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Exploring career opportunities is the first step to landing a job at graduation.

Your job and internship search can seem daunting, but Business Academic Advising & Career Services is here to help. Schedule an appointment to help you create a job and/or internship search plan that will keep you focused and on track for success.

Other Useful Websites

  • Payscale: Study salary reports based on your job title, location, education, skills and experience.
  • TeamWork Online: Browse sports-related job and internship opportunities.
  • OhioHigherEd (Internships & Co-ops): Discover internships with up-and-coming businesses in Ohio.
  • Glassdoor: Search jobs, read reviews and company pros and cons, learn about salaries and benefits, and practice for interviews based on information directly from employees.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook: Review training, earnings, job prospects, and more for various careers.
  • O*Net OnLine: Aid job searches by providing occupational information which aligns skills and interests.
  • Online Reputation Management: Manage your presence: 92 percent of recruiters search candidates online.
  • ZipRecruiter: Search jobs, apply quickly and easily.

Stay Focused

Searching for a job or internship is a process. Here are a few tips to keep you organized:

  • Meet with Business Academic Advising & Career Services to give yourself a jumpstart. They can review your resume and provide tailored career advice and information based on your skills, values, and interests.
  • Develop a list of target employers based on your company and industry research. This will help direct your search.
  • Identify two or three professionals (faculty, staff, previous employers) to serve as references. Ask them to be references as you begin your job search.
  • Create an Excel or Word document to track pertinent information on each of the positions you are interested in: position, company, how/where you identified position, contact information, application deadline date, application submission date, application follow-up date (if necessary), interview date(s), thank you note sent date.
  • Check (and double check!) that you are addressing emails and cover letters to the correct contact, especially if managing applications and interviews for multiple companies.
  • Send thank-you notes after your interview. Each person you interacted with should receive a thank-you note. If you do not have their contact information prior to the interview, ask them for a business card at the conclusion of the interview.
  • Be positive. Being successful in your search it is not about the number of applications you submit, it is about identifying positions that are right for you and being a prepared candidate.