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Drop-in career advising is available Fridays 10-4 in Kottman 210 for quick 15-minute appointments.
Academic Credit for Internships
Looking to earn academic credit for an upcoming internship? You must get the internship approved for credit before the start of the internship.
Career development is a continuous process, and advising appointments can help you take a step-by-step approach to your career journey. New first-year students are encouraged to schedule a career advising appointment within their first year in SENR. Transfer students should schedule within their first semester.
Career advising is available to all ENR undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni. Appointments cover a variety of topics, including: exploring strengths and interests, writing resumes and cover letters, searching for internships and jobs, preparing for interviews, and exploring graduate schools. Career advising appointments are being held virtually until further notice. When scheduling your appointment, you will be able to choose either a Zoom or phone call. For quick questions, attend a 15-minute drop-in appointment: Fridays 10am-4pm in Kottman 210.
Meet Your Career AdvisorS
Lucia Hadella is the Career Advisor for the School of Environment and Natural Resources. She works with SENR students on many different areas of career development, including writing resumes and cover letters, identifying strengths and interests, networking with professionals, and searching for internships and jobs. SENR students can meet with Lucia as often as they need to.
Office: Kottman 210
Chelsea Ratell is a Career Advisor for the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. She can assist SENR students with resumes and cover letters, career exploration, networking, and job searches. SENR students can meet with Chelsea as much as needed at any time during their college career.
Office: 100 Agricultural Administration
You may also see other members of the CFAES Career Development Team during class visits, workshops, and walk-in career advising appointments. Get to know them!
Handshake at OSU
All OSU students have a Handshake account. Activate your Handshake account by logging in with your OSU name.# and password. To ensure you have full access to all Handshake features, including virtual career fair registration, update your profile to accurately reflect your year in school and your expected date of graduation. This information does not update automatically. Questions about Handshake? Contact Lucia at email@example.com.
Career Development Resources
Current students should have access to "SENR Career Development Resources" on their Carmen/Canvas dashboard. Be sure to check this page frequently for resume examples, career planning tools, announcements about opportunities, and more. If you don't see the page in your Carmen dashboard, email Lucia Hadella.
ENR 1500: Career Development and success
Consider taking ENR 1500 as a structured way to get on top of your professional development and planning goals. It is offered during Fall and Spring semesters. The class is suggested for students who have completed at least one year of college. Your Sophomore year is a great time to take ENR 1500! If you are a Freshman considering taking ENR 1500, email Lucia Hadella to discuss your options. Inner-university transfer students who did not take the SENR survey class are very strongly encouraged to take ENR 1500 as early as possible.
Internship Reports: 2018-2019