- Place posters on campus and at local community organizations
Notify Career Services about SIS opportunities/benefits and request the posting of SIS eligibility on all nonprofit internship position descriptions.
- Educate Community Volunteer Center about SIS, ask that inquiring students be given an SIS Flyer and/or for flyers to be visible at the volunteer center.
- Contact Faculty and/or Deparments where practicums or internships are required
Present to a class of students who are preparing to take part in their required internship (encourage them to serve at a nonprofit)
If a large number of students in the class are interested in participating, consider holding a group in-person orientation soon.
Develop good relationship with faculty member who teaches or coordinates the internship students so you can make this presentation a regular occurence.
Good places to start: Nursing, Teachers, Counseling, Human Services, Recreation, Communication, Psychology, Political Science, Environmental Science, EMT, Firefighters, Health Related Departments, Honor Programs, and many others.
- Contact Education Department/Student Teacher Internship Coordinator
Post SIS flyers/posters in Education Department
Contact local title 1 schools to let them know about SIS so the program can help them recruit quality student teachers
- Present opportunity to student groups/clubs who coordinate service learning projects or national service day events
- Write an article for campus/local newspaper, faculty/staff newsletter, or utilize other media such as social networking or radio!
- Contact other student support offices, such as TRIO, Multicultural Students Office, Residence Life, Academic Honor Societies, Student Union, Career Services, etc. and tell them how SIS can benefit their students.
- Set-up SIS info booth during a busy time in the student union or place table tents on lunch tables with information about SIS and contact info.