The Story of Oberlin Switchboard

Founded on April 28, 2014

Oberlin

Hello there!

Ma'ayan

I am Ma'ayan Plaut. I started Oberlin Switchboard so that members of the community could help each other out.

These fantastic people help our Switchboard thrive.

Ben

Ben Jones

Marissa

Marissa Evans

Bill Denneen

Danielle

Danielle Young

Polly

Polly Washburn

Gayle Boyer

Dana

Dana Hamdan

Donna Russell

Amy Immel

Peter

Peter McEllhenney

Lori Young



Since the Dawn of Oberlin Switchboard We've had the pleasure of seeing

2,709 members
2,217 asks and offers
6,903 connections

We Salute Our most helpful members

Mike

Mike McComb

Hannah

Hannah Parkins

Emily

Emily Perry

Anna

Anna Brown

Ida

Ida Hoequist

Rachel

Rachel Manning

Lei

Lei Zhao

Aaron

Aaron Kozloff

Sarah Bania-Dobyns

Lisa

Lisa Troshinsky

And give a nod to Our most popular posts

by Milena on Mar 01, 2017

Looking for advice: graduating this May

Hi! My name is Milena Williamson, and I will graduate this May.  I'm majoring in English and creative writing. I have experience working in arts nonprofits and teaching.  I'm seeking a position or internship that will engage my love of literature and poetry.   If you are an educator or advocator of the arts, I'd like to talk to you.  I'm also interested in exploring related fields such as communications, library work, and mentorship programs. I would love to hear from you.  How did you find your job?  What do you like about your current position?  What advice do you have for someone who is starting out? Thanks! I'm looking forward to hearing from you.

by Tony on Mar 13, 2017

Hosting Obie In New England

Hi Obies, my name is Tony Moaton, and I am a graduating senior who will be spending the second half of his Spring Break (Thursday, March 23 to Sunday, March 26) traveling around New England, specifically Boston, Providence, New York, and New Haven. I will be moving to Connecticut in June, and I wanted to see what it's like to live in New England as well as visit various grad schools in the area. I wanted to see if there was anyone in any of these areas who would feel comfortable with me staying with them, even if just for a day/night? I would truly appreciate whatever anyone can offer! Thanks, Tony

by Peggy on Mar 02, 2017

Summer Sublet in Seattle

Ballard house available for summer sublet. $600/month plus chicken sitting (very easy).  Ballard. 

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