The WW Teaching Fellowship seeks to train highly talented STEM students and place them in high need schools in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. This fellowship program provides admission into a competitive Masters of Education program, clinical practice, certification, mentoring, and a $32,000 stipend.
To apply, you must have your bachelor’s degree in a STEM field by Spring 2021 (or 30 college credits in a STEM field), a cumulative GPA of a 3.0, and be eligible to work in the U.S.
Apply now, the first round of applications are due November 4, 2020!
Franklin International is currently seeking 3 interns, one for engineering and two for chemical lab work. The internship runs from November 1, 2020 until April 30, 2021, with the potential opportunity to stay on for the summer. Minimum pay is $15 per hour and hours are usually during the day Monday through Friday.
To apply, you must be an Ohio resident, or a non-Ohio resident in school in Ohio, and be eligible to work in the U.S.. You must apply through the state website, but email firstname.lastname@example.org and let them know you are applying so they can find your resume in the database.
Applications are due by September 22, 2020 so apply now!
Indianapolis Teaching Fellows trains students without education degrees to become excellent teachers in a variety of subjects. Their Fellows will complete an intensive summer training program and begin to teach in Fall 2021. For the first two years of teaching, you will continue to receive coaching and complete additional certification coursework.
In order to apply you must graduate with your Bachelor’s by June 1 2021, be permitted to work in the U.S., have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA, and not be a licensed teacher.
The application deadline is October 13 2020, so apply now!
Tuesday, October 6 from 3:00 pm – 6:30 pm
The Science Career Fair is focused on helping you find an internship, a first job, or your next job! The event is open to ALL current Ohio State students and recent alumni. It will be held virtually on Handshake’s Career Fair platform. Mark your calendar now!
Attending employers recruit across a broad range of disciplines, but the focus will be on careers in The Sciences. There will be a large number of private, non-profit, governmental sector companies recruiting for Interns, R&D developers, chemists, microbiologists, lab technicians & scientists, pharmaceutical researchers & sales, medical consulting & sales, medical researchers, medical scribes, data scientists, software analysts, and many other related technical careers. In addition, there will likely be opportunities for technology, marketing, communications, business, data analytics, and engineering students.
Advanced research via Handshake is recommended to determine if a particular employer of interest will be in attendance. Keep checking back, as employers will be registering all the way up to the event. Attending employers seek to fill full-time, entry-level positions, as well as summer internships.
Registration is required on Handshake. Make sure to sign up for company information sessions, as well as 1-on-1 sessions to chat with company recruiters.
September 15-16, 2020 via Handshake
Registration is now open for the Fall Career and Internship Fair. This campus-wide fall career fair is open to Ohio State students across all majors, graduate programs and degree levels. We welcome employers from any industry to recruit undergraduate, graduate, and professional students in every academic program.
A Handshake account is required to participate in this year’s virtual fair experience.
Each academic year, a number of Career Fairs are hosted at Ohio State. For your convenience, the Office of Student Life has compiled a comprehensive list of fairs hosted on Ohio State campuses.
Thursday, September 10th 2020, 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm EDT
The Quantitative & Data Career Expo is open to all current Ohio State students and recent graduates and provides an opportunity for students to network with employers and learn about internship and career opportunities.
Attending industry partners will be primarily interested in students with data, technology, and analytical skill sets and are interested in chatting with students from the following majors, in particular: Computer & Information Science, Data Analytics, Economics, Mathematics, GIS, Physics, and Statistics. All students, however, are welcome as we know that many majors provide curriculum that enhances students knowledge in these areas.
Advanced research via Handshake is recommended to determine if a particular employer of interest will be in attendance and a good fit for your career advancement. You can also make an appointment via Handshake with a Career Coach to get assistance on your resume, interviewing skills, and/or job searches.
Attending employers seek to fill full-time, entry-level positions, as well as summer internships.
Pre-registration or RSVP for this event is required as space for the company information sessions and 1-on-1 sessions are limited.
Quanta BioDesign in Plain City, OH is seeking a part-time employee. The candidate will perform basic laboratory functions in support of the organic chemistry staff scientists. In this role, you will have access to over 100 combined years of organic chemistry manufacturing experience.
Contact today for more information at email@example.com.
Southern Teachers works with 650 K-12 private/independent, college-preparatory schools around the South. These schools list thousands of jobs throughout the year with Southern Teachers to find great educators to join their school communities.
In light of the ever-changing job market, Southern Teachers works diligently to maintain and foster new relationships with member schools to know their hiring needs.
Southern Teachers is still looking for candidates who are:
- passionate about science and hold a strong academic record
- enthusiastic about working with kids
- looking to be part of a collaborative and engaging environment
If you are interested in a chemistry teaching position, especially in the southern United States, Southern Teachers Agency can help you find the right fit. Candidates for the teaching positions do not necessarily need teacher certification to work in private/independent schools. To learn more and apply, you can visit their website.
As students move off campus for the duration of the semester and the summer, CCSS has shifted to virtual meetings. Career counselors are available via Zoom during normal business hours, and can provide all the services students are used to, just virtually. Typical one-on-one career sessions focus on three main areas:
- The Job/Graduate School Search campaign: CCSS can help students with their job search, resumes/cover letters, interviewing and with personal statements for graduate school.
- Career Exploration: CCSS helps students explore their background, interests and values, as well as information about careers they are interested in. This information assists students when deciding which direction they want to head for their major or after graduation.
- Career Counseling: CCSS works with students who know where they want to go and how to get there, but there’s often times something in the way. They’ll assist with potential barriers that they might be facing as they move forward.
To make an appointment, students can call 614-688-3898 to get matched up with a career counselor. Students who are graduating in spring semester are eligible to use CCSS services up to three times in the semester following graduation.
The Arts & Sciences Center for Career and Professional Success (Career Success) is excited to launch a new podcast: Getting Ahead with Career Success.
Episode one focuses on online presence for a virtual job search and includes advice from employers and branding experts. The content covers online portfolios, consistency with your virtual imprint and core platforms such as LinkedIn and the career management system Handshake in building a reputable online presence.