Job-A-Rama 2015!

Get experience, earn some cash, get involved...

If you are looking for a job on campus (or an internship, work study position, a leadership 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 Fall 2015!  

Wednesday, February 11th, 2015
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Swetman Gymnasium, Marano Campus Center (Behind the Compass)

Directory of Participating Departments

DepartmentDirectory Info.
Admissions Office Position Benefits:

· Contribute to Oswego's future
· Provide a service to college bound students from your hometown area
· Gain valuable communication skills and real substance for future resumes
· Potential for advancement to be hired as an Admissions Paid guide or Intern
· Learn new information about SUNY Oswego
· Potential for pay raises every semester if hired
· Become part of the Admissions team (or as we say family)!
Admissions Office (Overnight Host Program) Our Nights on the Lake Overnight Admissions Program allows on-campus students to host prospective Oswego students on campus for an overnight visit, experiencing the dining hall, residence life and campus activities. This is a great leadership opportunity, mentor position, resume builder & you can earn community service and win a gift card!
Alumni Office Alumni and Development Internships
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:

Editorial Intern - 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 e-newsletter and monthly Oswego Parents enewsletter. This is a one-semester internship. Interested students should contact Margaret Spillett;

Multimedia Assistant Intern - Work with Alumni & Development staff to coordinate, capture and organize photos and video for use on the web, social media and print productions. Attend formal and informal events to capture photo and video. Utilize software to manipulate and organize the alumni website, copy, photo and video in order to appeal to the widest audience possible. Interested students should contact Tyler Edic;

ASK (Alumni Sharing Knowledge) Coordinator (2 coordinator positions available) - 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 year-long internship that switches in the spring semester to the ASK Public Relations Coordinator position. Interested students should contact Stephanie Lamb;

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 year-long internship. Interested students should contact Shaunna Arnold Plank at

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 year-long internship. Interested students should contact Shaunna Arnold Plank at

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. Interested students should contact Shaunna Arnold Plank at
Campus Life - Event Management Office Whether you're looking to play sports, join special interest clubs, or develop leadership skills, the Department of Campus Life has something for resident, transfer and commuter students alike. As a building manager, you will assist visitors, student groups, and academic classes with their daily activities and event management. If you need a resume builder and want to be involved in SUNY Oswego life, this is the department for you!
Campus Recreation Many paid positions and opportunities exist for students to work in Campus Recreation. A variety of part-time employment positions are available for responsible, reliable, and conscientious students. Both work study and temporary service candidates are welcome to apply. Intramurals rely on our enthusiastic student staff to contribute to the success of the program and assist in all aspects of the events. Here is a link to all student jobs at Campus Recreation:
Campus Technology Services (CTS) Campus Technology Services services all technology needs from the campus network to faculty/staff computers and everything in between. CTS has several opportunities within our organization such as a Help Desk Assistant, a Computer Lab Assistant, an Instructional Support Aide, a Network Assistant, and a Telecommunications Office Aide. For more information, please visit
Career Services Navigator Interns work with professional staff members and fellow interns to create a welcoming learning environment conducive to success in the Resource Center at the Compass. Navigators must familiarize themselves with all that the Compass has to offer, in order to assist students in being actively engaged in their co-curricular experience throughout their career at SUNY Oswego. Navigators will act as a resource to students regarding their educational planning, major and career exploration, experiential learning, job and graduate school searches as well as resume and cover letter critiques.
Career Services (PR Intern) The Career Services PR Intern is responsible for publicizing the services, programs, events and resources. This internship is an on-campus opportunity to enhance skills and gain experience in public speaking, computer applications, graphic design, media relations, event management, and employer relations.

Hours: 10 hours per week.
Facilities Services Our department has summer employment opportunities for SUNY Oswego students in various positions, such as custodial, grounds and painting.

Apply through Interview Exchange on the Human Resources page at
Fitness Center Cooper and Glimmerglass Fitness Centers exist to serve the campus's fitness and wellness needs. With over 70 student employees, the Fitness Center provides wide variety of opportunities for students interested in gaining a dynamic work experience and leadership opportunities. The Fitness Center currently employs facility attendants, personal trainers, group exercise instructors and student managers. Visit our table for more information about each of these jobs.
Graduate Office Answering phones, greeting visitors to the office, copying, filing, data entry into the graduate studies on-line application process, working on small departmental projects.
Intercollegiate Athletics The department of Intercollegiate Athletics at Oswego State sponsors 24 NCAA Division III sports. It takes the cooperation of many individuals across campus to ensure that our teams are successful and our events run smoothly.

Available Positions:
* Marketing Internship
* Event Management Internship
* Scoreboard & PA Announcer
* Sports Information Aide
* Basketball Usher
* Ice Hockey Arena Usher
* Equipment Room/laundry room attendant
* Varsity weight room Attendant
LifeStyles Center The Lifestyles Center is a Center for healthy choices and prevention education. We focus on four main areas: alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, general wellness, sexual health and violence prevention. Our students earn up to 6 credits in exchange for 240 hours of service (over 2 semesters). They become nationally certified Peer Educators, attend class, conduct Outreach, field work hours and have the choice of one task assignment per semester: Toilet Talk, blog, outreach (content), or marketing for the Center. Lifestyles Center Peer Educators are also offered opportunities to attend national and regional conferences to network with hundreds of students from across the United States.
Mentor-Scholar Program Mentor-Scholar is an academic and social mentoring program that partners SUNY Oswego undergraduates and students within the Oswego and Fulton City School Districts through the academic year. Mentoring pairs meet twice per week after school to work on general academics, address social issues, and have fun. SUNY Oswego students earn course credit through GST 311, which addresses issues of mentoring, poverty and adolescent growth within the context of youth programming.
Office of Business & Community Relations We are offering a Harborfest Children's Park Intern position. The duties will include assisting with the activities in the Harborfest Children's Park, public relations, event coordination and marketing.
Office of Learning Services The office of learning services provides peer tutoring in a variety of subjects. To become a tutor in the tutoring center, you must have a:
* A 2.75 or higher GPA;
* A grade of B+ or higher in the courses you wish to tutor;

Your application must include:
* Submission of an essay that addresses why you want to become a tutor;
* Two faculty recommendations, preferably from the instructor(s) for the course(s) you wish to tutor.

To become a tutor in the Writing Center:
* A 2.75 or higher GPA;
* Submission of an essay that addresses why you want to become a tutor;
* Submission of two (2) sample papers that demonstrate your writing proficiencies;
* Two faculty recommendations regarding your writing abilities.
Orientation (First Year Peer Advisors) A First Year Peer Advisor is a student who works closely with a First Year Faculty Advisor and a Peer Advisement Team to provide academic and emotional support to an assigned group of First Year Students. Openings are available for the Fall 2015-Spring 2016 academic year in a variety of majors!
Orientation (Laker Leaders) The Orientation Office provides programs that connect new and incoming students with current Lakers, staff, faculty and support services so that their transition to the academic and cultural environment at SUNY Oswego is successful.

Opportunities: Laker Leaders
Public Affairs Credit-bearing internship for summer 2015 and another for fall 2015: reporter and writer with significant and relevant classwork; looking for students with excellent work in JLM 209 and 309 -- or public relations or broadcasting equivalents. Resume and news clips required, even if the stories are from class. Student media or other relevant experience a big plus, as are video and photo skills.
Residence Life & Housing Residence Life and Housing will be advertising positions for the following areas:
Red Carpet Captain/Crew Applications: Welcome Week crew to assist with move in and opening events.

Student Operations Services (SOS): Applications for Computer Technicians, Desk Attendants, Recycling Technicians and SOS-Coordinators.

Summer Employment Opportunities: We will be hiring Desk Attendants and Summer Resident Assistants to support our students and groups from Mid-May to mid-August.
Residence Life & Housing The Office of Residence Life and Housing will be offering information and applications for the following positions:
SUMMER: RSS, DA position and Conference Assistants needed from May-August.
ACADEMIC Positions: Marketing for Red Carpet Captains and Crew, SOS positions, AHD & GRM positions.

All applicants must be resident students to qualify for consideration.
Service Learning & Community Service Adopt-A-Grandparent, Mentor Oswego, and Alternative Breaks still need volunteers for the Spring 2015 semester, in addition to opportunities that will be available in 2015-2016! Stop by to learn more about volunteering with the elderly and/or children right here in Oswego, as well as opportunities to travel and volunteer over Spring Break!
Student Employment The Student Employment service is part of the Financial Aid Office. We offer on-campus and off-campus job listings for employers. We offer referral services to students for job opportunities. While we assist federal work study students with payroll, and placement services, our referral services are available to all SUNY Oswego students.
Track & Field (Athletics) The opportunities typically available within the track and field team include work study and unpaid internship positions. Work study positions may include data management, film editing, assisting at practice and competitions. Internships available: Director of Operations (fall/spring), Recruiting Coordinator and Media Specialist.
WTOP-10 WTOP-10 TV is a completely student run television station that has over 200 members. Our Departments include; Production, Human Resources, Operations, Creative Services, Engineering, and Finance. The organization strives to provide its members with as much real world experience as possible, and is open to students of all majors. With a generous donation from alumnus, Al Roker, Oswego was able to build a brand new digital television studio that was opened in 2007. The station can be found online at