January 2, 2018 at 4:15 pm

Career Week | Roundtables, Resume Review and Recruiters, Feb. 1

  • No Student RSVP needed. All events are free and open.

Come early to the networking reception for some special time with Arts & Sciences alumni at Roundtables, Resume Review and Recruiters on Thursday, Feb. 1, from 3 to 5 p.m., Baker Ballroom.

Then head to the Networking Reception for Arts & Sciences Students and Alumni on Feb. 1 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. (come for whatever fits your schedule) in Baker Center Ballroom B. Students who RSVP will get free business cards to use at the reception.

  • Get a LinkedIn photo.
  • Get tips from networking guru.
  • Build your Bobcat network.
  • Bring your draft resume and questions.

These events are part of the College of Arts & Sciences Career & Networking Week, Jan. 29 to Feb. 2, designed especially for undergrad and graduate students majoring in the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences.


  • Don’t Know What You Want To Do?
  • Knowing Your Strengths & Transferable Skills
  • Networking Tips

Resume Review with Alumni

Maria Maiorana, portrait

Maria Maiorana

Maria Maiorana, Technical Recruiting Coordinator

Maria Maiorana ’14 is a technical recruiting coordinator with CoverMyMeds, one of the fastest growing healthcare technology companies in the United States.

She graduated from Ohio University in 2014 with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Business Administration. After graduation, she moved to Columbus and started her first job in Customer Support at a business equipment/sales organization. In 2015, she moved over to an HR Administrator role at an IT recruiting firm. She joined CoverMyMeds in 2016 as an account specialist on the support team. A year later, she accepted a promotion on CoverMyMeds’ Recruiting team to pursue her passion for talent management.

David Levy, portrait

David Levy

David Levy Spent His Career in Information Technology

David Levy ’78, Mathematics worked for the American Chemical Society in Columbus, leading software engineering departments developing and operating systems.

Lisa Maatz, portrait

Lisa Maatz

Lisa Maatz Is a Respected Advocate, in D.C. and at OHIO

Lisa Maatz, a much-respected policy adviser and advocate for women and girls in Washington, D.C., and at OHIO, earned an B.A. in Sociology and Political Science (Pre-Law), in addition to a Women’s Studies Certificate.

David A. Wolfort, portrait

David A. Wolfort

David Wolfort Is President of Olympic Steel

David A. Wolfort ’74 is President of Olympic Steel. He majored in Government.

Corporate Participants


LabCorp logo LabCorp,  the world’s leading health-care diagnostics company, is looking for microbiologists for its Dublin, OH, facility. LabCorp provides leading-edge medical laboratory tests and services through a national network of primary clinical laboratories and specialty testing laboratories.


Nestle logoNestlé Quality Assurance Center, based in Dublin, OH, has internships and full-time positions in microbiology and chemistry. A recent $31 million investment, the Dublin facility was designed to raise the bar for the verification of food safety and quality standards for the global leader in nutrition, health and wellness.


Gotion logoGotion,  a fast-growing company that aims to innovate in the electric vehicle technology (lithium batteries and related systems), is looking to hire several associate-level chemists. Gotion Inc. is headquartered in the Silicon Valley of California with sites in Ohio, China, Japan and Europe. Talk with alum Michael Moehring ’10, a Research Chemist with Gotion.

Cover My Meds

Cover My Meds logoCoverMyMeds, with offices in Columbus and Cleveland, has helped 80,751,961 patients get the medication they need to live healthy lives. CoverMyMeds is consistently ranked a Best Place to Work in Ohio. Cover My Meds is interested in expanding opportunities for Arts & Sciences students, particularly in Sociology and Psychology


Quidel logoQuidel Corp. is a leading manufacturer of diagnostic healthcare solutions serving to enhance the health and well-being of people around the globe with well-known and respected products that provide healthcare professionals with accurate and cost-effective diagnostic information at the point of care. Quidel opportunities include part-time student jobs, internships, and full-time science jobs. Laboratory experience is desired.

Wayne National Forest

Wayne National Forest sign, indicating Athens ranger stationWayne National Forest is located in the hills of southeastern Ohio, covering over a quarter million acres of Appalachian foothills. The Forest features over 300 miles of trails for hiking, all-terrain vehicle riding, mountain biking, or horseback riding in season. Internship opportunities are available, as well as job opportunities with the U.S. forest service.

Ohio Means Jobs

Ohio Means Job logoOhio Means Jobs Athens County is a partner of the Ohio Means Jobs system and the American Job Center network. The Work Station can help employers find the right employees and job seekers find great careers.

Rural Action

Rural Action logoRural Action is a membership-based nonprofit working in the southeast and central eastern counties of Appalachian Ohio since 1991. Its work is about developing the region’s many assets in environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable ways, focusing on sectors such as food and agriculture, forestry, zero waste and recycling, environmental education, and watershed restoration. Emerging work in social enterprise development, local tourism, and energy are more recent parts of its portfolio.


Stephanie Miller of Biological Sciences and Corey Beck of Chemistry & Biochemistry will host a reunion table for STEMstart participants to discuss science careers. “Dr. Beck and I would like to see you, catch up with how your are performing in your courses, provide academic advising, hear your feedback about your first or second year at OHIO,” says Miller.


College of Arts & Sciences Career & Networking Week, JAn. 29-FEb. 2, 2018.


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