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Local Residents Intern Through SUNY Oswego

OSWEGO, NY  – Several local residents are taking part in an internship this spring through SUNY Oswego’s Experience-Based Education Program.

They are (with their internship in parentheses):

Kelly B. Baldwin of Sixty Six Road in Hannibal, a senior psychology major (Fairgrieve Elementary School, Fulton)

Miriah J. Buley of Rudd Road in Lacona, a senior psychology major (Child and Family Services, Fulton)

Christin D. Chase of County Route 84 in Central Square, a senior wellness management major (Lifestyles Center, on the SUNY Oswego campus)

Mandy M. Coant of Howard Road in Fulton, a senior psychology major (Oswego Children’s Project, on the SUNY Oswego campus)

Morgan A. DeLosh of Ames Street in Mexico, a senior studio art major (Believer’s Chapel, Cicero)

Jenna M. Hanson of Helinger Road in West Monroe, a senior public relations major (Public Affairs Office, on the SUNY Oswego campus)

Sean M. Loomis of Church Street in Mexico, a senior wellness management major (Stability Fitness, Oswego)

JoHanna Molascon of Tannery Lane in Fulton, a senior philosophy-psychology major (Lifestyles Center, on the SUNY Oswego campus)

Kayla G. Montagna of South Pollard Drive in Fulton, a senior wellness management major (Oswego County Opportunities, Fulton)

Anika R. Perkins of County Route 35 in Fulton, a sophomore wellness management major (Robert Berkley Physical Therapy, Oswego)

Shannon M. Robinson of Gerdon Drive in Richland, a junior secondary education major (Athletics Department/women’s basketball, on the SUNY Oswego campus)

Geoffrey M. Sawyer of Oneida Street in Fulton, a senior wellness management major (Robert Berkley Physical Therapy, Oswego)

Ashley M. Schneider of State Route 104A in Hannibal, a junior secondary education major (Oswego Middle School, Oswego)

Jennifer R. Warren of West Second Street South in Fulton, a senior history major (City of Oswego Historian Office, Oswego)

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 real-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 named it among the “Top Public Regional Universities in the North” for 2012, the Princeton Review and USA Today named SUNY Oswego to their 2012 list of 150 “best value” colleges and universities in the nation, and the Princeton Review included Oswego in its 2012 college guidebook “The Best Northeastern Colleges.”

A 151-year-old comprehensive college in the State University of New York system, Oswego enrolls more than 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.