SUNY Oswego

    Graduate Assistantship- 0320 GAS20 - EXCEL- Experiental Learning

    Department: EXCEL/Academic Affairs

    Graduate Assistant for Academic Support
    20 Hours per Week

    Unit/Division:  EXCEL/Experiental Learning

    Semester(s) Graduate Assistant is Needed:  Fall 2024

    Name of Person who will Supervise GA: Tina Cooper

    Supervisor Job Title:  Internship & Student Employment Coordinator

    GA Supervisor Email:

    Number of Hours Expected to Work Each Week:  20

    Compensation: $7,000 for the spring semester. Discuss with department how much in each tuition and stipend categories, some must be received in each category.
    Location where GA will Report to Work:  145 Marano Campus Center - Compass

    What is the date that the review process will start for applicants?  5/20/24

    What is the date a final decision will be made regarding the selection of the candidate for this position? 8/30/24

    Job Description and Key Responsibilities, including Virtual/Remote Expectations:
    Up to 25% Remote work possible.

    Position Description:  
    The Experiential Learning GA will familiarize themselves with all programming and courses offered by the EXCEL office. This role will support the planning and implementation of EXCEL events, represent the department at tabling and programs, and assist with the administration of internships, co-ops, service learning, student employment, and experiential courses. The GA will also be available for walk-in hours for students looking to learn more about what experiential learning they have access to and the process to participate in EXCEL administered programs. Having familiarity or proficiency in Google suite, event planning, promoting programs to students, and peer mentoring is preferred.

    Learning Outcomes related to the GAs Academic Program:
    This role is an excellent opportunity for anyone looking to utilize strategic communication skills, voice creative ideas, advise students, and contribute to the evolving nature of applied learning available to SUNY Oswego students. Core career competencies learned in this role will include Equity & Inclusion, Critical Thinking, Technology, and Teamwork.

    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?  
    Professionalism and timeliness are important in that role. Time management and communication are key for success. This role will work directly with their supervisor to discuss expectations and a communication plan that meets the needs of both the department and the GA.

    Would you like to formally express your interest in this position? 

    The information in this form will be sent directly to the supervisor indicated for this position above. 
    A confirmation email with the supervisor's name and email will be sent to you after you complete the form.

    All subsequent communication regarding  this position should be made directly with the supervisor by utilizing the email provided.