Regional Campus Students
Welcome! This web page is designed to serve as a guide for Ohio University students attending regional campuses. Within this page you will learn what resources are available to you from the Athens campus, who can help you on your campus, and links to the most common information needed for students preparing for a job search.
All students have free access to the sources on the Career and Leadership Development Center's website which provides a wealth of information on all career topics. This includes information on résumé writing, interviewing, job searching, preparing for graduate and professional school, and more! We also have many web based links for job searching. As always, you are more than welcome to join us for any of our Career Fairs and Teacher Recruitment Consortium, as well as On Campus Recruiting.
The Career and Leadership Development Center uses FOCUS as a tool in major and career planning. The FOCUS system enables users to discover and learn about career options related to their personal attributes. Users of FOCUS learn to make realistic decisions about their goals and plans, how to self-manage their careers and the importance of adaptability in these times of change. Log in using Access Code "ohiou326"
2010-2011 Occupational Outlook Handbook was created by the U.S. Department of Labor and Bureau of Labor Statistics to provide career information by occupation.
O*Net provides occupational information that can assist students who are exploring majors and careers and assessing their skills and interests.
The Bobcat Mentor Network is an online database that allows you to search a database of more than 600 alumni who are ready and willing to help you develop your career. Search by college, major, geographical location or by group affiliation.
On Demand Presentations
Need help understanding how to use Ohio University's Career Resources? Check out our “On Demand” audios. These presentations will show you how to work and utilize the resources.
Career and Leadership Development Center Outreach to Regional Campuses
For more information on the different career service options available to you on the Athens campus; please contact: Imants Jaunarajs, 740-593-2909.
Regional Campus Career Services Contacts
Each Regional Campus has a representative able to help you with career related questions. Depending upon their availability they may be able to help you prepare a résumé, begin a job search, critique your cover letter, help you choose a career, or register you for the Bobcat Online Job Search Program. Before making a drive to Athens, it is recommended that you check with your campus contact to learn what assistance they can provide.
Pickerington and Proctorville Center: