Other Fraternity and Sorority Community Graduate Intern
The Fraternity and Sorority Community Graduate Intern will work directly with members of the professional staff team in the Office of Student Involvement to develop and implement a broad array of programs designed to increase student engagement and foster leadership among students involved in the Greek community at SUNY Oswego. The position is for credit, unpaid internship.
1. Advise one Greek leadership council, IFC, Cultural Greek Council or G.A.M.M.A, dependent on where interest lies.
2. Create and implement programs designed to foster education, growth, and development among students involved in the Greek community.
3. Meet with chapter philanthropy chairs on a regular basis to encourage participation and awareness of campus wide programming.
4. Create systems and structures for officer transition and training.
5. Implement a connected program in regards for all Greek programming, philanthropy/service, and leadership development in coordination with the Office of Student Life.
6. Assist with the promotion and marketing of initiatives and events sponsored by the Office of Student Involvement. A successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree and be fully enrolled in a Master’s program regarding Education or higher education interest in Greek Life, student development, and program development and implementation is crucial to success in this role. Previous experience with fraternities and sororities is not a requirement of this position, but could be seen as a plus. An ability to work collaboratively and creatively in a strong team oriented work environment is essential. Strong written and verbal communication skills and attention to detail are other desirable qualities. This position is a semester appointment subject to renewal based on performance indicators.
About the Office of Student Involvement:
The Office of Student Involvement at SUNY Oswego –the hub for student involvement and learning outside of the classroom. We foster student learning through inclusive and empowering experiences in the areas of diversity and social justice, community service and engagement, performing arts and lectures, leadership development, student organizations and Greek Life, and campus traditions. More information about the staff and programs can be found at http://www.oswego.eu/thepoint
Submit a resume & letter of interest specifying qualifications Materials should only be sent electronically to: Nicole Morse, Fraternity and Sorority Community at Nicole.firstname.lastname@example.org