Job Opportunity: Companion Aide

Companion aides sought to join an existing care team for an elderly woman in Upper Arlington near OSU campus. Care recipient is able to do basic activities with standby supervision and as-needed assistance. On-job training provided and team work schedule is flexible. Current priority scheduling needs in Summer 2022 are for nights and Saturday/Sunday daytime hours, with additional weekday daytime hours available starting Autumn 2022. Hourly pay is highly competitive with local area home healthcare aide opportunities. Documentation and maintenance of up-to-date influenza and COVID vaccination/booster series is required. Please send queries or interest in this opportunity and a job resume to

Summer Scholarship Opportunity for Students

Working with Ohio At Home and Medforall has been a life changing experience and through this Scholars Program we are seeking to help introduce students in health-related academic programs to the history and current obstacles impacting the experience of disability as they gain experience with person-centered care through directly supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


More information about the internship program can be found on Ohio At Home’s website:

Ohio At Home

Ohio At Home Health Care Agency, LLC

You can reach me at or Ohio At Home through the phone number 614-800-0672 if there are any questions or further communication required to share this opportunity with your students!


Thank you,

Shelby Staats

Buckeyes Forward Mentoring

Buckeyes Forward Mentoring Program will connect Ohio State undergraduate and Graduate/ Professional students with alumni and community mentors to help students prepare for and propel forward to their future endeavors.

The goal of Buckeyes Forward is to provide Ohio State students with a formal, structured support system that is designed to foster a sense of inclusion and belonging while contributing to students’ personal and professional development. This mentoring program will focus on the next step after graduation, in the individual student’s plan, whether that be continuing their education and earning an advanced degree or beginning a career. By participating in the program, we hope to contribute to students’ personal, professional, and academic development and to provide mentors with a sense of purpose and connection to the Buckeye community.

Students can learn more and apply at


Apply for NEW Leadership Ohio 2022

Don’t miss the opportunity to join the 2022 NEW Leadership Ohio summer institute! Applications are due by Monday, May 2.
NEW Leadership is a nonpartisan program devoted to increasing the representation of women in American politics. The John Glenn College of Public Affairs hosts the intensive, five-day summer institute to prepare college women for the reality of political campaigns and asks them to run for office or work on campaigns and issues that align with their values.
Ohio students will have an opportunity to meet women leaders from around the country, interact with women in American politics, develop and practice leadership skills.
There is no cost to participate. Eligible applicants must be registered for the 2021-2022 academic year in either a two-year institution or as a rising junior or senior in a four-year institution. Students of all backgrounds, majors, and interests are encouraged to participate.

Apply Now

Ohio University Division of Physical Therapy Open House

Ohio University Division of Physical Therapy program is hosting a virtual open house on April 2, 2022 from 10:00-12:00pm EST for anyone interested in learning more about the physical therapy program at Ohio University. This virtual event will feature an introduction from our faculty, a video about our program, a presentation from the admissions team, and a Q&A panel with current OU PT students and alumni testimonies.  

For more information please review this event flyer and Google Form. Students can register for the free event by filling out the Google Form. Once students are registered, a follow-up email will be sent mid-March with further information and a Zoom link for the event. 

Summer Internship and Opportunity Fair

This year’s fair is scheduled in-person on February 15, and virtually on the Handshake platform on February 16, 2022. This event is for undergraduate students interested in obtaining a resume-building opportunity for Summer 2022. The Fair hosts employers from all over and will highlight those who are most dedicated to diversity. Learn more about employer values on the event website

FREE Professional Headshots for Students

All Ohio State students are invited to stop by the Ohio Union on Wednesday, February 16 between 2-5pm for a free professional headshot. The photos will be taken at the West end of the ballroom on the second floor in conjunction with the career fair taking place that same day.

Paid Undergraduate Research Opportunity

CREATES-Undergrad is a paid fellowship program for Ohio State University undergraduate students interested in cancer research. Selected participants will conduct work within The Ohio State University James Comprehensive Cancer Center and the College of Pharmacy. For more information, click here.

Child Care Access Means Parents in School

Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) is a program designed to assist parenting students on campus by providing high-quality child care services, counseling, and access to resources at and around OSU. With the new year, comes a new CCAMPIS application. Please CLICK HERE to access the new application for 2022. I encourage you to share this email with colleagues and students around campus so that we are able to bridge the gap in college education for Pell Grant-eligible undergraduate students and low-income graduate students.

Click here for more information: CCAMPIS Student Poster

The Cleveland Clinic’s MOST Fellowship is now Accepting Applications

The Cleveland Clinic Foundations Clinical Post-baccalaureate program is accepting applications for the 2022-2023 Cohort! In partnership with Stanford, the MOST Fellowship is a 12 month program designed to give students exposure to hospital-based outpatient clinical workflows, documentation and other educational opportunities – acting as a Medical Scribe in clinic with a Physician Mentor.

Students complete at least 24 hours per week of scribing and medical observation with their assigned clinical preceptor in clinic. In their additional time, students work in research, observe other medical specialties, and also attend hands on educational workshops. MCAT tutoring and Medical School interview prep is also available to students. To learn more, visit the MOST Fellowships website here: MOST Fellowship Website, or Email