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by Guest Student | October 30, 2018
Adam Jacobwitz and NeuroLife project team at Battelle Memorial Institute
Each year, ECS hosts our Cool Co-op Contest, and a winner is chosen in each of the following categories: Perk, People, and Projects. Last year, Biomedical Engineering student Adam Jacobowitz won the Project contest for his incredible experience working on the NeuroLife project at Battelle Memorial Institute. Below, he describes what made his internship so unique and special.
In the interview, I remember saying “sci-fi” so many times that to this day, two years later, I’m still surprised I was selected for the NeuroLife intern position at Battelle. To me, as an outsider, the work that was being done on the NeuroLife project at Battelle Memorial Institute looked like it really did come straight out of a science fiction movie. The NeuroLife project is a joint study between Battelle and the Ohio State Medical Center that allows a quadriplegic … Read More
by Kaitlin Hohenberger | September 4, 2018
Buckeye football kicked off this past weekend, so it’s officially fall at Ohio State! As you get acclimated to your new class schedule and life on campus, don’t forget to carve out time for the busy fall recruitment season! Here are a few (NEW) resources to review as you prepare for the internship/co-op or job search:
Check out the ECS 101 Video to learn how ECS can help you! Find out best practices that can increase your chances in securing interviews and offers.
Log in, complete your profile, and upload your resume to Handshake. Handshake is your go-to resource for all things career! If you haven’t logged in yet, what are you waiting for? Get a jumpstart on your search now by clicking HERE. By doing so, you will have access to:
- 6,000+ postings
- 125+ on-campus interview schedules
- 160+ events (workshops, company information sessions, career fairs, meet and greets, etc …
by Guest Employer | May 1, 2018
Today's blog is written by MaryKate Wintz, 2017 Chemical Engineering Alumna currently working as a Process Development Engineer with The Lubrizol Corporation.
Buzz words during the job search almost always include “transferrable skills”, but what does that mean? How can something that you do when you are in high school relate to your college school work, let alone an internship or entry level job in a technical career? How can you find those skills that will allow you to move seamlessly from the classroom to workplace?
I started working when I was 14 years old as a cashier in the gift shop at a historic B&B. From there, I held jobs ranging from receptionist to leasing agent to coach before finding my 5-term co-op with The Lubrizol Corporation. As a graduate of Ohio State, I moved to Cleveland to work full time as a Process Development Engineer with Lubrizol … Read More
by Katy Arenschield | April 24, 2018
This week’s blog is written by Mike Snyder, Chief Engineer at Made In Space Inc. Mike supervised OSU student Howard Schulman and then nominated him for our 2017 Student Impact Award. The nomination letter stood out among the rest, and Howard was named one of our winners. Mike knows what it takes to be an exceptional intern, and is sharing his feedback and advice below.
First of all, tell us a little bit about your company.
Made In Space, Inc. (MIS) is the world’s only experienced space manufacturing company. Established in 2010, and with offices in Florida, California, and Alabama, MIS leverages the unique properties of the space environment to develop manufacturing solutions for commercial, industrial, research, and defense challenges. The company’s vision is to enable the future of space exploration by offering off-Earth manufacturing capabilities.
In the recruiting process, what stands out to you most when … Read More
by Ashley Taylor | January 9, 2018
Happy New Year! Maybe it is a new year’s resolution or time spent fielding questions from family about future plans over the holidays, but this time of year I sense a rejuvenated interest in the job search from students. It can be overwhelming to look through all the resources available, and what’s worse is that many valuable tools get lost in the sheer amount that exist. ECS recommends that you start your job search using Jobs for OSU Students within CareerEngine since postings are from companies specifically seeking Buckeyes. But, there are some great resources for supplementing your CareerEngine search. Let’s take this time to de-clutter and discover four external job search resources that you probably didn’t know about.
Extended Job Search: This is a subcategory under the Jobs tab within CareerEngine. You can browse through over two million domestic and international positions.
- TRY THIS: Narrow your search by entering a keyword …