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Local residents intern through SUNY Oswego

OSWEGO, NY – Several local residents took part in internships this spring through SUNY Oswego’s Experience-Based Education program.

They are (with their internship in parentheses):

Haley Henderson of U.S. Route 11 in Central Square, a junior human development major (St. Luke’s Health Services, Oswego).

Laura Murtha of County Route 33 in Central Square, a junior adolescence education major (Office of Learning Services, SUNY Oswego campus).

Larissa Assam of South First Street in Fulton, a senior biology major (Oswego Hospital, Oswego).

Elizabeth Canfield of South Fourth Street in Fulton, a senior music major (music department, SUNY Oswego campus).

Evangeline Canfield of South Fourth Street in Fulton, a senior music major (music department, SUNY Oswego campus).

Lisa Cashel of West First Street in Fulton, a senior human development major (Path Program, Fulton).

Brandon Hood of County Route 85 in Fulton, a senior wellness management major (Fulton YMCA, Fulton).

Leah Phillips of Mount Pleasant Road in Fulton, a junior human resource management major (Pathfinder Bank, Oswego).

Nichole Slocum of Pershing Drive in Fulton, a senior psychology major (English and creative writing department, SUNY Oswego campus).

Kendra Williams of South Granby Road in Fulton, a junior accounting major (School of Business, SUNY Oswego campus).

Tara Fleming of Hamilton Street in Mexico, a senior applied matematical economics major (Dunuwila Wealth Management, Fayetteville).

Hannah Valentino of County Route 6 in Mexico, a sophomore biochemistry major (Office of Learning Services, SUNY Oswego campus).

Ryan Pekarek of P.O. Box 136 in Minetto, a senior art major (Office of Learning Services, SUNY Oswego campus).

Samantha Lucas of P.O. Box 157 in New Haven, a junior human development major (Michael A. Maroun Elementary School, Phoenix).

Alexandra Baierlein of Southwest Ninth Street in Oswego, a senior communication and social interaction major (CNY Central, Syracuse).

Jessica Brusgul of Lawrence Street in Oswego, a senior psychology major (Integrative Counseling Services, Oswego).

Jason Chase of Montcalm Street in Oswego, a senior information science major (Oswego County Health, Oswego).

Shannon Cilento of Leavitt Road in Oswego, a junior global and international studies major (Office of Learning Services, SUNY Oswego campus).

Adam Clawson of West Albany Street in Oswego, a junior psychology major (Oswego High School, Oswego).

Sarah Cooley of West Lake Road in Oswego, a senior public relations major (St. Luke’s Health Services, Oswego).

Christine Cornish of West Eighth Street in Oswego, a senior zoology major (Rosamond Gifford Zoo, Syracuse).

Danielle D’Amico of Lakeshore Road in Oswego, a senior public relations major (Allstate, Oswego).

Kristan Davis of Hillcrest Drive in Oswego, a junior communication and social interaction major (transfer services, SUNY Oswego campus).

Peter Malile of West Seneca Street in Oswego, a senior marketing major (Safe Haven Museum, Oswego).

Theodore Reifke of Oconnor Road in Oswego, a senior risk management and insurance major (Registrar’s Office, SUNY Oswego campus).

Zachariah Schrecengost of County Route 4 in Oswego, a senior computer science major (Office of Learning Services, SUNY Oswego campus).

Katherine Van Wert of State Route 104 in Oswego, a senior business administration major (Broadwell Companies Inc., Oswego).

Michael Allen of Hemlock Lane in Pennellville, a senior wellness management major (Stability Fitness, Oswego).

Mindi Jo Baker of County Route 33 in Pennellville, a senior human development major (Oswego Children’s Project, SUNY Oswego campus).

Zachary Pentland of Lamson Road in Phoenix, a senior information science major (City of Rochester Information Technology Department, Rochester).

Jared Young of Candee Street in Phoenix, a senior journalism major (Sports Information Office, SUNY Oswego campus).

Stephanie Frazier of Meade Street in Sterling, a senior business administration major (Best Buy, Clay).

The Experience-Based Education program at Oswego places students in internships and career awareness opportunities that allow them to earn college credits while garnering valuable life experience.

Last year, more than a thousand Oswego students took part in experiential learning while working at hundreds of businesses, nonprofit agencies and government offices, not counting the hundreds of student teachers working in area schools.

Admission to SUNY Oswego is competitive. U.S. News Media Group counts SUNY Oswego among the top public regional universities in the North for 2013, and the Princeton Review includes Oswego in its 2013 college guidebook “The Best Northeastern Colleges,” as well as its 2013 list of “best value” colleges and universities nationally.

A 152-year-old comprehensive college in the State University of New York system, Oswego enrolls about 8,000 students in its College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; School of Business; School of Communication, Media and the Arts; and School of Education.

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