Ohio At Home is currently seeking to hire new Patient Care Assistants from OSU students working towards a career in healthcare or human services, as this line of work most directly relates to their goals and can serve as a great opportunity to gain hours of patient care experience and develop a network of colleagues and professional references.
Ohio At Home is a home healthcare agency that employs primarily Ohio State students and provides direct care services to individuals with developmental disabilities in central Ohio. Their agency supports clients ranging from children with autism to adults with paraplegia/quadriplegia.
The role of Patient Care Assistant involves tasks of daily living, behavioral and emotional support, community involvement and direct patient care. Key traits for a successful Patient Care Assistant are patience, kindness, teamwork, a passion for service, and an eagerness to learn.
Although Ohio At Home’s PCA staff is primarily comprised of pre-health students, all majors and areas of interest are invited to apply. Scheduling is based on the university semester system and can accommodate academic and extracurricular commitments. Past patient care experience is not required to apply, but those with experience are also encouraged.
ASC Career Success has a great opportunity for you to explore career paths within your interests and major, as well as connect with employers in the industry.
Hear from alumni and professionals in the field who have been in your shoes and want to share helpful advice that you can apply along your career journey. Learn about career paths and gain insight on job search tactics. This event will consist of a Q&A panel session followed by an opportunity to network with the panelist in a casual yet professional environment. Don’t miss the chance to interact with professionals and have your career questions answered! To ensure you get the most out of the event, prepare questions for the panelist in advance!
The panel of professionals who will be in attendance consists of:
Ramy Sarsour, President of Medical Scribing Solutions
Sriram Durvasula, Chief Strategist & Creative Director of LOXI
Karen Hallberg, Fish and Wildlife Biologist from U.S. Fish & Wildlife, Ohio Ecological Services
Brian McQuade from Medpace
Michael Hoover, Research Scientist at Charles River Laboratories
Nicole Raab, Senior Technician at Battelle
Free snacks and beverages provided. You are encouraged to attend the full session, but if you are only able to drop in that is okay!
The event will be Wednesday, November 28th from 6:00pm – 7:30pm in Math Tower Room 724.
Are you having trouble finding an internship, research opportunity, or job?! If so, handshake is the place for you! Ohio State has partnered with handshake to provide you with easy access to all things related to your career development! Visit http://handshake.osu.edu/ and sign in with your OSU name.# and password.
Handshake has replaced previous OSU sponsored programs such as CareerEngine, Hireabuckeye, FutureLink, and Buckeye Careers Network.
Save The Date for the Chemistry & Biochemistry Club Ice Cream Social! All are welcome to enjoy free ice cream, mingle with other CBC students & faculty, and learn about the Chemistry & Biochemistry Club. Students are invited to join the club for exciting events, captivating speakers, pizza, and fun! We hope to see you there!
The Graduate Macromolecular Student Organization at Case Western Reserve University would like to invite post-doctorate, graduate, and undergraduate students from all science and engineering programs to attend the PiNO Career Fair on June 9, 2017 in Cleveland, Ohio.
The Polymer Initiative of Northeast Ohio (PiNO) is a one-day job fair and conference that allows students seeking internships, co-ops, or full-time employment to present posters, network with industry representatives, and win cash prizes. PiNO attracts students and representatives from ALL science and engineering fields.
An online abstract and resume is due by June 2, 2017. Registration is just $10 for all looking to attend. For more registration information, conference details, and a growing list of company sponsors, please visit the PiNO website here!
Do you want to get your toe in the door of science careers, or an internship there, but don’t know where to start? Do career fairs or internship fairs intimidate you? Is networking a challenge?
The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) created this video to help with those things! The following video contains networking tips, etiquette for networking, and different techniques for gaining traction at career fairs and meet ups.
Activities will include a “meet the faculty” session, lunch with current students, and a tour of lab facilities. Students will gain exposure to some of the life science research being conducted at Purdue, in addition to the chance to talk with faculty and students to familiarize themselves with the PULSe Program.
Date: Friday, November 4, 2016 Time: 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM Location: 207 S. Martin Jischke Drive, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
The Spring Career Fair is on Wednesday, February 24 from 10:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. in the Archie M. Griffin Grand Ballroom at the Ohio Union.
The career fair is particularly important to graduating seniors as employers will be recruiting for full-time positions and entry-level training programs. In addition, there will be internship opportunities and chances to network for first, second, and third-year students.
While no registration is required to attend, students are encouraged to look at what organizations will be represented by clicking here. Many organizations are looking for life science majors, such as LabCorps, Medpace, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and The Peace Corps, among many other.
For tips on how to prepare for a career fair, click here.