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Career Development

Connecting EHE Students with Jobs and Internships

Our mission is to provide personalized career development opportunities to prepare undergraduate and licensure students in the College of Education and Human Ecology in the job search. The EHE Career Services goals are to:

  • Guide students through the process of exploring, discovering their marketable skills, obtaining internships and other opportunities to complement their learning, development and success and connecting with prospective employers
  • Empower students to navigate the self-discovery process and integrate their curricular and co-curricular experiences by providing resources and opportunities that promote career development.
  • Host a number of events throughout the year to help students prepare for and find internships, jobs and full-time employment
  • Provide employers with guidance on recruiting EHE students as well as opportunities to connect with students

EHE Graduate Students can contact Career Counseling and Support Services for career questions.

EHE Alumni can contact The Bill and Susan Lhota Office of Alumni Career Management.

Learn More About EHE Career Services

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Career Ready Videos

EHE Resources


Career and Major ExplorationFinding your path starts here
Internship Guide Get real-world experience in your career track
Résumé and Cover Letter Getting you ready to land your job or internship
Schedule an AppointmentCareer or internship advising
AlumnifireA grassroots networking community connecting students to alumni
Handshake logoSearch Ohio State's student job board
Global OptionImprove your resume with international experience


Connect with StudentsOur Students and Alumni will search for you
Coordinate Your Recruitment EffortsFind the right candidate through Handshake


 Workshops and PresentationsStudents want to hear from your experience




Your Rights and Responsibilities as a Job Seeker

Other Resources

State of Ohio

Ohio Means Jobs logo


Micro-Internship is a short-term, professional experience that is project based and will typically last just a few weeks. These experiences can be conducted remotely and can be from 5 to 40 hours per week. Find these opportunities on Parker Dewey.