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by Amy Thaci | August 20, 2019
Welcome back to campus! As I begin my 9th year here in ECS, I want to thank you for participating in all the things we have to offer and for being such amazing and gracious students to work with. We try our best to listen to you and provide exciting events and services that align with your needs. Even though much has changed, much has remained the same. Resumes are still being used when applying to internships/co-ops and jobs; networking is still key to helping you find a job; and using technology to help you along the way has increased by leaps and bounds. But we hear it over and over—students still want that face to face interaction, so we’ve got you covered. We have drop-ins and appointments with Career Advisors. We have interview rooms so companies who visit campus can hold interviews here in our office. We have … Read More
by Alex Austin | January 8, 2019
Engineering Career Services has some exciting changes and additions for 2019!
- Intern Week is a new program primarily targeting first and second year students in their pursuit of an internship or co-op. It is strategically placed the week before the SWE fair and is packed with events.
- SWE Career Fair is on Wednesday, January 30th and will admit BS students within one calendar year of graduation, MS/ PhD students, and recent alum ONLY from 1pm -2pm, while the fair will be open for ALL students from 2pm-6pm. Read more HERE.
- Job Shadow will now take place during Spring Break week and signups will happen virtually via Handshake beginning February. This will allow you to quickly secure your spot to network with employers and get insider knowledge of a specific industry or company.
- Engineers Week celebrates the varied careers within engineering with events during the week of February 18th.
- Walk-in Hours …
by Guest Student | November 6, 2018
Mitchell Giese, Computer Science and Engineering student
This week’s blog features Mitchell Giese, a third year Computer Science and Engineering student graduating in December 2019. Over fall break, Mitchell was selected to attend the annual Buckeye Trek event in San Francisco, CA area. Buckeye Trek is an initiative to send some of the best and brightest CSE students from Ohio State to Silicon Valley to soak up the environment of innovation and entrepreneurship. On this year’s Buckeye Trek, Mitchell and other students visited a total of 12 companies including:
A typical company visit included a tour of their office space, an info session with university recruiting, Q&A with a panel of current employees, and networking time.
Based on your visits, what do tech companies in the Bay area look for in candidates?
Most of the companies we visited expressed … Read More
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 Guest Student | October 23, 2018
DePuy Synthes accepting the Employer of the Year Award from Engineering Career Services.
Each year, ECS formally recognizes employers providing our students with outstanding and unique experiences through the student-nominated honor of “Employer of the Year.” A winner is determined based on the student’s written nomination and the company’s recruitment and hiring activities.
The 2018 Employer of the Year goes to DePuy Synthes!
Below are excerpts of the nomination submitted by Biomedical Engineering student Kaleb Cantrell, who completed multiple co-op rotations with the organization.
“At the beginning of my work term, I was assigned an engineer as my mentor. The mentor took me under his wing, and allowed me to join in and assist him on the projects he was working on. This included weekly meetings, walking me through step by step on terminology I did not understand in meetings, and taking the time to make sure I … Read More