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The Winter Career and Internship Fair will be held on Tuesday, January 31 from 10am-3pm in the Baker Ballroom. Over 80 employers will be in attendance offering internships, co-ops, part-time and full-time positions. All Ohio University students and alumni are welcome to attend, and no pre-registration is necessary.
Professional dress is required. Please bring you student ID and résumé.
For a complete list of employers, log on to Bobcat CareerLink at: http://ohio-csm.symplicity.com/students
More information is available at: http://www.ohio.edu/careers/students/careerfair.cfm
Preparation is the Key to Success for the Upcoming Winter Career & Internship Fair
* Review the list of companies attending the career fair who are recruiting for your major (available in Bobcat Career Link in the “Attend Events” section).
* Create a list of your target companies.
* Research your companies of interest (their website is a great starting point) and be prepared to tell a recruiter why you are interested in their company.
* Prepare a 30 second commercial. This is an enthusiastic introduction of yourself, which typically includes: Name, Major, Year, Intent (Internship or full-time job), why you are interested in the company, and asking a good question that shows your interest. Also think about experiences from your past (work, academic, student involvement) that showcase what you have to offer an employer.
* Dress Professionally. Recruiters equate how neatly you dress with how neatly you work.
* Relax. Be Confident. Be yourself. Everyone wants you to succeed at the Career Fair.
Filed under: Job Search | Tags: internships, Pittsburgh, pr, public relations
Filed under: Career Resources | Tags: career exploration, classes, sophomores
Are you interested in exploring potential career paths?
Would you like a firsthand look at the occupation you are interested in?
Do you want to learn how to determine and apply your unique strengths?
If so, UC 269C is the perfect class for you! UC 269C is a 2 credit hour course for sophomores, taught by Kristine Hoke, Assistant Director in the Office of Career Services. UC 269C will provide you with an interactive approach to career exploration. Throughout the quarter you will explore potential careers and work to determine which are best suited to you. Your unique strengths will be determined and you will learn how to apply them in a professional setting. Additionally, you will be connected with a professional to arrange a job shadowing experience. Ways to get involved on campus, networking tips and opportunities to interact Alumni and faculty in your field of interest will be provided.
UC 269C will be offered on Tuesdays from 3:10-5pm this winter.
Register Today! Class number 17236
Ohio University Career Services will hold a Law School Fair on Wednesday, November 2 from 6-8p.m. in Baker Ballroom A. Representatives from over 20 law schools from California to Connecticut will be in attendance.
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Careers in Community Organizing for Social Justice Available to OU students and alums!
The Direct Action & Research Training (DART) Center will be on the OU campus on Monday, November 7 at 6:00pm in Bentley Hall 129 to discuss careers in the field of community organizing with students interested in empowering their communities and working for social change.
Please RSVP if you are interested by contacting Hannah Wittmer at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 785-506-8915 with your name, phone #, email address and year in school.
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Filed under: Events | Tags: alumni, Bobcat, branding, career week, Ohio, personal brand
As part of the annual Career Week, Ohio University Career Services and the Student Alumni Board will host a Bobcat 2 Bobcat panel on Wednesday, September 28 at 6:30 p.m. in Baker 503. The panel will discuss how to develop your personal brand and make a name for yourself as you prepare to enter the job market.
Panelists include Angela Krile, Krista Sanford and Kristin Crain.
Angela Krile is President of Krile Communications – a Lancaster-based consulting firm specializing in communications strategy, marketing and public relations. During her nearly 20-year career, Angela has worked with clients that span the globe and range from small, local non-profit organizations to Fortune 500 Companies and international art exhibitions. Angela’s clients have included such familiar names as The Coca-Cola Company, Cirque du Soleil, The Longaberger Company, Tween Brands, the Ohio Children’s Hospital Association, Telhio Credit Union and Buffalo Wild Wings. She has also consulted on numerous winning ballot issue campaigns.
Angela received her degree at the prestigious E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University and has served on Ohio University’s National Alumni Board. Ms. Krile was named to the 2006 class of Business First’s “Forty Under 40,” and is a member of the Leadership Columbus class of 2006 and the Public Relations Society of America. Angela chairs numerous volunteer committees for such organizations as 4-H, Rotary International, United Way, and local school districts. She has been a featured speaker on communications issues at Iowa State University, Ohio University, Capital University and The Ohio State University.
Angela and her husband have two young sons and live on a farm in Sugar Grove, Ohio.
Krista Sanford is an account manager at Dynamita digital agency and consultancy located in the Arena District in Columbus, Ohio. In her role, Krista coordinates both with internal teams and the client to guide the strategic and technical direction of web, mobile, social and other interactive projects for the client. During the past year, Krista has been primarily focused on the health care industry with clients such as The Ohio State University Medical Center, Wood County Hospital and Ohio Willow Wood but has also worked with consumer-facing brands such as Wings Over and House of LaRose. Prior to joining Dynamit in 2010, Krista served as an account executive at Fahlgren Mortine Public Relations where she focused on media relations, social media and account management for clients like Elmer’s Products Inc., Emerson Network Power’s Liebert business, Franklin Park Conservatory and others.
Krista graduated from Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism focused in public relations and a minor in business. While at Ohio University, Krista was a member of PRSSA and ImPRessions and also held several public relations and marketing internships at Fahlgren Mortine Public Relations, Bob Evans, Experience Columbus and O’Bleness Memorial Hospital.
Kristin Crain is a 2007 graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Public Relations sequence. While in Athens, Kristin was a Public Affairs Specialist for the Ohio Air National Guard and was active in Greek life as a Delta Zeta. Kristin is now a content developer and account coordinator for Dynamit Technologies, a Columbus, Ohio-based digital agency that designs and develops websites, internet applications and online marketing campaigns. She has also worked for GolinHarris, a top ten PR firm based in Chicago, and has had the privilege of working with many well-known clients such as The Ohio State University Medical Center, Dow Chemical, State Farm and Wrigley.
Kristin lives in Columbus, Ohio, and encourages students to take advantage of the many opportunities social media provides for them to develop and promote their personal brands and connect with alumni, peers and potential employers.
Career Week continues through Monday, October 4. Check out the official Facebook event for complete information about all programs.