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- New York City
Job TitleSUNY Cortland Admissions Intern Spring 2020DepartmentAdmissionsJob Description/DutiesDescription of Internship:
As an intern, you will participate in various projects that are coordinated by the Admissions Office, and will be given responsibilities such as:
Organizing On- Campus Visitation Programs
The intern is responsible for assisting during Open House, Mini-Open Houses, day to day visitation programs and group visits.
Recruit, Train, and Coordinate Ambassadors (Student Volunteers)
The intern will be responsible for recruiting, training, and managing all new and past student volunteers. This means working with them and their schedules all throughout the semester for tours, open houses, student panels and other programs run by the Admissions office.
Participating in Ambassadors Club
The intern will be responsible for being involved in Ambassadors Club. This means working with the E-board members to organize information as well as keep them up-to-date with events. The club meets every Monday afternoon at 4:00.
Coordinating Bus Trips
High School students all across New York want to visit SUNY Cortland. The intern will coordinate the visit, establish an itinerary and meet with the students when they arrive on campus.
Recruitment of New Interns
The intern is responsible for creating their own advertising campaign in search for a new intern for the next semester. The intern will also be a part of the interview and selection process for the new intern.
Recruit and coordinate student panelists (student volunteers)
The intern is responsible for recruiting students to participate in student panels during bus trips. The student panels give the bus trips the opportunity to ask students questions about the school and it also gives students the opportunity to share their own personal experiences. The intern must recruit these students while also setting up tentative schedules
The intern will be responsible for updating our social media pages and exploring new ways to utilize them for recruitment opportunities.
Days/Hours Needed6 Credits translates to 17 hours a week spent in the Admissions Office. Typically Monday- Friday.
Can also be offered for 9 credits.
Campus Location/Bldg.Admissions Office, Miller Building
Required QualificationsMust be Junior or Senior Status.
Minimum GPA of 2.5 required
Strong public speaking skills
Preferred QualificationsPrevious participation with the Admissions Office. (ex. tour guide, ambassador)
Physical DemandsOccasional lifting of office material.
Special Conditions for EligibilityContact Name(s) & Email(s)Jessica Zito Bilek
Salary GradeE-Other (Specify Below)Salary$2,000 a semester Posting Detail Information
Posting NumberSA19035Review Start Date11/08/2019Open Date11/07/2019Close Date12/06/2019Open Until FilledNoSpecial Instructions to ApplicantsSupplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- * Why are you interested in becoming an Admissions Intern? (Open Ended Question)
- * What skills do you possess that will help you succeed in this position? (Open Ended Question)
- * Do you work best as part of a team or by yourself? (Open Ended Question)
- * What experience do you have working with a diverse population? (Open Ended Question)
- * Where do you see yourself in five years? (Open Ended Question)
- * What are you most looking forward to about this internship? (Open Ended Question)
- If you were a box of cereal what would you be and why? (Open Ended Question)
- * If I were to hire you for this job and I granted you three promises with regard to working here, what would they be? (Open Ended Question)
- * What inspires you? (Open Ended Question)
- In a box of 64 crayons what crayon best describes you and why? (Open Ended Question)
- * If you could compare yourself with any animal, which would it be and why? (Open Ended Question)
Documents Needed To ApplyRequired Documents
- Curriculum Vita or Resume
- Class Schedule (Student Positions Only)
- Cover Letter
- social media