Join us on Monday, March 15 at 3:00pm for our first annual Student Involvement Fair, featuring various offices and departments from across campus!
Are you interested in getting involved on campus or in the community and don't know where to start? Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity or internship? Is there a College Department you'd like to learn more about to see what resources and opportunities they offer?
With the same concept as the Student Organization Expo, the Student Involvement Fair will host College offices, departments, and programs who will educate students about the services and resources they offer as well as recruit students for upcoming involvement opportunities within the department such as internships and volunteering.
The fair will be hosted over Zoom and will begin in a large group session and then break out into separate rooms. Each office/department/program will have their own designated breakout room. Students will be given the choice to self select their breakout room with the option to join other rooms throughout, thus allowing students to meet with various offices and departments.
Registration Required! We hope to see you there!
*If you're office or department is interested in participating in this opportunity, please register using the link below:
Departments and Offices Attending:
|Access Opportunity Program||McNair Scholars Program|
|Admissions||Student Ambassadors & Tour Guides|
|Admissions||Graduate Admissions Internship (Fall 2021 & Spring 2022)|
|Alumni Relations||Undergraduate Alumni Association, Reunion and First Knight|
|Center for Community||Food Security Advocates|
|Center for Community||Geneseo Opportunities for Leadership Develop[ment (GOLD) program|
|Center for Community||Hillel-Jewish Student Life|
|Center for Community||LGBTQ+ Programs & Services|
|Center for Community||Livingston CARES|
|Center for Community||RKids: Tutoring and enrichment|
|Center for Community||Student-Athlete Mentor (SAM) Program|
|CIT||"Ask CIT!"-Come and ask any questions you may have about using technology on campus!|
|Department of Communication||WGSU 89.3|
|History/Geneseo Center for Local and Municipal History||
Internships and Opportunities
|Languages & Literatures||
Department support and resources for language learners.
|Psychology/Pathways Peer Advocacy||Pathways Peer Advocacy|
Living-Learning Communities + Housing options
Employment: Resident Assistant, Work Study (Office, Suffolk Gym), LLC Mentors (volunteer with housing benefit), LLC Tutor (Minimum wage, 2-4 hrs/week)
|Study Abroad||Study Abroad programs and virtual global education experiences|