Looking for Gap Year opportunities that allow you to build your resume for graduate or professional school, while also making an impact on the world? The Career Connections: GAP-Year Opportunities event helps students identify ways to take a 1 or 2 year “break” from academics to explore their goals, their professional field, or to just give back in a meaningful way before heading to graduate or professional school.
Join representatives from approximately 30 organizations around Ohio and Nationally at this ASC Career Success Career Connection. Career Connections events consist of networking sessions focused on popular career community destinations. Students will learn about career paths related to their interest and gain insight on job search tactics to use for entering the field.
Date: Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Location: Ohio Union, Great Hall
Time: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Register on Handshake: https://osu.joinhandshake.com/career_fairs/13449/student_preview
The Summer Internship and Opportunity Fair will take place on Tuesday, January 24th, from 1:00 to 5:30pm in the Ohio Union Grand Ballroom.
Organizations at the fair will be recruiting for volunteer positions, internships, part-time summer jobs, and full-time summer jobs. There will be 120 employers from a wide range of fields present. This is a great opportunity for you to find a way to spend your summer doing something you are interested in while enhancing your resume. While at the fair, you can also have a LinkedIn headshot taken for free!
In addition, Career Services has partnered with JFS Columbus to offer a unique career fair prep workshop titled The Secret Sauce. This interactive workshop will teach you skills you’ll need to standout at the Internship and Opportunity Fair. It will take place on Wednesday, Jan 18th, from 5:30 to 7:00pm in the Psychology Building, room 14.
Form undergraduate experiences through researching in neuroscience!
Do you have an interest in discovering new things and applying the skills you have learned in classes? Developing your resume and experiences as an undergrad?
Students will Learn basic molecular, animal behavior, and cellular biology techniques including PCR, molecular cloning, immunostaining, and microscopy with Dr. Jessica Lerch as you contibute to a laboratory research project on how stress hormones impact the development of nerve-injury induced pain. You will be working 10 – 15 hours a week.
Applicants should be able to work independently and with others, to meet deadlines, and to uphold the highest standards of safety and scientific integrity.
For more information, the specific criteria that needs to be met, and to apply, see Undergraduate Research Opportunity
Please email Dr. Lerch at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.