The Career Services Office in the College of Business Administration provides services and resources to assist students and alumni in their career development process.
Additionally, we partner with organizations for recruitment and hiring by connecting them with talented business students.
If you are a student looking to apply for an internship for credit, fill out the online internship application.
If you are an employer looking to hire a Kent State Student, find more information in our Employers section or post a job or internship to Handshake.
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Welcome, Students. We're here for you.
College of Business Administration Career Advisors are here to help you prepare for the internship and job search from the moment you start your journey at Kent State University. With career assessments, tips on personal branding, résumé and cover letter writing and more, you can make yourself stand out from the other candidates.
You can meet with a Career Advisor by scheduling an appointment using the online system (summer availability by appointment only - drop-in hours will resume in the fall).
JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
A successful career grows from strong work experience, specifically internships. We provide the tools and services to help you pursue a meaningful career. Please review the below resources to assist you in becoming a competitive candidate in your internship and job search.
STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL
Join the College of Business Administration Student Advisory Council. As a member of this council, you’ll provide collaborative discussion on career and employment issues contributing to the high quality of services offered by our team.
Learn more about the College of Business Administration and why our employer partners are continuously hiring Kent State talent:
RECRUIT FROM KENT STATE
Are you looking to recruit Kent State College of Business Administration candidates who can contribute toward the success of your organization? To post an internship or job opening, upload your position to Handshake. Please let us know if you have any questions about the system or if you need assistance with your account login.
CONNECT AND ENGAGE TALENT
See our Events Tab for recruiting events and registration information. All event registrations are located in Handshake and will open in July.
Questions or would like to schedule a strategy consultation call to get the most out of your recruiting in the College of Business Administration? Email us at email@example.com
- MOCK INTERVIEW WEEK
September 10-13 | CSO Student Advising Suite, BSA A309
Join the CSO for half or full day schedule to provide mock interviews and feedback to students seeking assistance.
Volunteer sign up will be available soon.
- GUEST RESUME REVIEWER
September 4 - October 26 | Available Tuesday - Thursday from 10:00 am - noon
Join the Career Services staff as a guest resume reviewer during drop-in consulting hours.
Volunteer sign up will be available soon.
- HOST AN INFORMATION TABLE
Host a table with placement in a strategic area during high traffic times within the College of Business Administration. Request via Handshake (click here for instructions).
Join the College of Business Administration Employer Advisory Council. As a member of this council, you’ll provide collaborative discussion on career and employment issues contributing to the high quality of services offered by our team.
You are a very important partner in your student’s career development process. The Career Services Office in the College of Business Administration offers career preparation resources, which are located under Students to help your student navigate the path from college to career.
We believe that the career development process begins early. In their first semester of freshman year, students will draft a resume and create a LinkedIn profile. We also introduce a career research database and assessment tools for students to utilize in their exploration of occupations. Encourage your student to set small, achievable goals through this exploration process. An important first goal is visiting the Career Services Office. We will assist your student in this exploration process, as well as help to identify internships and full-time opportunities.
Kent State University offers numerous programming to connect students to employers including career fairs, information sessions, alumni career panels and company site visits. Talk with your student about the importance of building relationships with professionals in his or her intended field. We assist students with networking to ensure they can successfully build these relationships with industry professionals. Learn about the Career Services Office programming in the Calendar of Events located under Events.
If you would like to support the Career Services Office mission by hosting an intern, talking to students about your career path, or conducting mock interviews, please let us know and fill out this form.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
All events will open for employer registration in Handshake in early July unless otherwise noted.
Students, check out the events in Handshake to pre-register and view attending employers.
Employer Mock Elevator Pitch Day
February 13 │ BSA A123 | 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Practice your elevator pitch with employer guests in an intimate mock career fair setting. Register in Handshake by February 10.
February 14 │ Kent Student Center Ballroom │ 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Recruiting event for sales internships and full-time positions. Co-hosted with the Pi Sigma Epsilon Fraternity.
University Internship, Co-op & Career Fair
February 21 │Student Wellness and Recreation Center │11:00 am – 3:00 pm
All-major recruiting event hosted by Kent State Career Exploration and Development
Employer Mock Interview Day (In-Person and Phone Practice)
February 22 │ CSO Student Advising Suite, BSA A309 | 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Practice interviewing with employer guests. Register in Handshake by February 19.
February 28 │Kent Student Center Ballroom│2:30-4:30pm
Career Exploration event – meet with employers representing the six main functional areas in IS/IT
March 1 │BSA 208│ 11:45 am – 2 pm
Hear from a student panel about their internship and co-op experiences and “do’s and don’ts” perspective. A “How to find and apply for an internship or co-op” workshop will follow the panel discussion and Q&A session. Lunch will be provided.
Accounting Meet & Greet: Summer Leadership Development Programs
March 5 │Kent Student Center Ballroom Balcony │ 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Recruiting event for summer leadership development programs and remaining Summer 2019 internships in the accounting industry
Business Trek: CINTAS
March 15 | Departure Point: COBA 3rd Floor Lobby | 9:00am – 3:30pm
On-site visit to learn about operations and opportunities at CINTAS. Pre-registration with a refundable deposit is required in Handshake by March 8
Networking for Good
April 12, 2019
Volunteer and network with the College of Business Administration at our service site in coordination with the Kent State University Day of Service.
If you need to contact us, please call us at 330-672-1285, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or come to our office in A309 BSA.
Associate Director of Career Services
Career Advisor for Graduate Programs