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Entry Level Jobs


Ability Matters
Ability Matters is care for organization that provides care for young adults on various level of the Autism Spectrum. Ability Matters is seeking employees to provide direct service to adults with autism who have varying levels of behavioral challenges. Be a part of the changing face of adult DD care in Ohio with Ability Matters fully inclusive, community based services. Providers are expected to drive consumers to scheduled community activities and provide behavioral support to ensure individuals’ success with daily activities. Activities may include volunteering at Meals on Wheels, Ronald McDonald House, etc.; swimming at community pools, recreational activities at local parks, exercising at community gyms, etc.; attending museums, libraries, day trips outside of Columbus, etc.

Absolute Care LLC
Absolute Care is an in home assisted living company here in Columbus, we assist clients who have special needs (Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities). The positions we have available offer valuable experience to all, particularly students who will benefit from hands on learning about a diversity of mental and physical disabilities. We're always looking for good hearted people to work with our clients. No experience is necessary, we provide all trainings. It's truly a job people can be proud of, every day you have the chance to make a positive difference in the lives of others. These positions can qualify as a Paid Internships. At the moment we have several openings, Part/Full time, Weekends & Overnights (which allow for great study time) $300 singing bonus is available.

City Year
About this Job City Year is a non-profit that is focused on the value of near-peer, social-emotional relationships in the lives of students. The students we are specifically working with are growing up in concentrated poverty in urban areas across the country. As a City Year member, you would have the opportunity to build relationships with students, and leverage your relationship to individualized support for the students. We work with students in 1:1 and small ground settings. You would be part of a team of City Year AmeriCorps members at a school who are all working with specific students and working together to plan school events, after school programs, and initiatives to support their school experience.

Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities
The FCBDD is a county agency providing support to children and adults who have developmental disabilities. Services are provided to eligible residents of Franklin County, Ohio. Our priorities include: helping people to live, learn and work in our community; supporting parents and family members with life-long services where needed; supporting a caring community with cost effective services; providing stability in services, employment and finances; maintaining strong partnerships with other providers. The FCBDD operates the Transition to Work Summer Program which serves 45 high school students annually, offering Career Discovery services, and the development of a Career Discovery Profile. We are seeking interns, volunteers and/or employees for this unique and fun summer program.

Haugland Learning Center
Haugland Learning Center is a private school focused on effective and behavior analytic instruction for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. All principles applied at the center are rooted in behavioral sciences related to education, psychology, and precision teaching. Full time staff positions and internships are available for both student assessment positions and classroom positions. Haugland staff and interns will have opportunities in the classroom, in student assessment, instruction, behavioral interventions, data collection, and data analysis. No prior experience or teacher licensure is required.

Hittle House
Hittle House is a residential treatment facility for adolescent males ages nine through seventeen. Currently, we have a 30 bed facility serving juvenile sex offenders or adolescents with problematic sexual behavior. We are in the process of expanding and opening an Intensive Child Trauma Center, which will be a sixteen bed living unit for children with a plethora of trauma in their past. This program will be innovative and take a body focus to trauma and its impact on adolescents. We have internship opportunities available in addition to Behavioral Support Specialist positions open in both the JSO and ICTC programs.

Nationwide Children's Hospital – Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders
The Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders at Nationwide Children’s Hospital provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary care focusing on evidence based treatment, education, research and advocacy for children with the diagnosis of an ASD. Our mission is to provide assistance to every child and family affected by ASD who is in need. We are currently looking for energetic, creative, and caring people to fill our Behavioral Intervention Aide position. The Behavioral Intervention Aide implements behavioral intervention procedures in the child's home, school, or community. This is a full-time position and is benefits eligible. We also have summer volunteer an internship opportunities.

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction - Bureau of Behavioral Health Services
ODRC is the state prison system in Ohio. We employ a variety of behavioral health clinicians, including psychologists. We offer competitive pay and great benefits. Many positions offer flexible working hours. We value client-centered care and multi-disciplinary collaboration. Other members of the treatment team include a psychiatrist, social worker/counselor, custody staff, and activity therapists. You will gain experience in assessment, treatment planning, individual and group interventions, and more. There is never a dull day in correctional healthcare!

Teach for America
Teach For America finds, develops, and supports promising and diverse recent college grads and professionals to teach in high-need communities and bolster the national effort for educational equity. TFA corps members and alumni join a network of more than 50,000 leaders nationwide shaping the political, economic, and social future of our country across career sectors, united in their pursuit of expanded opportunity for all. You will lead a classroom in one of 53 high-need urban and rural regions across the country. As a TFA alum, you will have a diverse network of colleagues ready to support and lead alongside you. You will also gain access to numerous graduate school and employer partnerships who will position you to continue your impact and accelerate your leadership trajectory.

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Internships/Volunteer



Absolute Care LLC - Human Resources
Absolute Care is an in home assisted living company here in Columbus, we assist clients who have special needs (Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities). The positions we have available offer valuable experience to all, particularly students who will benefit from hands on learning about a diversity of mental and physical disabilities. We're always looking for good hearted people to work with our clients. No experience is necessary, we provide all trainings. It's truly a job people can be proud of, every day you have the chance to make a positive difference in the lives of others. These positions can qualify as a Paid Internships. At the moment we have several openings, Part/Full time, Weekends & Overnights (which allow for great study time) $300 singing bonus is available.

CISabroad – University Relations
CISabroad is a study abroad provider serving students from across the United States as they look overseas for study and internship opportunities. With established programs in over 20 countries and custom programs serving many more, CISabroad is a strong leader in the field of international education and internships abroad. The 2018 winner of GoAbroad's Innovation in Diversity award, CISabroad prides itself on working tirelessly to provide opportunities to students of all shapes, sizes, colors, orientations, identities, majors, and ability. Our internship programs in over 25 academic areas provide students with a wide variety of opportunity. Come see us to learn more and take the first steps to building an international resume!

City Year
About this Job City Year is a non-profit that is focused on the value of near-peer, social-emotional relationships in the lives of students. The students we are specifically working with are growing up in concentrated poverty in urban areas across the country. As a City Year member, you would have the opportunity to build relationships with students, and leverage your relationship to individualized support for the students. We work with students in 1:1 and small ground settings. You would be part of a team of City Year AmeriCorps members at a school who are all working with specific students and working together to plan school events, after school programs, and initiatives to support their school experience.

Columbus Metropolitan Library
If you are looking for an opportunity to work with children, consider helping in one of our Homework Help Centers for Reading Buddies programs. With 23 locations, we serve a variety of socio-economic and ethnic families, so experiences with us can vary widely. Help a kid with their studies, and learn more about how to engage children.

Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities
The FCBDD is a county agency providing support to children and adults who have developmental disabilities. Services are provided to eligible residents of Franklin County, Ohio. Our priorities include: helping people to live, learn and work in our community; supporting parents and family members with life-long services where needed; supporting a caring community with cost effective services; providing stability in services, employment and finances; maintaining strong partnerships with other providers. The FCBDD operates the Transition to Work Summer Program which serves 45 high school students annually, offering Career Discovery services, and the development of a Career Discovery Profile. We are seeking interns, volunteers and/or employees for this unique and fun summer program.

Girls on the Run of Central Ohio
Girls on the Run of Central Ohio is a transformational physical activity-based positive youth development program for girls in 3rd-8th grade. We teach life skills through dynamic interactive lessons and running games. The program culminates with the girls being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5k running event. The goal of the program is to unleash confidence through accomplishment while establishing a lifetime appreciation of health and fitness. The 20-lesson Girls on the Run curriculum combines training for a 5K (3.1 miles) running event with lessons that inspire girls to become independent thinkers, enhance their problem-solving skills and make healthy decisions.

Haugland Learning Center
Haugland Learning Center is a private school focused on effective and behavior analytic instruction for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. All principles applied at the center are rooted in behavioral sciences related to education, psychology, and precision teaching. Full time staff positions and internships are available for both student assessment positions and classroom positions. Haugland staff and interns will have opportunities in the classroom, in student assessment, instruction, behavioral interventions, data collection, and data analysis. No prior experience or teacher licensure is required.

Hittle House
Hittle House is a residential treatment facility for adolescent males ages nine through seventeen. Currently, we have a 30 bed facility serving juvenile sex offenders or adolescents with problematic sexual behavior. We are in the process of expanding and opening an Intensive Child Trauma Center, which will be a sixteen bed living unit for children with a plethora of trauma in their past. This program will be innovative and take a body focus to trauma and its impact on adolescents. We have internship opportunities available in addition to Behavioral Support Specialist positions open in both the JSO and ICTC programs.

Kindred Hospice
The hospice philosophy focuses on quality of life for those living with end-stage illnesses so they maintain as much comfort and dignity as possible. Our dedicated team of healthcare professionals and volunteers provides caring support for both the hospice recipient and his or her loved ones. We are always looking for new volunteers to join our team. Give your time, your talents and your heart by becoming one of our volunteers. Volunteers are an important part of the hospice philosophy. You are there to hold a hand and listen, read or write a letter, run errands or even help out in our office.

LiFEsports – The Ohio State University Social Work/Extension
LiFEsports is a sport-based positive youth development initiative at The Ohio State University (OSU). LiFEsports aims to enhance the quality of youth development, sport, and recreational programs and thereby increase positive youth outcomes. Through our three pillars of Service & Outreach, Teaching & Learning, and Research, each year LiFEsports establishes new goals related to creating a positive impact in the Columbus community, at OSU, and among other youth programs across the country.

Nationwide Children's Hospital – Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders
The Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders at Nationwide Children’s Hospital provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary care focusing on evidence based treatment, education, research and advocacy for children with the diagnosis of an ASD. Our mission is to provide assistance to every child and family affected by ASD who is in need. We are currently looking for energetic, creative, and caring people to fill our Behavioral Intervention Aide position. The Behavioral Intervention Aide implements behavioral intervention procedures in the child's home, school, or community. This is a full-time position and is benefits eligible. We also have summer volunteer an internship opportunities.

North Central Mental Health Services - Suicide Prevention Services
Suicide Prevention Services operates 24-hour crisis intervention hotlines staffed by volunteers. Located on N. High Street just south of campus, the hotline program trains volunteers in communication skills, suicide risk assessment, making referrals and other skills related to the field of psychology. The next class will be in the fall, starting at the end of September, and will meet for thirteen 3-hour sessions, on Wednesday evenings and on three Saturdays. After completion of training, volunteers commit to working a weekly 6-hour shift for six months (December 2018 - May 2019). Student volunteers have consistently reported high satisfaction with our program and found the experience helpful when determining plans such as graduate school.

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction - Bureau of Behavioral Health Services
ODRC is the state prison system in Ohio. We employ a variety of behavioral health clinicians, including psychologists. We offer competitive pay and great benefits. Many positions offer flexible working hours. We value client-centered care and multi-disciplinary collaboration. Other members of the treatment team include a psychiatrist, social worker/counselor, custody staff, and activity therapists. You will gain experience in assessment, treatment planning, individual and group interventions, and more. There is never a dull day in correctional healthcare!

Ohio House Rabbit Rescue
Ohio House Rabbit Rescue provides internships involving both animal care and participation in the operation of a small non-profit humane organization. At our 4000 ft Center we rescue abandoned pet rabbits and place them for adoption. Interns assist in the care of the rabbits but also learn to give informational tours to visitors, teach them how to interact with the rabbits, and assist with adoptions. Interns are exposed to the inner workings of a non profit, including such aspects as fund raising and community outreach and education.

Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation
The Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation's (OSPF) mission is to act as a catalyst and steward of statewide suicide prevention efforts by supporting community-based efforts to reduce stigma, promote education and awareness on suicide prevention, and increase resources and programs to reduce the risk of lives lost to suicide. OSPF is a registered 501C3 which uses the public health model to prevention suicide. OSPF is seeking interns & volunteers passionate about mental health and suicide prevention. Interns will learn about research, programming, and resources for suicide prevention, be given the opportunity to lead mental health awareness campaigns in the state, and learn about the grassroots suicide prevention work of Coalitions & Local Outreach of Suicide Survivor Teams in Ohio.

Recreation Unlimited
Recreation Unlimited is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization serving individuals with physical and developmental disabilities and health concerns. The mission of Recreation Unlimited is to provide year-round programs in sports, recreation and education for individuals with disabilities and health concerns, while building self-confidence, self-esteem and promoting positive human relations, attitudes, and behaviors. We are looking for motivated individuals that are interested in working with our community on a part-time or seasonal (Summer 2019) basis.

Syntero - Mentoring Northwest
Syntero offers two different programs. The Older Adults Program uses interns/volunteers to help provide in-home case management with a strong emphasis on supportive social services. Commitment is 10-15 hours a week during the semester. Our Mentoring Program uses volunteers to spend two hours twice a month, with a 6 month commitment to help a child/teen from the local community, which includes Grandview, Upper Arlington, Hilliard, Dublin, & northwest Columbus. Training includes a class entitled: Making of a Mentor, & a New Mentor Orientation. Both programs require screening which includes: character references, a Bureau of Motor Vehicles check, a background check, & a home visit for the Mentoring program. Contact Barb Warner or Sharon Kreuz at 614-457-7876 for more information.

The Ohio State University Suicide Prevention Program
The Ohio State University Suicide Prevention Program (OSUSPP) aims to educate all members of our campus community about suicide prevention and to promote a culture of caring among staff, faculty, and students. We believe that one of the best ways to decrease suicide risk is by reducing stigma related to mental health through education, outreach, and advocacy. OSUSPP offers semester long fall and spring internships to students who have a strong desire to learn about suicide prevention best practices, research, and gatekeeper trainings and to become campus leaders in mental health promotion. Working as part of a large office team, interns develop skills in professionalism, mental health advocacy, and administration while learning the true meaning of comprehensive suicide prevention work.

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Graduate Programs


Adler University
Adler University educates students to engage the world and create a more just society. Established in 1952 to build on the pioneering work of Alfred Adler, the first community psychologist, the University offers masters and doctoral programs for social change. Our degree programs include offerings in Clinical Psychology, Military Psychology, Child and Adolescent Psychology, Counselor Education & Supervision, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Art Therapy, Couple and Family Therapy, Rehabilitation Counseling, Forensic Psychology, Sport and Health Psychology, and Public Policy and Administration, with concentrations in Urban Mental Health and Human Rights Advocacy.

Illinois School of Professional Psychology – Clinical Psychology
The Illinois School of Professional Psychology offers an APA accredited PsyD in Clinical Psychology program, as well as a Master’s in Clinical Psychology. We have been APA accredited since 1985, making us the longest, continually accredited Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in the Midwest! Following a practitioner-scholar model of training, our PsyD program places strong emphasis on preparing students to practice as clinical psychologists and serve the behavioral healthcare needs of those in their communities.

Indiana University – School of Social Work
Graduates of the Indiana University School of Social Work (IUSSW) go on to promote social and economic justice at every level; from providing for the well-being of others to shaping social and economic policies. Since 1911, the school has been dedicated to developing competent, caring professionals who are qualified to assume leadership roles in social work practice, and who strive to enrich the lives of the people they touch. Whether you want to begin a career in social work, mental health or are preparing for an advanced leadership role in practice, research, or policy development-Indiana University School of Social Work sets the standards for innovative and inspired social work education.

John Carroll University – Graduate Studies
The Department of Counseling at John Carroll University offers CACREP-accredited master’s degree programs in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling. The counseling programs have a vibrant, 46-year history of excellence at the University. Our faculty is committed to developing deep and meaningful teaching and mentoring relationships with students and they bring a diverse set of knowledge and experience to teaching and supervising. Classes are small – none large than 20 students, and many with as few at 15 or 8. Graduates of the programs are highly sought after by employers in Northeast Ohio. John Carroll is ranked #7 among Midwest universities by U.S. News & World Report. John Carroll also has graduate programs in School Psychology, Education Psychology among others.

Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences
KCU offers a 5 year, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) degree. Though this program is a generalist program, it does offer a Geropsychology track, which allows our program to remain future oriented. The program is housed along-side a medical school so there is a unique opportunity for inter-professional education being integrated with the medical school curriculum. Our program offers students an opportunity to provide direct feedback about the program, so we can continue to make this program stand out and have the best impact on outcomes for our students. We really want to bring the students into the process of molding this program and providing an outstanding education.

Kent State University – School of Lifespan Development & Educational Services
The School of Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences (LDES) is home to a variety of programs across several broad professional areas. Specific programs within the School include: Counselor Education and Supervision, Educational Psychology, Human Development and Family Studies, Instructional Technology, Rehabilitation Counseling, School Psychology, and Special Education. Graduate students in each of these programs are provided with opportunities to hone skills and grow personally. Specifically, graduate students participate in impactful faculty-led research; seminars focused on advanced knowledge in a variety of fields and professional interests; and practica and internships that provide leadership skills and networking.

Ohio University – Higher Education and Student Affairs
The graduate degree program in College Student Personnel (CSP) at Ohio University is a nationally respected, full-time, cohort-based program, taking two academic years to complete. Individuals from across the country come to Ohio University to study in the Master's in College Student Personnel program. The Master's in College Student Personnel curriculum integrates theory and practice, blending courses in student development theory, student affairs administration, counseling, and higher education with hands-on experience in student affairs offices at Ohio University or at neighboring institutions. All students in the CSP program hold a graduate assistantship in Student Affairs or other divisions of Ohio University.

Ohio University - Social Work
Ohio University - Social Work Program Responding to community demands is the Department of Social Work developed a master's program with an emphasis on service in rural environments. The MSW program was admitted to candidacy for accreditation by the Council on Social Work Education in February, 1999 and has been fully accredited since 2002. The primary purpose of the program is to graduate clinical social workers who have the knowledge and skills for advanced practice in rural environments to improve the well-being of individuals, families, groups, organizations and communities. Our face-to-face programs enables students to only have to travel to Athens campus one day a week. We will be admitting student soon to our online Advanced Standing part-time program which will begin in January.

The Ohio State University College of Medicine – Genetic Counseling
The OSU Genetic Counseling Graduate Program is a relatively new professional program housed under the Graduate School and College of Medicine. Our mission is to train program graduates to be knowledgeable, compassionate, and scholarly genetic counselors that demonstrate advanced knowledge in genetics, genomics, and psychosocial counseling for use in evidence based practice.

The Ohio State University – College of Nursing
The Graduate Entry option within The Ohio State University College of Nursing provides an exciting opportunity for students with a baccalaureate degree in a major other than nursing to earn a Master of Science in nursing. After meeting prerequisites, students complete all necessary coursework leading to a master’s degree in approximately three years of full-time, year-round study. Students select a specialty at the time of application to the Graduate Entry option. At the mid-point of the program, students take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for Registered Nurses (RNs). Eligibility for certification in the specialty area will occur upon graduation!

The Ohio State University – College of Public Health
The Ohio State University College of Public Health offers Bachelors of Science in Public Health, Master of Public Health, Master of Health Administration, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The college is fully accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) and is ranked 11th by U.S. News and World Report among public schools of public health.

The Ohio State University – College of Social Work
Our curriculum ensures that graduates have the competencies and skills needed to successfully practice in a variety of settings and is designed to be student-friendly and flexible. Students can tailor their educational experience through an extensive list of course options for working with various populations and problems, and in many types of social work settings. This dynamic curriculum offers diverse specialization options that offer students greater choice in their courses of study reflect the contemporary contexts in which social workers practice. Elective courses supplement the required curriculum. The MSW degree prepares future practitioners to function in either direct practice or administrative and policy-making roles.

The Ohio State University - Department of Educational Studies
The Department of Educational Studies offers five degrees in 13 specialization areas that prepare extraordinary students to play a significant role in forming sound educational policy and effective educational institutions. Our graduates become effective leaders for educational institutions around the globe, in all settings and at all levels. We offer an EdS and PhD in School Psychology and a MA and PhD in Educational Psychology.

The Ohio State University – Human Sciences Couple and Family Therapy Specializations
Students in the Human Development and Family Science (HDFS) doctoral degree program can pursue a specialization in Couple and Family Therapy accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE). It meets the standards for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) clinical membership, licensure requirements in Ohio, and is designed to prepare students to be clinical scholars and researchers. We are also opening a master’s program designed to meet licensure requirements in Ohio.

The Ohio State University - Knowlton School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, City and Regional Planning
The Knowlton School offers graduate programs in architecture, landscape architecture, and city and regional planning. Housed in the award-winning Knowlton Hall, students of the school’s programs enjoy the tight-knit community of a small school and the resources of a large university. As part of the Knowlton School’s commitment to bringing the highest level of design thinking to its students and the community at large, the school hosts a variety of events throughout the year. The school also provides students with a global perspective and a professional network of over 7,000 alumni.

The Ohio State University - Masters in Human Resource Management
Many psychology majors find fulfilling careers in Human Resources (HR); recruiting talented people, training & developing employees to be successful, and motivating & rewarding high performers for their accomplishments. HR professionals have the ability to shape every part of workplace culture, which in-turn, has a critical impact on the success of an organization. Ohio State's Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) is one of few HR graduate degrees taught within a business college—with a majority of students coming from a social science background and less than 1.5 years of work experience. All required coursework is taught in the evening, giving you the flexibility to complete the program part-time with a full-time job in 3-5 years, or full-time with a summer internship in 2 years.

The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law is an integral part of one of the world’s great educational institutions. Founded in 1891 and consistently the top-ranked law school in the state of Ohio, the Moritz College of Law has grown into one of the nation’s pre-eminent public law schools and one of the most respected law schools in the world. Moritz is known for its rigorous academic program, the pioneering research of its world-class faculty, a deep commitment to teaching and professional training, and the development of future leaders. The college’s more than 10,000 alumni are central to its national reputation.

Wright State University – School of Professional Psychology
The School of Professional Psychology (SOPP) is among the first university professional school programs in the country and has been in existence for almost 40 years. We are among the nation’s first schools to develop a practitioner model program and to confer the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree. Our competency-based curriculum includes four years of academic course work (complimented by three years of clinical practica), followed by a year-long pre-doctoral internship experience. We feature a generalist oriented foundation supported by three emphasis areas comprised of focused content and supporting practica in Forensic, Child & Health, Rehabilitation, and Neuropsychology. We are celebrating our third consecutive year of 100% match rate placement in APA accredited internships as well.

Xavier University – School of Nursing
Xavier's 16 month second-degree accelerated nursing program puts students on the fast track to becoming an RN by leveraging their previous higher-ed Bachelor's degree. With three start dates in January, April, and August and only 4 pre-reqs, our ABSN program has a spot waiting for you when you're ready to become the nurse you were meant to be. Xavier also offers over 30 graduate programs in Business, Education, Health and many other professional areas.

Xavier University – School of Psychology
Xavier's School of Psychology offers a two year, full time, thesis based MA in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and a five year, full time, dissertation based APA accredited PsyD program. The areas of interest in our PsyD program are children and adolescents, health care psychology across the life span and individuals with severe and persistent psychological problems. Our programs prepare students for many settings. We are located in an urban setting in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Career Support Services


Career Counseling and Support Services
Meeting current undergraduate, graduate, and professional students where they are in their career development process by providing holistic support in the attainment of individual career goals.

Center for Career and Professional Success
We guide Arts and Sciences undergraduate students through the strategic process of exploring the unique value of their Arts and Sciences education, discovering their marketable skills, obtaining internships and other opportunities for workplace learning, and connecting with prospective employers.

Center for the Study and Teaching of Writing - Ohio State University Writing Center
The Writing Center offers free help with writing at any stage of the writing process for any student of the university. During sessions, consultants can work with students on anything from research papers to resumes and graduate school applications.

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