OSWEGO, NY — More than 120 SUNY Oswego students took part in off-campus internships in spring 2015 through the college’s Center for Experiential Learning.
Area residents, with their internship site and its location in parentheses, are as follows:
Kelsie K. VanBuren of Lounsbury Drive in Fulton, a senior human development major (Granby Elementary School, Fulton)
Alexis M. Froio of Cowen Road in Hastings, a senior graphic design major (American Food and Vending Corp., Liverpool)
Madison L. Beckley of Lamson Road in Phoenix, a junior human resource management major (Cleantec, Liverpool)
Joseph W. Rusaw of County Route 57 in Fulton, a senior business administration major (Kisselstien Machine Inc., Mexico)
Tyler I. Popick of Syracuse Avenue in Oswego, a senior accounting major (Popick & Popick Inc., Oceanside)
Shannon N. Cilento of East Ninth Street in Oswego, a senior global and international studies major (Fort Ontario State Historic Site, Oswego)
Tessah R. Stevens of County Route 25 in Oswego, a senior human development major (St. Francis Commons Assisted Living Residence, Oswego)
Lauren L. Gregory of Hager Drive in Pulaski, a senior wellness management major (Oswego County Health Department, Oswego)
Alia Kawar of P.O. Box 23 in Fair Haven, a senior business administration major (Oswego County Federal Credit Union, Oswego)
Kasey J. Parkhurst of Emery Street in Fulton, a senior psychology major (St. Francis Commons, Oswego)
Sierra K. Maher of Royalty Lane in Fulton, a senior public justice major (OCO Literacy Volunteers, Oswego)
Iain J. Thompson of West Oneida Street in Oswego, a senior biochemistry major (Oswego Hospital, Oswego)
Tyler M. Crandell of Stoney Robbey Road in Fulton, a senior marketing major (Copies In Time, Oswego)
David R. Owens of State Route 370 in Cato, a senior art major (JR Comerford and Son, Oswego)
Kaylee E. May of County Route 54 in Pennellville, a senior public relations major (Terra Science and Education, Syracuse)
Brianna M. Case of River Road in Phoenix, a senior journalism major (CNY Central, Syracuse)
The Center for Experiential Learning at Oswego places students in internships and career awareness opportunities that allow them to earn college credits while garnering valuable life experience.
During the last year, more than a thousand Oswego students took part in experiential learning while working at hundreds of businesses, nonprofit agencies and government offices and on campus in dozens of departments and programs — not counting the hundreds of student teachers working in area schools.
About SUNY Oswego
Admission to SUNY Oswego is competitive. U.S. News Media Group counts SUNY Oswego among the top public regional universities in the North for 2015, and the Princeton Review includes Oswego in its 2015 college guidebook “The Best Northeastern Colleges,” as well as its 2015 list of “best value” colleges and universities nationally. Kiplinger’s also named SUNY Oswego a 2015 Best Value College.
A 154-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.