Advisement Services Center
Fall 2015 Community and Public Service Program Opportunities
Position Available for RSSW291 – 2 Credits – 60 Hours
The Advisement Services Center (ASC) developed Project MyStory as a means to build community and to help new students better acclimate to UAlbany. Selected students, who have shared their academic and personal journey while at UAlbany, will be featured on posters throughout our office and on our website. This fall, we will capture their stories via video to broadcast on our website and in our office waiting room. In addition, we will create an ASC blog featuring advisor and student bloggers.
Project MyStory Ambassadors (1-2 Position Available)
- Submit 1-2 weekly blog posts (300 – 500 words) based on an approved, self-designed theme targeting freshmen and new transfer students.
- Facilitate two panel discussions of students sharing their “stories”. This panel should be based on a particular theme.
- Contact and interview graduates for a “Where are They Now?” feature.
- To apply please e-mail the following to Rachel Moody at firstname.lastname@example.org: 1. A Sample blog post (300 – 500 words) welcoming incoming freshmen/transfer students to the University. You may include video links and pics with your submission; and 2. Statement expressing why you are interested in this volunteer position.
For more information and to apply, please contact Rachel Moody at email@example.com.
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Advisement Services Center
University at Albany
LI-36; 1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, New York 12222
Phone (518) 442-3539
STRIDE Adaptive Snowsports seeking Instructors for the 2015-16 Season…
Do you Ski or Ride blue trails? Join our team! Pass on your passion to athletes living with disabilities!
STRIDE is accepting applications for
Jiminy Peak, Catamount & Ski Sundown programs
Informational Orientation meeting
Monday, October 12 from 6:00 – 8:45 pm
East Greenbush Libray 10 Community Way, East Greenbush NY
RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org for more info
YMCA Youth & Government
YMCA Youth and Government is a national civic engagement program that allows high school and middle school students the opportunity to serve in model government at the local, state, national, and international levels. New York State’s Youth and Government program operates at a state level, where students from all over the State come and meet at a onetime conference to participate in their respective areas of interest for a weekend in March. Students can choose from the following areas such as;
- Legislative, where students form and debate their own legislation through parliamentary procedure.Judicial, whom create case-briefs and debate in front a panel of judges and are questioned.
- Press whom feature a conference newsletter as well as various other media projects.
- Lobbying, where students draft speeches to influence their fellow peers.
- Teddy Roosevelt, a middle school program geared towards integrating younger and first year participants and acclimating them to the program and government
The North Albany YMCA is seeking volunteers for our weekly meetings operating every Wednesday from 5:00pm – 6:00pm at Albany High School. Volunteers are highly encouraged to commit both Fall and Spring semesters. Program operates from September -21st – April 1st.
UAlbany students may possibly gain credit through RSSW: Community and Public Service Program. Please contact me for more information at email@example.com.
“Leave the world better than the way you found it.”
Donavan Swanson | Director of Community Engagement and Outreach
Housing Manager | University at Albany Apartments
Student Association Inc. | University at Albany
1400 Washington Avenue | Campus Center 116 | Albany, NY 12222
P: (518) 442.5640 | F: (518) 442.5641
Don’t Walk Alone has new contact information:
To Volunteer and Earn RSSW Credit: See Video http://www.screencast.com/t/Z4jTQA6KCU
To Volunteer Go to Link Above and complete form or Swipewithapurpose@gmail.com