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Student Employment Opportunities

EOP Office Assistant

Students awarded work study through financial aid are eligible to apply for the EOP Office Assistant position through Handshake.  Students will greet visitors, answer phones, and assist students coming into the office.  If you are interested in learning more about the position, please visit the office in person at 118 Penfield Library or email us at [email protected].

EOP Summer Program Peer Leader

Peer Leaders act as role models and set the tone for our incoming EOP students during the EOP Summer Program.  Peer leaders receive free housing, meals, and compensation during the summer program.  EOP Summer Peer Leader Job Description

APPLY THROUGH HANDSHAKE - Application for Summer 2024 EOP Peer Leader is Closed


Academic Peer Partner

As an Academic Peer Partner, you'll play an essential role in championing the academic success of fellow EOP students. Our focus is not that of a traditional tutor, but rather that of an energetic and enthusiastic peer. We guide and empower our fellow EOP students through one-on-one and group meetings, sharing knowledge and expertise to help them navigate the challenges and opportunities of their academic journey.

  • Empowerment and Encouragement: Be the motivator and mentor that your fellow EOP students need. Your enthusiasm and energy will inspire them to reach their full potential.
  • Study Support: Facilitate and encourage regular study sessions in both individual and group settings, helping your fellow students build effective studying and learning habits throughout the academic year.
  • Training and Development: Participate in training programs and activities designed to enhance your partnership skills and your understanding of the unique needs of your fellow EOP students.
  • Resource Facilitation: Serve as a bridge to connect fellow EOP students with the people and resources they need to thrive academically and socially within the Oswego community.
  • Collaboration: Work both independently and as part of a dynamic team of Academic Peer Partners, fostering a supportive community of like-minded individuals dedicated to your fellow students' success.
Student Intern

May be used for class credit to provide assistance with any projects the department is working on as it relates to the student's career interests.

Graduate Assistantships

Graduate assistantships are excellent opportunities for graduate students to engage with faculty and departments in rewarding interactions to help solve real world problems and/or further teaching, research, and creative activities.  Visit the Graduate assistantships website for more information and job postings.