Log in to Handshake, using your name. This workshop will address best practices and effective strategies for making the most of your time at the upcoming Ohio State Career and Internship Fair. Learn how to conduct research prior to the event, appropriately present yourself to employers, follow up after the initial introduction and much more. Dressing rooms and mirrors will be available for your convenience. This session will cover the federal application process and how it differs from a traditional employment application process.
Individual topics will include search tips, anatomy of federal vacancy announcement, and federal resume writing. Begin your journey to graduate or professional school. Attend the expo and connect with schools from across the country. This is a great chance to explore your options, gather information and make connections with admissions officers.
Use this opportunity to engage with various employers from the Career and Internship Fair. Whether you are actively searching for a career or internship, or seeking an opportunity to build your network for future prospects, come learn about each of these organizations and what they can offer talented students, like you.
Employers are very interested in meeting students from culturally and ethnically diverse backgrounds, who can bring unique perspectives and skills to an organization. Your military experience has given you powerful skills and leadership opportunities that provide immeasurable value to the workplace. Join us for a special event co-sponsored by Enterprise and Vets 4 Vets to connect you with employers across multiple industries.
Prior to serving as UC Irvine chancellor, Dr. Shearing Professor of Ophthalmology and senior associate dean. He has received numerous honors and awards for teaching, public service and research, including the Burbridge Award for Public Service, the Asbury Award clinical science and the Michael J. Hogan Award laboratory science.
In , he became the 27th person to be awarded the University of California Presidential Medal, in recognition of his exemplary career of service to the university. He has had a lifelong interest in music notably rock and jazz , plays guitar and teaches an undergraduate course on the music of the civil rights movement.
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Resume Writing and Cover Letters A resume is an opportunity to express yourself in a documented format. It should include a summary of your personal, educational, and experiential qualifications.
In your resume and cover letter, provide an honest and accurate record of your accomplishments and qualifications. The content of a resume and cover letter must be supported by facts and defended during the interviewing process. Resumes. A resume is a personal statement of your qualifications to potential employers and focuses on your career target.
Resume builders. To build a stand-out resume, get a mix of academic experiences. At Ohio State, this is where things get interesting. The Career and Leadership Development Center at Ohio University is the perfect place to get started, and their blog, The Blank Space, has lots of inspiration to find your path. Continue reading Filling in Your Blank Space.
university, or research setting typically prepare a curriculum vitae (CV) rather than a résumé. Sample CVs and categories you may include in a CV are available on . Jana Simpson '89 turned to Ohio State for help after being laid off as an information-technology purchasing manager. Two weeks later, she accepted a job as a senior analyst. Learn more about her experience and other benefits of utilizing your alma mater's .