Resources for Employers
Hardworking. Determined. Confident. Professional. That's how recruiters and employers describe students at Ohio University's College of Business. The Office of Career Management creates opportunities for employers to connect and engage with business students throughout the recruiting process. From career fairs to classroom visits, we are here to assist you.
Learn About Our StudentsBobcats from the College of Business are smart enough to make a positive contribution on their first day, but humble enough to know they have a lot to learn. Students gain hands on experience through real-world case studies, executive interaction, and applied leadership experience. They're eager to make a difference.
OHIO Business ConferenceThe College of Business welcomes employers and students to discuss internship and job opportunities in different business industries and disciplines.
OHIO Darren Butler Sports Business ForumJoin other leading employers and alumni to connect with and recruit Ohio University's outstanding undergraduate Sports Management students.
Join the Bobcat Network through Handshake
Handshake is a one stop shop for your recruiting needs. The first step to recruiting at Ohio University is to register an account in Handshake. A Handshake account allows employers to:
- Post professional development, internship and full-time employment opportunities
- Schedule on-campus interviews
- Register for career fairs and industry focused events
- Collect and review student employment applications
The Career & Student Success Center strongly encourages all employers to register for a Handshake account.
Questions about registering or using Handshake? Contact the Employer Relations team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 740-593-2094.
Contact Employer Relations
The Career & Student Success Center is here to help you navigate the recruiting at Ohio University’s College of Business.
We are excited to partner with you to meet recruiting targets and position our students for success. Contact us for more information or to plan a visit to Ohio University’s College of Business.