Juniors - Define Yourself!
First Summer Session begins
Tuesday, May 28, noon - noon
Service Awards Recognition Luncheon
The recognition luncheon honors SUNY Oswego's CSEA, Council 82, PBA and PEF employees for their years of service. $8 (admission by ticket only). 312-2230.
Location: Arena and Convocation Hall, Campus Center
Friday, June 14, noon - 2 p.m.
Location: Oswego and vicinity
Thursday, June 6, noon - noon
Thursday, June 20, noon - noon
ou are a part of not only the campus community but also the greater community. Many students find their passion and eventual career part by participating in civic activities in the community including community service and service learning. Defining your role in the community can be done in a variety of ways. How will YOU leave your mark?
Volunteer in the local community, whether at home or in Oswego.
Volunteering helps you to become more familiar with issues and concerns in the community. It also helps you to define how you can contribute to the community. Volunteering looks great on your resume, and will help you to get great experience. If you are interested in volunteering check out the Center for Service Learning and Community Service.
-Interning out in the community is another way to get involved in the community. Through internships you are able to get “real world” experience and learn about the field that you are interested in. Internships will help you to realize the role of your major in the community. To learn more about internships contact Experienced Based Education.
-Career fairs are a great way to get involved in the community and learn what the needs of the community are in your particular field. Career fairs are a wonderful way to make connections with organizations, companies and professionals in your field. Career Services is the place to learn about different career fairs.
-Making connections with professionals in your particular career path is a great way to learn more about your role in the community. Through making connections with professionals, you are able to learn about your professional role in the community and what is expected of you. One great way to get to know professionals in your major is through the Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) program. Learn more about the alumni programs!
-Get informed about what is going on in the campus community, local community, national community and global community. Being knowledgeable about events, issues, and concerns is very important in helping you to become an engaged citizen.