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NOTICE: In light of the uncertainties caused by the COVID-19 precautions, we are requesting that all sites who are planning to host interns consider developing remote hour options for students to complete their Internship in the event that a student is unable to continue on-site hours. Please consider any mentorship, technology, and communications requirements that a student may need to ensure their continued success.

As a site host for a SUNY Oswego Intern or Co-op, you will mentor a student using your professional expertise and provide quality field experience for a student to learn your industry. Your evaluation of the student, approval of their academic learning agreement, and consistent supervision of their field hours all play vital roles in our Internship and Co-op program.


Registration for FALL 2022 is now OPEN until August 25.

Winter 2022 and Spring 2023 Site Verification Forms will be accepted beginning October 1.


Learn More!

Tina Cooper, Internship Coordinator - [email protected] or (315) 312-3693

Let us help you develop your program - Contact our Internship Coordinator today with inquiries!

Are you a new Site Supervisor to our program here at SUNY Oswego? Be sure to review the Site Guide!

SUNY Oswego Internship & Co-op Site Guide 

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SkillSurvey Evaluation Information  

Kristen Haynes, Assistant Director of Rice Creek Field Station, works with a SUNY Oswego students to plant saplings.

"We saw this as a wonderful learning opportunity for our students who were interested in conservation and sustainability." 

Fort Ontario intern James Bachman with site supervisor Paul Lear

Fort Ontario interns from several SUNY Oswego departments work on practical and interesting projects designed to benefit the site, patrons, and students in obtaining their career goals and objectives.

According to the NACE: 2018 Student Survey, Students feel that their experiential education assignments had a positive impact on their career readiness competencies.  They reported that their professionalism and work ethics improved, and their experiences had a significantly positive impact on their teamwork/collaboration and oral and written communication skills.