Whether you’re looking for a new job or just starting to plan your future career, circle Wednesday, February 22nd on your calendar. About 100 companies will visit the Charles J. Pinn Recreation Center for the Spring 2023 Career and Internship Fair.
Career and Internship Fairs recruit OHIO students and alumni from employers representing a variety of industries across the country.
Fair attendees can connect with recruiters, explore industries, and practice networking skills while looking for internships and jobs. Students and alumni are welcome to stop by the fair anytime between 10am and 2pm, as schedules permit. No pre-registration is required to participate.
“Career fairs are a great way to find a full-time job or summer internship after graduation,” said Holly Seckinger, Associate Director of Industry and Employer Engagement at The Career Network. “Most of these companies return every year, so it’s a great opportunity to get to know recruiters and companies, even if you’re a freshman. I had them tell me they remembered that time.”
Below are some of the companies and organizations participating in the Spring Career and Internship Fair on February 22nd.
- Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
- dublin city
- Dayton Children’s Hospital
- Flying Horse Farms
- Franklin County Metro Parks
- Hyatt Regency
- National Pediatric Hospital
- owens corning
- People’s Bank
- rocket company
- Rusiri construction
- sherwin williams
- teach for america
The fair currently boasts 90 registered companies for the event, with others likely to be added.
“The great thing about fairs is that there seems to be something for every student across campus, regardless of major or grade,” says Sekkinger. “Financial services such as engineering, manufacturing, technology, government, non-profits, healthcare, education, retail and marketing, just to name a few. Students can view the full list at is recommended. handshake As well as the roles companies are hiring – full-time or internships. Separate rooms by industry to help students find just what interests them. ”
If you’ve never attended an in-person career fair, expect: The Ping Recreation Center has a table for each company. You can go from table to table to learn more about companies, including open jobs/internship positions and potential career paths, from company representatives.
Two additional career fair tips:
- Ideally, bring a copy of your resume with you. Even in this digital age, a hard copy resume can still grab the attention of recruiters.
- “Dress to succeed” is never a bad thing. career closet Monday through Friday, check out the professional clothing options available on the 2nd floor of McGuffey Hall. No reservation is required and you can store your clothes.
For more information on Ohio University career fairs and events, visit Advising, Career and Experiential Learning Center Website.
https://www.ohio.edu/news/2023/02/update-resume-spring-career-and-internship-fair-set-feb-22 Update That Resume – Spring Career and Internship Fair Set for February 22nd