Finding a job or internship can be stressful and time consuming. Career Services is here to ease that process. Click the image to the left and login into your BishopLink. If you haven't set up your BishopLink account visit our office in Hamilton-Williams Campus Center during our drop-in hours.
Monday- Friday 10 a.m.- 3 p.m.
Our drop-in hours are great for quick advice regarding your resume or cover letter - or for helpful resources to get you started on your job or internship search.
Freshmen should be focusing on identifying their interests and building skills for the future. Click below to find resources on how to do that.
Finding a major
Sophomores should be looking for summer opportunities to work and/or go abroad. Career Services can help you find the perfect summer internship here in Columbus, your hometown or across the globe.
Intern of the Week
Matt Cohen '16
Juniors need to focus on building their network. Whether it's through LinkedIn, attending career fairs/ professional events or through family and friends, networking can be the key to your internship and job search success!
Attend job and internship fairs
Learning to network
Seniors, it is go time! Finding a job can be difficult but Career Services has many resources at your disposal to help make that process more bearable. Come in for a mock interview or have us look at your resume before you send it in.
Austin Daniels '15
Mainza Moono '15
Katie Nunner ’15
Economic and Social Business Consultant, Hope for Haiti, Washington, D.C.
Mainza Moono ’15
Analyst, Makena Capital Management, San Francisco
Thomas Dehaas ’15
Fifth/sixth-grade teacher and aquatics director, Danbury Local School District, Ohio
Anusha Lalwani ’08
Fashion Entrepreneur of hand-painted, hand-crafted clutch hand bags, Mumbai
Eric Korn ’04
Entrepreneur and Chef, Good Life Gourmet catering company, Irvington, NY
Katie traveled to Oxford and Cambridge, England to attend the C.S. Lewis Summer Institute as part of a Theory-to-Practice grant before earning a master's degree at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
A Corns Scholar, Mainza had summer internships in New York and San Francisco, which led to his job at Makena. He also participated in many organizations while at OWU, including the Investment Club, the Senior Class Council, the President’s Club, and the Honors Program Student Board.
deHaas was involved in a variety of activities and groups while at OWU, including the varsity Swim/Dive team, the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and the Outdoor Ministry Team.
“My classes in economics helped me understand the market and work out my own budgeting systems, while psychology classes laid the foundation for my market research.” Her eye-catching work has been featured in Vogue India, Elle India, Cosmopolitan and People magazines, and are worn by Indian celebrities.
From his business conversations with his Phi Gamma Delta fraternity brothers to his first job as a cook in a local Delaware restaurant, Eric launched into culinary school in New York City with a passion to eventually go out on his own.