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The Career Services Office is comprised of two staff teams. Our Career Advising and Management Team works to provide you with successul internship and career searches through customized career advising and career development workshops. Our Employer Relation and Outreach Team partners with corporations for recruitment and hiring by connecting them with talented business students, like yourself.
So, if you’re a student looking for help connecting to the right College of Business Administration major or a recruiter looking to hire our graduates, you’ve come to the right place.
A good career grows from great practical work experiences. We provide the opportunities that lead you to successful careers. Below you’ll find job listings, internships and most importantly the resources that will make you stand out from other applicants.
Where Our Students Intern
• Charles Schwab • Ernst & Young • Deloitte • Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland • FirstEnergy • Gojo Industries • Huntington National Bank • Hyland Software • JM Smucker Company • Parker Hannifin • Sherwin Williams •
Apply for Internships
More information about the Accounting Internship Program is available here.
Are you having trouble finding an internship or job? Our Flash@Work Job and Internship Board is here to help you find on-campus jobs, internships and full-time professional positions. You may also post your résumé in Flash@Work for employers to view.
Between the College of Business Administration Career Services Office and the University’s alumni, you can find many success stories from past and present students.
“If it wasn’t for the interview tips and preparation, resume building workshops, etiquette dinners provided from the Career Service Office in the College of Business, I wouldn’t be where I am today.”
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 either by scheduling an appointment using the online system or by stopping in during drop-in hours from Monday to Thursday between 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
We have several resources to better prepare you for your interview or internship. In addition to one-on-one appointments, our Career Advising Team will also deliver the following workshops and presentations to any group of students (student organizations, classes, independent groups) of 10 or more.
|Résumé and Cover Letter Preparation|
|Résumés and cover letters showcase your strong points. Learn to refine your unique story.|
|Creating a Professional Image|
|To be professional beyond 9 to 5, study the current model of the professional employee.|
|Establishing Your Personal Branding|
|Your name is your brand. Learn business norms and standards to keep your brand reputable.|
|Conducting a Job Search|
|Educate yourself on how to find, interview for and close the right job opportunities for you.|
|Learn to ask and answer interview questions professionally to put yourself at the top of the employer’s list.|
|Handshakes and greetings aren’t enough. Train yourself to make crucial connections that matter.|
|Using the Job and Internship Board|
|The Job and Internship Board is a great tool for discovering opportunity, but a tool only works if you know how to use it. Career Advisors train you on the ins and outs of the online system.|
Sept. 11 - Beta Alpha Psi Bowling & Cornhole Outing
Sept. 17 - Meet the Accountants Night
Sept. 24 - Accounting Mock Interview Day
Sept. 18 - Oct. 2 - Accounting Internship Interviews
Oct. 6 - Vanbenthuysen Top Scholars Showcase
Join the College of Business Administration Employer Advisory Council or Student Advisory Council. As a member of either of these councils, you’ll provide collaborative discussion on career and employment issues contributing to the high quality of services offered by our team.
Are you looking to recruit Kent State College of Business Administration candidates who can contribute toward the success of your organization?
We have candidates that fit your needs. To create an internship or job opening, please complete the COBA Job and Internship form, and we will contact you within the business week.
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.
Mandy McNamee, M.Ed.Internship Coordinator
Karen SteinerAdministrative Secretary
Kel KrakowskiCareer Advisor