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Russ College students are more than just good at math and science. They are future engineers and technologists studying with experts in their fields, acquiring leadership and communication skills within a liberal arts university that exposes them to different disciplines, ways of thinking, and cultures. Our students arrive at the workplace ready to contribute and primed to become leaders.
Contact Director of Professional Experiences Dean Pidcock at 740.593.0894 to find the right match for your business. We handle internships and co-ops at the college, while full-time hiring is coordinated through the Career and Leadership Development Center.
For more information in a particular discipline, contact department and research center leadership.
What do students expect?
What do I get?
When do students work?
Ohio University is on a semester system with 15-week sessions. The four-week break between fall and spring semesters, however, allows for a longer work rotation. The four-week break alone does not count as a co-op or intern work period. Because students receive academic credit for each work assignment, the work period must be at least 15 weeks. Students may work in any combination of term(s) that they coordinate with you.
How do I participate?
How much should I pay my co-ops or interns?
Co-op and intern students earn more than summer part-time help. Pay is determined by many factors—company, major, number of work rotations, academic rank—but the average hourly pay is about $18. Some employers may assist with housing, transportation, or travel expenses. You determine your co-op and internship salaries, which are typically two-thirds of what a beginning bachelor’s degree graduate would earn.
What are my responsibilities?
Employers: Registration is now open for the 2016 Spring Career Fair on Thursday, February 18 and Friday, February 19 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the ARC Atrium and Stocker Center Lobby.