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October 30, 2015 at 11:27 am

Career Corner | Find a job/internship TODAY!

By Jessie Carter
Assistant Director, Career & Leadership Development Center for the College of Arts & Sciences

Finding an internship or a full-time job opportunity can seem daunting. Did you know that Ohio University students (and alumni) have access to a job and internship search engine in which hundreds of employers across the state and the nation at large post opportunities for Bobcats? It’s even updated on a daily basis! Sound too good to be true? It’s real – trust me.

Bobcat CareerLink is your one-stop shop to browse through dozens of internship and job postings from companies and organizations in Ohio and beyond. Upload your resume today and access information about jobs and employers, as well as workshops and events hosted by the Career and Leadership Development Center.

Bobcat CareerLink is also a great place to find more details about the upcoming events, like employer information sessions and on-campus interviews. If you have questions about this or any of the above, don’t hesitate to stop by the CLDC (Baker Center 533) or give us a call at 740.593.2909.

Prepare for a Successful Interview

Congratulations – an employer was impressed by your resume and application and has invited you to interview for the position. Now it’s time to prepare.

Take advantage of the Career and Leadership Development Center’s Mock Interview Program prior to your big day. Regardless if you’re preparing for an interview with an employer or for a graduate program, our Mock Interview Program is an essential tool to polish your interview skills. Interviews can be conducted in person or over the phone and last 30 minutes in length, which also includes time for feedback related to the mock interview. Register here.

Four-Year Career and Academic Plan

The Career and Academic Checklist is a great resource to make sure you’re on track with your academic and career plans. It offers useful recommendations for each year of your studies and provides suggestions to ensure you’re moving forward with a strategic plan for success as you continue down your career path.

To discuss the checklist and other career-related topics, schedule a 30-minute career coaching appointment with Jessie Carter, Assistant Director for the Career and Leadership Development Center for the College of Arts & Sciences.

Jessie Carter

Jessie Carter

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