SUNY Oswego

    Graduate Assistantship - 0204-GA20 Community Services

    Department: Community Services
    Graduate Assistant-Pre Professional
    20 Hours per Week

    Unit/Division:  Community Services

    Semester(s) Graduate Assistant is Needed:  Fall 2021, Spring 2022 

    Name of Person who will Supervise GA:  Catherine Farrell

    Supervisor Job Title: Coordinator of Community Services

    GA Supervisor Email:

    Number of Hours Expected to Work Each Week: 20

    Location where GA will Report to Work:  145 Marano Campus Center, The Compass

    Job Description and Key Responsibilities including Virtual/Remote Expectations:
    Support programming and events related to Community Services Assist Coordinator with program development and supervision of student staff Organize and promote programming for “Days of Service” and act as liaison to community for service requests for one-time events Plan and facilitate weekly meetings with Mentor Oswego, Adopt-AGrandparent, and ARC, and Shining Waters student coordinators Assist with planning and coordination of Alternative Breaks Promote community service opportunities to classes, student organizations, athletic teams, residence halls and other collaborators through presentations, workshops and outreach Collaborate with campus and community partners to promote and organize programs Promote civic and community engagement including social media, tabling and other outreach methods Research and identify new community engagement opportunities Assist students and student organizations in identifying service opportunities Support the tracking and assessment of program and services Participate in Community Services staff meetings and professional development opportunities

    List any Learning Outcomes related to the GAs Academic Program.

    The Graduate Assistant will implement specific volunteer management strategies in order to successfully coordinate one-time service projects and service reflections for student volunteers. The Graduate Assistant will produce engaging presentations on the Active Citizenship Continuum and the Civic Engagement Scale for classroom and residence hall presentations. The Graduate Assistant will effectively communicate and collaborate with campus and community partners to create mutually beneficial partnerships. The Graduate Assistant will understand the connection of the NACE Competencies to their current and future employment and by the end of the semester will have grown in at least two measures on the scale.

    Any restrictions to the type of student who would be eligible?

    What behavioral expectations do you have? For example, what is your preferred communication timeline for a GA who needs to call out sick?
    The Graduate Assistant will work with their supervisor to create a schedule that is both beneficial to the student and the office. If this schedule needs to be changed or if the student needs to call in, they are expected to communicate with the supervisor as early as possible to make scheduling changes.

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