A&S 4111 – Job Search Strategies
This course is designed to aid you in starting on a career path toward professional positions including internships or full-time jobs. It will equip you with necessary skills and educate you on job and internship search steps. The aim of this course is to introduce you to various resources available to use in these processes, and to help you understand the many steps involved in achieving your ultimate career goal. You will develop career documents including a resume, cover letter, and reference sheet as well as build key skills in interviewing, networking and job searching. Ultimately the goal is that this class will help you acquire a position that you truly love! To enroll log on to Banner or contact your academic advisor.
Dates: First six weeks of fall, spring, and summer terms
For Junior and Senior students
Available online or in classroom
A&S 2000 – Career Exploration
Have you decided on your career path? Are you still evaluating academic major options? This course is designed to aid you in exploring your skills, talents and interests and applying them to potential careers and academic majors at OSU. This class is ideal for students who have yet to determine a major or career opportunity that interests them. Class will include the use of worksheets, career assessments, lectures, guest speakers and class activities. The ultimate goal is to expose you to options within several industries and careers in order for you to start to process where you might be a good fit professionally. You will also learn the basics of building a resume, begin networking and develop interview skills. This class will also include introductions to campus resources so that you can begin pursing experiences that expose you to various career options. To enroll log on to Banner or contact your academic advisor.
Dates: Last six weeks of fall and spring semesters