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School of Environment and Natural Resources


CANCELLED: LinkedIn Workshop and Networking Reception

Nov 10, 2015, 5:30pm - 6:30pm
244 Kottman Hall

Better than 75% of the employers we work with report to us that as part of their hiring process, they utilize LinkedIn to evaluate and review job candidates.

Do you have a LinkedIn profile that is sharp and represents you well? How do you write the summary section? What about recommendations?

Join the CFAES and ENR Career Development staff along with their guests as we host a panel discussion about LinkedIn. Following our discussion, there will be around 20 different industry professionals on hand to network with students and have mocktails with our guests. This is a great opportunity to learn some insider viewpoints on the hiring process.

When: November 10th @ 5:30pm
Where: Kottman Hall 244 with networking reception to follow in the 2nd floor lounge area of Kottman
Cost:   FREE, this event is open to ENR and all OSU majors are welcome to attend.

Please RSVP to with the subject line : LinkedIn RSVP

A few of our guests include:

Danielle Ross, Vice President of Education, Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and The Wilds

Corey Richmond, Aquatic Tech at Aqua Doc

Steven Lowe, Land Stewardship Program Manager at City of Columbus

Elissa Yoder, Conservation Coordinator at Sierra Club

JJ Domiano, Human Resources Specialist with The Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks

Reina Tyl, Research Assistant at The Ohio State University

Mark Dilley, Professional Wetland Scientist, Certified Senior Ecologist - MAD Scientist & Associates, LLC

Kevin McCarty, Para Professional at Canal Winchester Local Schools

Brad Couch, CNG Business Development Manager at Ariel

Matt Perry, ENRAS President, Sales Agent at Remax Impact

Jon Gerken, Assistant Soil Survey Program Manager at USDA, NRCS (retired)

Brent Macolley, Manager, The Schiermeier Olentangy River Wetland Research Park

Tricia Evans, Estimator at FacilitySource

Nolan Rutschilling, Development Manager at Clean Fuels Ohio

Mark Giese, SENR Advancement Officer, National Park Service (retired)