Moving successfully from the classroom to the workplace requires thought and action. It is never too early to begin the process.
When you talk with fellow students, you may find yourselves at different points on the path to career preparation. Some students may know exactly what type of employment they are seeking after graduation. They may need help preparing for an interview, utilizing Handshake, résumé assistance, or improving their networking skills. Other students enjoy their major coursework, but are unsure how to translate that into a career. They need help identifying their strengths, values, and skills. It is important to determine which type of student you are in order to know how or where to begin. Please check out the Career Preparation Timeline link in the menu on the right to get started.
The Arts and Sciences Center for Career and Professional Success
This office serves students within the College of Arts and Sciences. They provide extensive support, including resume writing and review, interviewing skills, and job search strategies. More information on these specific topics is found on the Arts and Sciences for Career and Professional Success website.
- Skill Development (The Buckeye Advantage)
- General Job Search Strategies
Buckeye Careers Office
Buckeye Careers serves the entire OSU community. They offer free, self-guided career exploration and preparation; assessments to identify career interests, values, and skills; advice on job and internship searches. You can explore the following (and more!) specific topics on the Buckeye Careers website.
- Buckeye OnPACE Self-Guided Career Modules
- Exploring Careers
- Interviewing Skills
- Exploring Graduate/Professional Schools