Job Postings and Internships
Looking for a new job? Looking for help? You're in the right place!
Ohio State is excited to announce our new partnership with Handshake, a modern platform for college recruiting. Handshake is a career-networking platform for Ohio State and recent graduates to connect with employers and internship sites in the corporate, nonprofit, and government sectors that are interested in recruiting Ohio State students. New Handshake accounts are now accessible to students or employers by clicking on the appropriate link below. Feel free to contact email@example.com with questions.
Check the following job boards for local and regional job and internship postings:
April 2, 2020
COVID-19 Job Search Resource
Today, Lt. Governor Husted announced that the Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation has developed a website specifically geared toward matching essential businesses with Ohioans who are able and willing to work as an essential employee during the COVID-19 crisis.
Both essential businesses and current job seekers can visit Coronavirus.Ohio.gov/JobSearch to post and search.
The site features a highly-streamlined interface with only two main links – one for essential businesses, and one for job seekers. Applicants can search through jobs in their area, their region, and the entire state.
First, be sure to start with Handshake for Students, Alumni and Employers
www.ohiomeansinternships.com (within the state of Ohio)
www.ohiomeansjobs.com (jobs within the state of Ohio)
www.hometownopportunities.com (positions in Auglaize, Darke, Mercer and surrounding counties)
Job Seekers with Disabilities
Parker Dewey - Find Micro Internships and Gig Opportunities
Parker Dewey is a network of highly-motivated Career Launchers and business professionals working together on Micro-Internships. As a consulting firm, Parker Dewey helps companies more effectively complete tasks and improve hiring. They do this by contracting with college students and recent graduates who want to work on short-term, professional projects so that they can generate income while demonstrating capabilities and gaining practical experience. Find paid, short-term projects through Parker Dewey's website.
Cover letter and resume writing information and individual consultation
Click HERE for a link to sample resumes and cover letters.
Job search strategy development by appointment
To schedule an appointment please contact Rachel Richardson by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Developing interviewing skills
Individual interviewing skills can easily be enhanced by participating in mock interviews or attending Lunch & Learns.
Career services online resources
- Entry site for all career services
- Career Counseling and Support Services
- Arts & Sciences Career Services Office
- Self-guided online career modules
- Max M. Fisher College of Business Career Services Office
- College of Education Career Services Office
- College of Engineering Career Services Office
- Student Life Disability Career Services | A Comprehensive Guide to Disability Disclosure
Network with Alumnifire!
Alumnifire is an online professional networking and mentoring tool for Ohio State alumni, students and staff to exchange industry expertise and career advice. Get connected with Alumnifire and join this powerful Buckeye network. Learn more »
For questions or additional information feel free to contact us at 614-292-3314 or 800-635-8944.
Finding an internship
Finding an employer match for an internship may seem daunting, but it doesn't have to be.
- Contact your Office of Career Development and Engagement by e-mail Rachel Richardson or phone at 567-242-7333;
- Search for Internships at the following sites: Handshake, Ohio Internships & Co-ops, Ohio Means Jobs, ZipRecruiter
- Other ways to find an internship include:
- Academic networks: professors, classmates, academic advisors, resident advisors, Ohio State alumni
- Social networks: family, friends, neighbors, clubs/extracurricular organizations
- Community networks: religious affiliations, volunteer organizations, professional associations
Job and internship fairs
A job/internship fair brings together job seekers and employers with a variety of opportunities. A job fair is one of the quickest ways to get connected with an employer, and there is often more than one way to get a job through a job fair.
Job/internship fairs represent an opportunity to:
- Establish contacts and build a job search network
- Explore opportunities available in your field
- Gather information about companies
- Submit your resume and/or arrange for interviews
- Find a job or internship
- Meet with new and less familiar companies in your field
Watch this 3 minute Buckeye OnPACE video to learn more about how to navigate a job fair.
For a full listing of career fairs at The Ohio State University, including the Lima Campus, click HERE.
Contact Rachel Richardson, the Office of Career Development and Engagement manager, with any questions you may have, to schedule an individual appointment for a resume review or to brush up on job fair preparation strategies by e-mailing Richardson.email@example.com or calling 567-242-7333.