Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Every journey starts with a single step. An important first step into the workplace can be an opportunity that gives you valuable experience while building your knowledge, skills and abilities in your given field.

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is constantly hearing from companies of all sizes and types targeting young talented students for career opportunities. As companies seek to diversify their workforce and promote a more inclusive culture, they are eager to meet bright students beginning to chase their dreams.

Please take a minute and scroll down below for a current list of career opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate and professional students or visit Buckeye Careers, a university-wide initiative designed to support students throughout their professional development, with a focus on connecting them with local, national and global organizations.

Check back as this page is frequently updated.

Internship/Fellowship/Research and Other Opportunities

The Ohio State University's Wooster and Mansfield Upward Bound programs needs resident advisors for the 2024 summer program! The 6-week program runs from June 3rd, 2024-July 19th, 2024, and the final week is an out of state trip. The position is located in Wooster, Ohio.

During the summer, up to 60 students in grades 9-12 participate in a 6-week summer program. The program includes classes, electives, athletics, tutoring, field trips, and social programming. For one week, the students commute to the OSU campus for classes and electives. For four weeks, the students reside in dormitories at the university from Sunday evening to Friday afternoon; the last week, the group travels out of state. Six Resident Advisors (RAs) will be responsible for supervising these students.

Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Priority deadline is April 23, 2024.

Jacob Gillam, Program Director, Upward Bound
Ohio State ATI
1328 Dover Road
Wooster, Ohio 44691
Phone: (330) 828-6076

Applications for our 16th annual BEL (Building Entrepreneurial Leaders) and our 1st annual Consulting Kickstart programs are now open. Applications for BEL are due on February 21st at 11:59pm PT and applications for Consulting Kickstart are due on April 15th at 11:59pm PT and I've included details about each program below.

Consulting Kickstart is designed for Black, Hispanic/Latin American and Indigenous freshman students who attend a university in the US or Canada. Those who are selected will be invited to an exclusive virtual webinar series for a chance to learn about a career in consulting and life at Bain. Additional details about the program and application process may be found on our webpage. Please note that all Consulting Kickstart participants will have the opportunity to interview for the 2025 BEL program. As a reminder, Consulting Kickstart is the new (but different!) version of FLA. DEADLINE: 11:59 p.m. PT, Wednesday, April 15.

BEL is designed for Black, Hispanic/Latin American and Indigenous sophomore students who attend a university in the US or Canada. BEL provides recruits a week long opportunity to strengthen their business and leadership skill set in a Bain office and case team setting. Additional details about the program and application process may be found on our webpage. Please note that all BEL participants will have the opportunity to interview for the 2025 ACI position. DEADLINE: 11:59 p.m. PT, Wednesday, February 21.

If you have any questions, contact Richa Mahajan ( or the lead Bain and Co. recruiter for Ohio State (

Graduate and Professional Opportunities

Job Opportunities

Job Description
The Office of Diversity and Inclusions ACCESS Collaborative Program is looking for an energetic, detail-orientated individual to administer the day to day service and operation of the OSU Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) child care subsidy program. This is a grant funded position is funded through September 2027. The Program Coordinator administers the OSU CCAMPIS Child Care Subsidy Program and serves as the main point of contact for low-income parenting student families and child care providers. Under the general direction of the ACCESS Collaborative Program Director, the Program Coordinator will develop, facilitate, evaluate and administer the processes for providing childcare assistance for eligible student families; recruit, select and orient eligible students to the program; maintain referral list of qualifying childcare providers; manage student and fiscal program data and reporting; develop marketing materials and make presentations about the OSU CCAMPIS Program.

Responsibilities and Functions:
The Coordinator is responsible for ensuring compliance with CCAMPIS grant guidelines, including maintaining budget and tracking expenditures/transactions; tracking GPA and workshop participation requirements; preparing, submitting and tracking internal and external funding proposals; tracking and awarding child care support; completing income eligibility verifications; tracking enrollment and persistence towards graduation; summarizing and reporting student data to internal and external agencies; obtaining and updating provider agreements. The Coordinator arranges meetings of the OSU CCAMPIS Advisory Team, prepares required meeting agendas and drafts reports adhering to federal reporting timeliness and criteria. Additionally, the coordinator performs a variety of administrative tasks in support of assigned areas of responsibility and is responsible for recruiting, hiring, training, scheduling and directing the work of student employees. Performs other duties as assigned or required to meet Department, Division, and University goals and objectives.


  • Has general knowledge of current federal and state financial aid procedures. Knowledge of state public assistance systems including: SNAP, WIC, Medicaid, affordable housing, OWF, PRC, Title XX and other public supportive services; has or will complete Benefit Bank Training.
  • Ability to establish rapport with students; demonstrates compassion and care in engaging students and providing service referrals. Demonstrates positive and effective communication skills; and ability to work with multi-cultural, international, and ethnically diverse populations. Understands responsibilities with respect to Title IX, Clery and other compliance requirements.
  • Creates a positive and respectful workplace by demonstrating personal and professional competence, integrity, and teamwork.
  • Demonstrates competence in budgeting, bookkeeping and recordkeeping. Demonstrated computer proficiency (word processing, spreadsheet, and database systems); strong problem-solving and analytical skills.
  • Excellent time-management and organizational skills; Ability to manage multiple, competing priorities; work independently and as a team member, and collaborate with campus and community partners.
  • Attends and actively participates in department staff meetings, training sessions and public.
  • Ability to speak effectively to large and small groups. Excellent interpersonal skills Experience working with families, non-traditional students in a high school, adult education, or higher education setting. Able to travel locally to meet with students and/or attend related events. Some nights and or weekends required.

Minimum Education Required
Bachelor's Level Degree in human or social services

Additional Education Desired
Master's Degree with a Major in social work

Required: At least 2 years professional experience in higher education student success or in human or social services. At least 1 year experience in planning and organizing programs as well as carrying out operational duties such as maintaining data records and preparing reports.

Preferred qualification: At least 1 year experience in managing difficult and complex situations involving parenting college students and their families.

Additional Information
The target hiring range for this job profile is $17.74 - 23.65 The actual salary paid to an individual will vary based on multiple factors, including but not limit to, education, years of experience, internal equity, etc.

Bradford Woods. in Martinsville, Indiana, in partnership with Riley's Children Foundation and other non-profit agencies, offers summer camp experiences for children with physical and cognitive disabilities and chronic illness in an outdoor setting. We hire a staff of over 80 to help us run our summer camps, and we are actively recruiting for this summer! A variety of 12-week, paid positions are available and employment runs from mid-May to early August.

Bradford Woods has proven to be an excellent opportunity for students in the fields of Nursing, Therapeutic Recreation, Allied Health, Adaptive Physical Education, Speech Therapy, Outdoor Education, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Special Education and many other areas of study. Bradford Woods has also served as an internship and practicum site for many students. We welcome the opportunity to examine this type of partnership with the professors and students within your department.

Because of the strong therapeutic recreation mindset of Bradford Woods, we hope to fill our summer camp positions with people who see the need for and importance of adaptive recreation and inclusion. We seek to not only provide a great experience for our campers, but also want to help students develop their skills and professional philosophies while also gaining knowledge of numerous populations of campers in a high energy camp setting.

You can find more information about these positions as well as the application on our website at or feel free to call 765-342-2915 and ask for an Assistant Director of Recreation Therapy.

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KIPP Columbus is looking for exceptional teachers to join their team.

KIPP Columbus currently serves nearly 2,000 students in grades Kindergarten through twelfth. The mission of KIPP Columbus is to create a system of schools where students develop the intellectual, academic, and social skills needed to understand and take action on issues they encounter in everyday life. We continue to rank as one of the top five schools for academic growth of any school in the state of Ohio, and is a top performing urban school in the state for academic growth. In our second class of graduating high school seniors in the spring of 2021, 100% of students were accepted to college with over $20 million in merit scholarships from colleges and universities awarded.

Information Technology (IT) at P&G is where business, innovation and technology come together to create competitive advantage. Our mission is to deliver IT to help P&G win with consumers. Our IT professionals are diverse business leaders who apply IT mastery to deliver game-changing, technology-driven business models and capabilities. Whether your role is to create an IT innovation strategy for a business, protect our critical information systems and assets, or manage a strategic supplier in our cutting-edge Shared Services , your technical mastery will be recognized and rewarded. Your passion for the industry will be further cultivated by our culture of continued learning and growth. A career in IT builds change leadership and influence skills, breadth of experience across multiple businesses, and depth of expertise in areas like Application & Integration, Infrastructure, Data & Analytics and IT Security & Risk.

We are looking for emerging student leaders who are within 1-4 years from graduating, or who have graduated, with a BS or MS in Computer Science, MIS, Computer/Systems Engineering, Industrial/Systems Engineering, Info Security, Applied Math, Statistics, and Analytics (or like degrees). The specific degree and target date availability requirements vary depending on whether a position is a summer internship, full time, etc.

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Equitable is on a mission to help people secure their financial well-being so they can pursue long and fulfilling lives.

AmericanAg has been in business since 1948. In that time span, our core purpose has stayed the same – to provide the best reinsurance solutions, services, and products in the industry. While agriculture is in our name, we reinsure a wide breadth of insurance, including personal lines, business lines, property, casualty, inland marine, and crop.

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The Westerville Public Library is committed to recruiting a diverse staff and believes that diversity leads to innovation in programming, collections, policy, and service. We recognize that everyone inhabits multiple and intersecting identities and encourage staff to bring their whole selves to work. We are committed to a truly inclusive workplace and recognize that this requires strategic and deliberate challenges to white supremacy, systemic inequity, structural racism, and individual bias.

Working at Child Trends means working with a smart, driven, diverse group dedicated to learning more about children, and sharing what we've learned in order to help them thrive.

CAS is a global organization with a proven history of leveraging scientific information to empower discovery and tackle tough business challenges. Learn how CAS helps you gain the information advantage you need to maximize the value of your research and development investments.

Since our founding, Aerotek has grown to become one of the top global recruiting and staffing agencies. Check out our company timeline, starting with our humble Baltimore roots in 1983 when our founders started Aerotek to serve the aerospace and defense industries to today as an Allegis Group company, a global leader in talent solutions.

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TQL is looking for highly motivated, hardworking individuals who are skilled at building relationships.Our bread and butter for recent graduates is our Sales Representative position—but we also have career paths for IT, Recruiting, Customer Service, Marketing and so much more! These positions also include opportunities to utilize bilingual skills.

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Parkview Health is the largest employer in northeast Indiana, and we are growing quickly. As a not-for-profit organization, we're driven by our desire to make a difference. Whether your interest is employment, volunteering, or student learning opportunities, join 15,000+ of us to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. Our physicians, leaders and co-workers work together to create an excellent experience for every person, every day.

To talk to a Parkview recruiter now, text “Parkview” to 97211.