Procter & Gamble seeks candidates from the life and physical sciences, particularly Biology, Biochem, Chemistry, and Microbiology majors, for both full time and part time research and development roles. The company is using the university’s Buckeye Careers/FutureLink job and intern application system to receive resumes. In addition, you must also complete the online application process at the company website. P&G will be conducting on-campus interviews for these roles later in the month. Deadline to apply is 10/5.
1. Log into FutureLink, the Arts and Sciences portal to Ohio State’s job and internship database
2. Complete your profile, if you haven’t already done so
3. Click on the Jobs and Internships tab and search for job ID #
- 25292837 for the full-time role
- 25292839 for the internship
4. Click on the Apply button to submit your resume.
5. Use the information provided to complete the P&G internal application.
P&G serves approximately 4.6 billion people around the world with its brands, and operates in approximately 75 countries worldwide. With the strongest portfolio of trusted, quality, leadership brands, including Pampers®, Tide®, Pantene®, Gillette®, Oral-B®, and Old Spice®. They employ nearly 8,000 Research & Development (R&D) employees in 11 countries around the globe.
For any technical questions related to FutureLink, please contact Jeanine Linkenhoker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When: October 21, 12-4:30pm
Where: Ohio Union Grand Ballroom
Is Graduate School in your future? Whether you are on the fence or have your mind made up about attending Grad or Professional School, getting a head start on the process gives you an edge over other students applying! Ohio State offers the best resource to give you that edge; the annual Graduate and Professional School Expo. The Expo hosts more than 100 Graduate Schools from across the country and will allow you to explore all of your options, gather information, and make connections with admission officers. The Expo will also give you access to panels of current graduate students, admission officers, and admission faculty. These panels serve to give you invaluable tips and advice from the people who know the Graduate School admission process the best.
Admission is free to all Ohio State students and professional dress is not required. RSVP for the event at this link http://go.osu.edu/GradExpoRSVP and be entered to win an Apple watch!
We hope to see you all there!
Biology 4000, Scientific Roots in England, will be offered again this Spring 2016 if enough students enroll. This is a great opportunity to get started in study abroad, if that is in your plans.
The course is now more general than biology alone, and several topics in the history of chemistry and physics will be discussed. The course culminates with visits to London, Cambridge, and England’s “Jurassic Coast” to see important sites in the history of scientific discovery. It should be interesting and useful for any “scientist,” and is also a blast!
An information session will be held later in the fall, but if you know you are interested, please contact Dr. John Cogan now at email@example.com or 614-292-4470.
The application deadline for this program is Oct 1, 2015. The application is available on the website of the Office of International Affairs (oia.osu.edu/study-abroad.html).
Studying abroad is a valuable and exciting part of an undergraduate experience. When pursuing any study abroad opportunity, be sure to check in with an advisor to address any academic or financial implications of a semester abroad. Bon voyage!
All questions about this study abroad program should be directed to:
Dr. John G. Cogan
Auxiliary Assistant Professor
Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry
College of Arts and Sciences