Although the semester is winding down, there is still time to prepare for upcoming interviews related to internships, part- or full-time jobs with a mock interview.
These 30-minute appointments will give you the chance to answer common interview questions and then obtain feedback from a career coach. Bring a job description with you to tailor the interview toward a specific position or practice answering general behavioral-based questions that are commonly asked during interviews.
Appointments are currently being held in-person, virtually or over the phone. If you’d like to meet with a coach in-person, email email@example.com with your request for an in-person mock interview. Learn more and schedule your appointment.
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You may check out these job listings and more ATL job listings here.
OSU’s Center for Career and Professional Success is holding a virtual networking event on November 12 from 2:00pm-3:00pm.
At this event, students will have the opportunity to network with organizations who work with individuals with special needs. Speakers at the event with discuss the non-profit sector, the operations of non-profit organizations, and the health and wellness industry. The details of the event (including the zoom link and password) can be found here on Handshake.
Employers regularly report to the Center for Career and Professional Success that college graduates need to improve their communication skills (speaking, writing, reading, etc.). In addition, according to research from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), oral/written communication skills are one of the Critical Career Readiness Competencies that college graduates need proficiency in, to be prepared for the modern workforce. This Development Academy will help students develop these much needed skills!
Throughout the 5 sessions, Ohio State Alumni and local industry professionals will present on the following topics:
- Using Your Strengths to Refine Your Personal Pitch
- How to Improve Your Non-Verbal Communication Skills, and Eliminate Verbal Ticks
- The Do’s and Don’ts of Writing Emails, Texts, and Social Media Posts
- How to Get Noticed for Your Active Listening Skills
- Public Speaking (and Listening!) Master Classes
Make sure you at least register for the first day of the Academy on Handshake, which you can do HERE. If you want to guarantee your spot in all 5 sessions, then follow each of the links below and RSVP to reserve your spot. Remember, there are limited spots, so don’t miss out on this opportunity!
RSVP and learn more about each session through these links: October 15, October 22, October 29, November 5, and November 12. Each session is from 7pm to 9pm via Zoom. You do not have to attend all of the sessions, but it is recommended to attend at least 3, especially the first and last sessions.
Practice your interviewing skills.
Improve your interviewing confidence and your ability to make a positive impression, and increase your chances of succeeding in a post event (i.e. career fair, info session, etc.) interview by participating in the Interview with a Buckeye event February 18 and 19. Multiple time slots will be available on both days between 9am-4pm, with all mock interviews being held in 050 Denney Hall.
Connect with College of Arts and Sciences alumni who will provide feedback about your interviewing skills, answer questions you may have about interviewing, and provide tips for resume improvement. This is an excellent opportunity to network with Arts and Sciences alumni and to learn more about how they’re using their degree in the workplace.
To sign-up, please visit https://osu.joinhandshake.com/jobs/2650868/. Once on that page login to Handshake and “apply” for the Interview with a Buckeye position by submitting your resume. As soon as you do that you’ll be taken to a page where you can choose a time that fits your schedule. If you have any difficulty please email Randy Dineen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Center for Career and Professional Success is bringing an exciting event for undergraduates next semester: Interview with a Buckeye!
Improve your interviewing confidence, your ability to make a positive impression, and increase your chances of succeeding in a post-career fair interview by participating in the Interview with a Buckeye event on February 18-19. Multiple time slots will be available on both days, with all mock interviews being held in 050 Denney Hall.
For this event, we are bringing in College of Arts and Sciences alumni who will provide feedback about your interviewing skills, answer questions you may have about interviewing, and provide tips for resume improvement. This is an excellent opportunity to network with Arts and Sciences alumni and to learn more about how they’re using their degree in the workplace.
This event is currently open for registration on handshake here. To register, click “apply” and upload a copy of your resume to pick a timeslot for your interview that works with your schedule.