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WNY students intern through SUNY Oswego

OSWEGO -- Scores of SUNY Oswego students took part in internships in summer 2016 through the college's Center for Experiential Learning. Those from the area include:

  • Ian W. Campbell of John Street in Akron, a junior computer science major, interned at M & T Bank in Buffalo.
  • Matthew T. Moran of Ridgewood Road in Buffalo, a junior broadcasting and mass communication major, interned at WIVB -TV in Buffalo.
  • Hayley L. Prenatt of Lyth Road in Buffalo, a sophomore broadcasting and mass communication major, interned at Time Warner Cable News in Buffalo.
  • Joshua J. Bell-Schinzing of Carter Road in Fairport, a senior graphic design major, interned at Crazy Dog T-Shirts in Rochester.
  • Paige T. Castle of Filkins Street in Fairport, a junior creative writing major, interned at Dixon Schwabl in Victor.
  • Max J. Gerling of Rosscommon Crescent in Fairport, a junior journalism major, interned at Rochester Rattlers in Rochester.
  • Emily G. Plotzker of Chadwell Circle in Fairport, a junior wellness management major, interned at Perinton Community Center in Fairport.
  • Brittney J. Bull of East Everett Street in Falconer, a senior history major, interned at Fenton History Center in Jamestown.
  • Mark Goodwin of Springway Lane in Hamburg, a sophomore broadcasting and mass communication major, interned at WHTT 104.1 FM in Buffalo.
  • Lauren Proctor of Connecticut Avenue in Jamestown, a senior broadcasting and mass communication major, interned at the Lucy Desi Museum & Center For Comedy in Jamestown.
  • Natalie M. Brophy of Master Street in North Tonawanda, a junior journalism major, interned at the Bee Group Newspapers in Williamsville.
  • Nathan R. Moser of Woodland Court North in North Tonawanda, a sophomore broadcasting and mass communication major, interned at Pro Player Insiders in Rochester.
  • Marissa A. Leccarde of Pine Brook Circle in Penfield, a junior wellness management major, interned at Parisi Speed School in Rochester.
  • Christopher R. Tylock of Jackson Road in Penfield, a senior mathematics major, interned at C1 Search in Rochester.
  • Amanda J. Adams of Landmark Lane in Pittsford, a junior graphic design major, interned at Rochester Business Journal in Rochester.
  • Gracemary Rinaldi of Chriswell Lane in Pittsford, a junior communication and social interaction major, interned at Java Studios in Brooklyn.
  • Berk I. Bozaci of Hilltop Road in Rochester, a junior finance major, interned at Northwestern Mutual in Fairport.
  • Mitchell M. Brickman of Conrad Drive in Rochester, a junior wellness management major, interned at Parisi Speed School in Rochester.
  • Taylor R. Petry of Broderick Drive in Rochester, a junior human development major, interned at Bright Start Pediatric Services in Fairport.
  • Connor A. Thompson of Wyndale Road in Rochester, a senior broadcasting and mass communication major, interned at Stephens Media Group in Rochester.
  • Sydney R. Martin of Bradley Road in Silver Creek, a junior wellness management major, interned at Vision 2020 in Irving.
  • Mikala K. Thompson of Ogden Parma Town Line Road in Spencerport, a senior graphic design major, interned at WNY Flash in Rochester.
  • Marquel A. Bedrossian of Gordon Park in Webster, a junior human resource management major, interned at YMCA of Greater Rochester in Rochester.
  • Julia Bennett of Autumn Circle in Webster, a sophomore human resource management major, interned at the Division of Extended Learning in Oswego.
  • Kathryn E. Deverell of Hollyhock Drive in Webster, a junior wellness management major, interned at Webster Recreation Center in Webster.
  • Ethan J. Harrod of Hatch Road in Webster, a junior wellness management major, interned at Parisi Speed School in Rochester.
  • Michael R. Nuccitelli of Sundance Trail in Webster, a junior human development major, interned at Sisters of St. Joseph's in Rochester.

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.

Admission to SUNY Oswego is competitive. U.S. News Media Group counts SUNY Oswego among the top public regional universities in the North for 2016, and the Princeton Review includes Oswego in its 2016 college guidebook "The Best Northeastern Colleges" and in its national list of "Green Colleges."

A 155-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.

Visit oswego.edu for more information.




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