Welcome to the John Glenn School of Public Affairs Office of Career Services! It is a centralized office that provides multiple and varied opportunities for students, alumni and employers to connect with Career Services Professionals and each other. These opportunities allow for customized learning and practice to serve the individuals needs of students and alumni. Formats include:
One-on-one counseling with a Career Counselor
Workshops, networking and employer recruitment events
Professional mentorship program
On-line job bank and support for job searches and career advice
Your first career counseling appointment will be one hour in length. The counselor will provide an overview of the office, expectations and a resume critique. For a resume critique, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 24 hours in advance of scheduled appointment. Any follow up appointments will be 30 minutes in length. To schedule a career counseling appointment, please call 614.292.8696.
If you are interested in learning more about career and professional development opportunities through the Office of Career Services, please contact:
Alex Toomey, Career Advisor,
Paid Internships and Employment
The Glenn School does not require students to do internships in order to fulfill degree requirements, and internships may not count for graduate credit. However, many students work or intern part-time in jobs relevant to public affairs while taking classes at the Glenn School. Students regularly succeed in securing jobs and internships (paid and unpaid) through our job databank, Friendship 7.