Ohio University students, especially those involved with the Wealth & Poverty Theme, are encouraged to apply for summer internships through the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty. Two information sessions are planned: Monday, Oct. 24, from 5-6 p.m. Baker Center 231 Thursday, Nov. 3, from 6-7 p.m. Baker Center 239 Ohio […]Read more ›
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By Nicholas Albright This past summer, Sallie Cohen interned with the Jewish Family Service in Cincinnati, a nonprofit social service agency that serves all individuals without regard to religion, race, age, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, or ability to pay. She worked closely with staff and assisted with elderly care. […]Read more ›
By Hannah Leaker Hailey Butterfield, a senior studying sociology criminology at Ohio University, had the opportunity to intern with the Athens County Sheriff’s Office. She described the internship as one of her favorite experiences of college thus far. Preparation In preparation for the internship, Butterfield received information regarding what she […]Read more ›
by Kristin M. Distel Hannah Koerner, a senior English major and Honors Tutorial College student at OHIO, spent her summer completing the internship of her dreams—an editorship with Melville House publishing company in Brooklyn, NY. This extremely competitive internship was one of 30 for which Koerner applied. “The application process […]Read more ›
The Environmental & Plant Biology Internship Symposium is Friday, Oct. 21, in Porter 417. A reception begins at 5 p.m., followed by internship presentations at 5:30 p.m. The internship symposium is a yearly opportunity for Plant Biology students to briefly present on internships they did over the summer or during […]Read more ›
This past summer Chuyang Wu, a senior in Economics, found a program management/sales internship position with BorgWarner located in Auburn Hills, Detroit MI. She worked in the BorgWarner Powertrain Technical Center with both the Program Management and the Sales Analysis departments. The company’s powertrain technologies are used to improve fuel […]Read more ›
By Ryan Tumbleson ’20 HTC Engineering Physics and Electrical Engineering It’s crazy to think that my summer and my internship at Argonne National Lab near Chicago are over. (I explain what I did there in previous posts, Exploring the Nanoscale and Interns Tour Chicago.) I’m very grateful to have the opportunity […]Read more ›