TODAY: Science Career Fair

The Science Career Fair will be held in-person TODAY, October 3rd from 12:00-4:00 PM EST in the Ohio Union Performance Hall (1st floor). This event is a great way to find an internship, a first job, or your next job!

The event is open to all current Ohio State University students and recent alumni.

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. Attending employers seek to fill full-time, entry-level positions, as well as summer internships.

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.

Bring the following when you attend:

  • While resumes are not required, it is strongly recommend that attendees come with 10-20 copies of their resumes.
  • Current Students: A valid BuckID is required to enter the fair on the day of the event.

Entry-Level Chemical/Biomedical Engineer Opening

Oakwood Labs has a Chemical/Biomedical Engineer position open for recent or soon-to be chemistry graduates. It is an entry-level opportunity for those interested in working at a technology-based pharmaceutical company.

The roles of this position include…

  • Perform pre-formulation laboratory experiments and studies
  • Perform process scale-up from laboratory to pilot laboratory
  • Perform process scale-up from pilot laboratory to manufacturing facility
  • Work on technology transfer activities

The application deadline is December 31, 2022. More information and how to apply can be found here.

Job Opening with National Institutes of Health (NIH)

The National Institute of Health (NIH) is actively recruiting an entry-level Downstream Process Development Associate Scientist to create processes to deliver material for first-time-in-human clinical trials. You must have a B.S. in biochemistry or another life science major with a strong chemistry background. Please see the job description for full details.

If you feel you are a good fit for this position, then please send your resume to Jeremy Hale ( Your resume should be a PDF file and the file must use the following file naming format to be passed on to an alumna at NIH:

Resume file name: NIH_Your First Name_Your Last Name_Downstream Process Dev Assoc Scientist_resume.PDF

Jeremy’s contact at NIH plans to pass top applicants to her hiring supervisor for consideration! This is a great opportunity. Resumes must be send to Jeremy by Monday, March 8th at Noon ET.