BOMS Welcomes General Motors!

Hello Everyone,

Join us in welcoming General Motors, an American multinational corporation that designs, manufactures, markets, and distributes vehicles and vehicle parts, and sells financial services. Learn more about their operations and opportunities with the company and come early for free food and refreshments! For more information about GM, check out their website and their twitter!

Where: Schoenbaum 230
When: November 29th — Food served at 7:15; Meeting at 7:30

Have a great day and Go Bucks!

-BOMS Officer Team

Owens Corning + Officer Application Extension

Hello Everyone,

Two Announcements:

1. The Buckeye Operations Management Society will be hosting Owens Corning this Wednesday! Owens Corning is a global company that develops and produces insulation, roofing, and fiberglass composites. Learn more about their operations, hear about opportunities in the company, and come early to grab some free food! For more information about Owens Corning, check out their website and their twitter!

Where: Schoenbaum 230
When: November 15th — Food served at 7:15; Meeting at 7:30

2. We are extending the BOMS Officer application deadline to this Sunday, November 19th! For more information and the application, visit our website.

Have a great day and Go Bucks!

-BOMS Officer Team

2018 Global Operations Lab Opportunity

Today is the last day to apply for the 2018 Operations Global Lab! See below for program details and contact information. Our VP of Professional Development Rachel Horvath (Horvath.202) participated in this trip last year also and would be happy to answer any questions about program details or her experience!

Link to Apply

Link to Presentation from 11/15 BOMS meeting

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Program 

All roads lead to Rome; all business leads to China. China – an “increasingly diverse $11 trillion economy” – remains a top exporter of manufactured goods and a major demand center. After completing your 1-credit Spring Semester course on campus, travel to Hong Kong and China in May 2018 to better understand how companies are adapting and innovating their operations strategy to ensure the success of their global investment. Discover how 5,000 years of rich history translates to one of the largest markets of today.

Locations

The Chinese landscape is far from homogeneous – with 23 provinces, 4 municipalities, 5 autonomous regions, and 2 special Administrative Regions. Program travel is based in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Beijing, but tentative business visits are scheduled to take the group north of Hong Kong and across the mainland border to Shenzhen. A day excursion from Shanghai is tentatively scheduled in Suzhou, the “Venice of the East”.

Tentative business meetings in Shanghai include GM-SAIC, Crown Equipment Co, NFL China, etc. Tentative business meetings in Hong Kong include Mast Industries, TAL Apparel, Modern Terminal, etc.

Tentative cultural tours include the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, Lamma Island, Victoria Peak, Po Lin Monastery, The Bund, Humble Administrator’s Garden, etc.

Accommodations

You will stay in double occupancy hotel rooms.

Resident Directors

Steven Dickstein


Education Abroad Coordinator

Zachary Grammel

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Academics

Courses and Credit 

BUSADM 2798 – Study Tour: International (1 credit)
2018 Spring Semester Second Session
Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 pm
Prof. Steven Dickstein

The course is designed to integrate industry expertise with a global context and prepare you for your meetings with companies in Hong Kong and China. Course content will include a macroeconomic view of the country in the context of the surrounding region, introduction to doing business in the region, historical overview and future projections for the local economy.

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Eligibility

Application Requirement 

In order to be eligible to apply for this program, meet OIA’s General Eligibility Requirements and Conditions for Participation. All students will also be required to participate in on-campus pre-departure orientations organized by the Office of International Affairs.

You must include an updated resume.

  • Enrolled as undergraduate student at OSU
  • At least sophomore standing
  • Maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher
  • No student record actions of “Warning”, “Probation”, or “Probation by Special Action”
  • Complete BUSML 3380 or BUSMGT 3230 or BUSMGT 3130 before the dates of travel
  • Complete required on-campus pre-departure orientations organized by the Office of Global Business

Please note that upon application, a $150 application fee will be assessed. The application fee will be refunded only if the applicant is not accepted or a written request to withdraw the application is submitted prior to the application deadline.

Passports

Passports are required for every Ohio State education abroad program. For many study abroad destinations, passport information is required to apply for an entry visa early as 6 months prior to departure). For information about apply for a passport, go to travel.state.gov.

Hello Everyone,

Schedule Changes:
No meeting next week

Here is the updated schedule which can also be found on our website!

 

 

 

 

 

Case Competition Info:

We would like to invite you to participate in SCNO’s Annual Case Competition!

It is a one day case competition designed around a real non-profit case, helping to solve a problem that the organization is currently facing.

This is a great chance to build leadership/teamwork skills, challenge yourself with a short time frame, and help out a non-profit in our community! Not to mention a unique resume builder and the opportunity to win some cash. ($500 to first place team and $200 to second place.)

Application is here: http://www.scnoosu.com/scno-case-competition/

 General Schedule is:
Monday (11/6) 7:30PM- Case Comp Q&A. 
This will be an opportunity to get tips and tricks to succeeding in case competitions as well as additional info that can help with the non-profit aspect of the case. You will get to meet your team and general info about the case will be given to allow for research to start. (this will basically be an open general body meeting)

Thursday (11/9) 6:00PM- Kickoff Dinner
Network with community non-profit leadership. Opportunity to seek help from the non-profit providing the case. Case materials will be released at the end of the dinner. 

Friday (11/10) 2:00PM- Presentations
Presentations will be staggered and times will be assigned due to team availability. Right now we are planning for an awards ceremony at 4:30 PM.

More details about the competition and info about Students Consulting for Non-Profits are on www.scnoosu.com

If you have any questions about the case or SCNO feel free to reach out to Gabrielle Trexler at trexler.14@osu.edu. Deadline to apply is 10/31.

Have a great day and Go Bucks!

-BOMS Officer Team

BOMS Welcomes Worthington Industries!

Hello Everyone,

The Buckeye Operations Management Society will be hosting Worthington Industries this Wednesday! Worthington is a global metals manufacturing company based right here in Columbus, OH. Learn more about their operations, hear about opportunities in the company, and come early to grab some free food! For more information about Worthington Industries, check out their website and their twitter!

Where: Schoenbaum 230
When: October 18th — Food served at 7:15; Meeting at 7:30

Have a great day and Go Bucks!

-BOMS Officer Team

Visit our jobs page to learn more about an ODW Logistics Internship opportunity!

BOMS Welcomes ODW Logistics!

Hello Everyone,

The Buckeye Operations Management Society will be hosting ODW Logistics this Wednesday! ODW Logistics is an industry forerunner providing supply chain solutions for medium to large companies. Learn more about their operations and opportunities with the company and come early for free food and refreshments! For more information about ODW, check out their websiteand their twitter!

Where: Schoenbaum 230

When: 10/4 — Food at 7:15; Meeting at 7:30

Have a great day and Go Bucks!

-BOMS Officer Team

BOMS Welcomes Cardinal Health for Mock Interviews!

Hello Everyone,

The Buckeye Operations Management Society will be hosting Cardinal Health this Wednesday for mock interviews! Make sure to come out to learn more about Cardinal and grab some great food (Cane’s!) served throughout the meeting! If you have any questions about career fairs, networking, or interviews, this is a great opportunity to ask a professional. There will also be opportunities to network after. We hope to see you there!

Different than normal!
Place: Mason Study Rooms
Time: 7:15 (please arrive 5-10 min. early)
Format: Mock Interviews, No Presentation
Dress: Business Casual Recommended

Note* Please bring 4-5 copies of your resume
Please RSVP Using This Link!

About Cardinal Health:

Cardinal Health is a global, integrated healthcare services and products company based in Dublin, OH. This is a great opportunity to network with representatives from a Fortune 25 company. For more information about Cardinal, check out their website and their twitter!

Have a great day and Go Bucks!

-BOMS Officer Team

BOMS Welcomes Rockwell Automation!

Hello Everyone,

The Buckeye Operations Management Society will be hosting Rockwell Automation this Wednesday, September 6th at 7:30pm in Schoenbaum 230. Make sure to come out to learn more about Rockwell and grab some great food (served at 7:15)! We hope to see you there!

About Rockwell:

Rockwell Automation is the world’s largest company dedicated to industrial automation and information. Rockwell Automation is a Fortune 500 company that employees over 22,000 people and operates in more than 80 countries. For more information about Rockwell, check out their website and their twitter!

Have a great day and Go Bucks!

-BOMS Officer Team

Resume Workshop and Cummins!

Hello Everyone,

We hope everyone had a great first week of classes and is excited for the new semester! BOMS is kicking off with a Resume Workshop this Wednesday, August 30th as well as hosting Cummins this Thursday, August 31st.

August 30th: Resume Workshop

One benefit of being a member of BOMS is you have the opportunity to have your resume included in the BOMS Resume Book, which is given to our partner companies attending the Fisher Career Fair (Sep 6th).  By attending the Resume Workshop, you have the opportunity to have your resume critiqued before the career fair. 

After getting it critiqued at the workshop, please e-mail your resume in Word Doc format to boms@osu.edu NO LATER THAN Saturday, September 2nd at Noon.

If you cannot make the the workshop, you must send it to boms@osu.edu in Word Doc format later than Wednesday (8/30) at 7:00pm, otherwise it will not be accepted!

August 31st: Cummins, Inc.

Join BOMS and TLA in welcoming Cummins as our presenter this semester! Cummins, Inc. is an American Fortune 500 corporation that designs, manufactures, and distributes engines, filtration, and power generation products. Cummins also services engines and related equipment, including fuel systems, controls, air handling, filtration, emission control and electrical power generation systems. For more information visit their website or check out their twitter!

Special Meeting time and Place for Cummins Meeting:

Doors will open at 5:30 and the meeting will be from 6:00PM – 7:00PM in the Mason Rotunda

All of our other meetings this year will be held in Schoenbaum 230, with food being served at 7:15pm and the meeting running from 7:30 – 8:35pm. If you have any questions about this event or BOMS in general, please feel free to email us at boms@osu.edu, or talk to an officer at our events.

We looking forward to seeing you all Wednesday!

-BOMS Officer Team

Fall Resume Workshop

 

Hello Everyone,

The Buckeye Operations Management Society will be having a resume workshop next Wednesday, August 30th at 7:15pm in Schoenbaum 230. We hope to see you there!

If you cannot make it, please be sure to send us your resume to boms@osu.edu by Wednesday at 7pm so it can be included in the BOMS Resume Book!

Have a great day and go bucks!

-BOMS Officer Team

Welcome!

The Buckeye Operations Management Society (BOMS) is the student organization dedicated to the education and professional development of Fisher College of Business students in the field of Operations Management as well as a student chapter of APICS, the leading professional organization for Operations and Supply Chain Management. BOMS provides students the opportunity to network with professionals, peers, and faculty members in an informal setting.  The organization aims to serve as the premier recruiting resource for companies seeking Fisher’s best operations students.

BOMS supports its members by facilitating or providing the following opportunities:

  1. Executive speakers and facility tours
  2. Career management and networking opportunities
  3. Leadership and professional development opportunities
  4. Opportunities to earn professional Operations Management certifications
  5. Opportunity to participate, and potentially win prizes, in business case competitions specific to Operations Management

Operations Management is used in production and service industries to improve efficiency, improve processes, manage inventory, and optimize production lines.  Operations Management can refer to all the activities related to producing and managing an organization’s goods and services. For more information about Operations Management, please visit The Fisher College of Business information page.