientation Programs||The Orientation Programs office coordinates new student Orientation programs, Opening Week activities and the First Year Peer Advisement Program. We offer students positions such as Laker Leaders and First Year Peer Advisor.|
|Public Affairs||Spring 2013: Videographer with experience in production -- camera, lighting and audio; Fall 2013: Videographer (see previous) and reporting and writing intern who has completed JLM 309 or its broadcast or public relations equivalent.|
|Residence Life & Housing|
|Residence Life & Housing||Calling All Superheros - RA/RM Selection Fall 2013
- Develop Leadership Skills
- Be a Contributor to your hall community and to SUNY Oswego
- Be that Resource Person
- Be that Programmer
- Be that Friend
- Be that Go To Person
- sophomore status - August 2013
- semester GPA - 2.0 and overall GPA 2.4
- completed one semester on a college campus
- be in good judicial standing
|SUNY Oswego, Office of Admissions||Oswego Admissions Representatives (OAR s) will function as professionals in support of the college admissions and enrollment efforts. The primary purpose of this voluntary position is to increase personal contact with prospective students by a variety of means, such as leading campus tours.|
|The Compass||The Compass is seeking applicants for the Compass Navigator Internship for the Fall 2013-Spring 2014 academic year|
|Womens Studies Program||Women's Studies explores the diverse experiences, perspectives, culture, history and significant contributions of women. This interdisciplinary major is designed to develop a broad understanding of the study of women, investigate women's contributions in all areas of academic scholarship, and explore the relationship between cultural definitions of feminine behavior and the realities of women's lives. We are looking for an intern that can help us with publicity and outreach, particularly in the realm of social media.|