Get experience, earn some cash, get involved...
Concert: Ethel quartet plus guitarist Kaki King
Hard-driving guitarist Kaki King combines forces with New York-based string quartet Ethel, which joined King on her latest album, "Glow." $18, including parking ($5 for SUNY Oswego students). 312-2141. http://www.oswego.edu/arts
Location: Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall
Wednesday, March 26, 7:30 p.m. - 8:45 p.m.
Men's Lacrosse vs St. John Fisher
Location: Oswego, NY- South Athletic Field
Saturday, March 22, 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Men's Lacrosse vs. Elmira
Location: Oswego, NY- South Athletic Field
Tuesday, March 25, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
GOLD Lunch & Learn "LinkedIn Best Practices" Webinar
More information: http://goo.gl/o7h64e
Tuesday, March 11, noon - 1 p.m.
GOLD Third Thursdays
Visit http://www.facebook.com/events/453070221388940 for the latest locations or suggest your own!
Location: Various Cities
Thursday, March 20, 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 "On Campus Opportunities Fair"!! 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 2014!
On Campus Opportunities Fair
Wednesday, March 5th, 2014
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Swetman Gymnasium (Next to the Compass)
Directory of Participating Departments
|Admissions Office||Students of any major or class can volunteer to become a campus tour guide. Oswego Admissions Representatives (OARs) will function as professionals in support of the college admissions and enrollment efforts. Alternatively, volunteers may host prospective and admitted students overnight. All programs count toward community service hours and are an excellent resume builder!|
|Alumni & Development||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 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 that switches in the Spring semester to the ASK Public Relations Coordinator position.
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 that switches in the Spring semester to the ASK Coordinator position.
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.
|Campus Recreation||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. Campus Recreation 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 job descriptions:
|Campus Technology Services (CTS)||Campus Technology Services (CTS) is an integrated service organization caring for administrative computing, instructional computing, network services, technology user support and telecommunications. The department delivers a broad set of infrastructure, applications and services that are vital to the operation and mission of the College.
We typically have positions open for:
Computer Lab Assistants
Help Desk Assistants
Instructional Support Assistants
|Compass||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.
|Development||The Telefund office consists of 30 student callers who contact more than 78,000 Oswego alumni, friends and parents annually.
Telefund students call on behalf of The Fund for Oswego, which benefits the entire campus. Gifts to The Fund for Oswego support academic programs, technological upgrades, student/faculty collaboration, library resources, and so much more!
|Experiential Learning||Get hands-on- experience while pursuing your degree. Information is available for opportunities for students in the area of Service Learning- Mentor Scholar, Internships and Co-ops. Get the competitive edge before graduation.|
|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||Graduate Assistants and Work Study Positions
Greeting Visitors to the Office
|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.
Marketing Intern, Scoreboard & PA Announcer, Sports Information Aide, Basketball Usher, Ice Hockey Arena Usher, Equipment Room/laundry room attendant, and Varsity weight room Attendant.
|LifeStyles Center||The Lifestyles Center provides education and outreach to students to engage and empower them to pursue healthy lifestyle choices.
Positions available: Peer Educator (earn credit hours), Peer Education Intern (earn credit hours), Intern (credit hours toward major), and Graduate Assistant (stipend and tuition waiver).
|Metro Center||Metro Center Office Assistant: Provide office assistant services to students and faculty. Duties include answering phones, copying, spreadsheets, providing classroom technology assistance and other office work as needed. Up to 20 hours per week, $10.00 per hour. Current opening for M-F day hours
Desk Attendant Needed
|Peer Advisement/First Year Programs||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 2014-Spring 2015 academic year in a variety of majors!|
|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.
|Service Learning &
Community Service Office
|The Office for Service Learning and Community Services acts as a liaison between students and service opportunities within Oswego, the state and country as well as international opportunities.|