The Compass - Find Your Direction

Juniors - Define Yourself!

SUNY Oswego has hundreds of leadership opportunities.  To be a successful employee, graduate student and citizen it is imperative that you define your skills and experience through leadership positions.  Finding the leadership position that is right for you is the challenge.  Here are a few opportunities to consider:

Clubs and Organizations – visit The Point in the Marano Center to find out information about clubs and organizations.

Student Association – get involved with SUNY Oswego’s student government.  Attend Senate meetings or apply to be a member of the Senate or Student Association.

COMPASS Navigator – Be a part of a the COMPASS team and provide one on one assistance to students in areas such as internships, career exploration, exploring majors and volunteering in the community.  Contact Christy Huynh for more information about applying to be a COMPASS Navigator.  If you are interested in Public Relations, contact Gary Morris to learn about opportunities as a PR intern.

Peer Advisor for First-Year Students – work with a first-year faculty advisor and mentor first year students.  Contact Michelle Bandla for more information about First-Year Peer Advising

Resident Assistant or Resident Mentor in a Residence Hall – work in a residence hall as a resident assistant or resident mentor.

Orientation Leader – Spend the summer welcoming incoming students to SUNY Oswego during summer orientations.  Contact Daniel Roberts for more information about becoming an Orientation Leader.

Service Learning Group Leader – utilize your leadership skills to make a difference in the community (http://www.oswego