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Internship Opportunities

 

High Paying Internships Available for Ohio University Lancaster Pickerington Students

 

“You learn from your mistakes. You really get out there in the real world, outside of college, and do

projects you would do in your job. I loved the hands-on project experience.”

Tiffany Reynolds on her experience in the Applied Management program at the Lancaster Campus

 

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Ohio University Lancaster was recently awarded a three-year, $448,478 Career Ready Internship Grant from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation. An anticipated 195 new paid internships will be created during the 2015-2018 academic years.

 

“With this three-year Career Ready Internship grant, Ohio University-Lancaster can provide training for students in developing specific skill sets and customizing project plan templates that organizations can use to place students into project-based internships that will also include measurable returns for the partner organization,” said Brian Hoyt, Professor of Management.

 

For more information on the internship program, contact Hoyt at hoyt@ohio.edu

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Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation & Affiliates was established as a nonprofit group focused on a single objective: helping students nationwide prepare for and succeed in postsecondary education and student loan repayment. As a leading student loan guarantor and servicer, Great Lakes has been selected by the U.S. Department of Education to provide assistance and repayment planning to more than 8 million borrowers—as well as assistance to colleges and lenders nationwide. The group’s earnings support one of the largest and most respected education philanthropy programs in the country. Since 2006, Great Lakes has committed nearly $154 million in grant funding to promote higher education access and completion for students of color, low-income students, and first-generation students. For additional information, visit home.mygreatlakes.org.

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Kim Jeffers, Transition Advisor, is also available by appointment in the Student Services office to discuss major and career exploration, job/internship search strategies, and online career resources. In addition, a wide variety of career services resources can be accessed at www.ohio.edu/careers. To schedule an appointment, please call 740 681-3310.

Helpful websites for your internship and job search:

www.ohiomeansinternships.com

www.ohiomeansjobs.com