Summer Job Openings

Looking for a job to provide patient Hours for PA School?

Ohio At Home, A Home Health Agency, is looking for students who are interested in working this summer! They will be setting up a table in Atwell Hall lobby this Thursday, April 25th from 11am-4pm and want to hire you! This is a great way to earn patient hours needed for PA school without having any formal STNA license. If you are interested please stop by Atwell Hall this Thursday.

If you have additional questions about this organization or opportunity, or can’t make it on Thursday, please reach out to Carson Dentinger, Client Relations Coordinator, at carson.dentinger@ohioathome.com. See attached job description.

Note: This opportunity is open to all students. It isn’t just for pre-PA. Anyone who is interested is welcome to stop by!

Healthcare & Life Sciences Expo

ASC Career Success is bringing together a select group of 15-30 companies that will provide a wide range of opportunities in two huge industries: Healthcare & the Life Sciences.  The Healthcare & Life Sciences EXPO is open to ALL students interested in careers in these areas.

RSVP now for the Monday, March 18th Healthcare & Life Sciences EXPO at the Biomedical Research Tower (room 115) from 3:30pm to 6:30pm.

The companies attending this fair will be hiring for full-time entry level positions, as well as summer internships. Don’t put off your career search any longer! Attend the event and find that first job, your next job, or a resume building summer internship! 

More details are available on Handshake.

Job Opportunity for Pre-Health Students

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.

More information can be found on this flyer. To apply, send your resume and availability jobs@ohioathome.com.

Medical School Admissions Overview

OSU’s PreSOMA club is hosting a Medical School Admissions Overview on campus, Saturday, November 17th 9:00am – 11:30am.

The event will feature speakers from Ohio University’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM).

Topics will include:

  • The application process and timeline
  • Materials needed for application to med school
  • Medical Student Q&A Panel
  • OU-HCOM overview
    • Introduction to Osteopathic Medicine

The event will take place in Independence Hall (1923 Neil Ave, Columbus, OH 43210). Attire is business casual.

Please register for the event. Any questions can be directed to presomaohiostate@gmail.com.

Job Opportunity for Pre-Health Students

Ohio At Home is currently looking to hire new in-home health aides from OSU pre-health programs as this line of work most directly relates to their studies 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.

They help our clients live their lives in the most independent and meaningful way possible while also helping their team develop the professional skills they need to succeed in their careers. Ohio At Home’s scheduling is based on OSU’s semester system and offers flexible scheduling that can accommodate students’ academic and extracurricular commitments.

To apply, students can email their resume, general availability (Sunday-Saturday), and a small blurb about themselves to jobs@ohioathome.com.

Jobs Available: Ohio At Home Healthcare Agency

Ohio At Home Healthcare Agency currently has a need for home health aides to cover the hours of clients.
The clients in need primarily live directly across the street from the OSU Wexner Medical Center and has a stop on the CLN/CLS routes, making it perfect for OSU class schedules and those who lives in the dorms. Student Safety can also be accessed at this location. 
 
Supported clients have developmental disabilities ranging from children with autism to adults with paraplegia/quadriplegia. This is a great way for pre-health students to gain patient care experience, but they also hire students studying other disciplines. They have aides who have majors in other areas like music and languages. Ohio At Home believes everyone’s interests and hobbies can benefit the lives of clients. 
 
There are a range of hours available, including overnight, afternoon and evening shifts. There is particular need for availabilities during the following shifts: 
-Wednesday’s 12am-8am (arriving Tuesday night and leaving at 8am Wednesday morning)
-Wednesday’s 7pm-12am
-Saturday’s 12am-8am (arriving Friday night and leaving at 8am Saturday morning)
-Saturday’s 7pm-12am
To apply, students can email their resume, general availability (Sunday-Saturday), and a small blurb about themselves to jobs@ohioathome.com and CC megan.delagrange@ohioathome.com.
Priority will be given to those who are willing to work one of the mentioned shifts, as well as those who are willing to work over school breaks, whether it be by staying in Columbus or returning for a couple days each week to help out. This should be included in the email as well in order to expedite the interview process. 

Pre-Health Wilderness Medicine Course

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Interested in emergency medicine, humanitarian relief work, wilderness medicine, or global health? The University of Colorado School of Medicine is offering a two week Pre-Health Wilderness Medicine Program that provides great hands on experience. The program is ideal for nursing, pre-medical, pre-veterinary, pre-dental, and health professions students.

Students will:

  • Hear from professional school admissions officers
  • Participate in EMS ride-alongs
  • Attend lectures on humanitarian relief and disaster response work
  • Learn outdoor skills such as map and compass reading
  • Go hiking, canoeing, and exploring in the Rocky Mountains

The program begins in metro Denver and concludes at a basecamp in the wilderness of the Rocky Mountains. There is a session from May 28th to June 9th, and another from August 6th to August 18th.

Students will not only leave better prepared for professional school, but also with survival skills that will invaluable in an emergency or wilderness incident. More information and registration links can be found on Image result for cu logothe CU Emergency & Wilderness Medicine page.

OSU Graduate and Professional School Fair

The sixth annual OSU Graduate and Professional School Fair will be held on Thursday, November 5 from 4:30 – 6:00 PM in the Ohio Union Great Hall Meeting Rooms 1 & 2.

Admission representatives from more than twenty OSU programs, pre-law and pre-health advisors, and arts and sciences career counselors will be available to answer questions.  This is a great opportunity for students who are new to OSU to begin to think about coursework, extracurricular activities, and co-curricular opportunities that will help them to prepare for graduate or professional school admissions.  It is also a good opportunity for students who are approaching graduation to learn what they need to do in order to apply to an OSU program.

This Fair is an option for Student Success Series credit.

Admission is free and refreshments will be provided.