A successful internship experience can open the door to your career. Learn more about how you can stand out to employers and get the most out of your internship.
The “By an Intern/For an Intern” guidebook is intended to help students transform their internship experience into much more than just a resume-booster or a check mark on their degree requirements list.
It offers tips to help students apply skills learned in the classroom, make connections in their local business community, and maybe discover a career direction. Contents include:
Finding an internship
The application process
The interview process
The first day
The last day and beyond
in-Demand Career and Career Information
Finding career and industry information can often be a complicated process. OhioMeansJobs has in-depth information on current careers that are in demand. To learn more visit, OhioMeansJobs In-Demand Occupations.
The Ohio Department of Higher Education has also put together a resource list of other important information on high demand careers in Ohio.
The OhioMeansJobs: Ohio Labor Market Data site is a great place to start answering career and job questions specifically for Ohio, including the projected 2018 Ohio Job Outlook.
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services provides a tool to search how many people are employed currently in Ohio’s major fields.
The Ohio Labor Market Information provides a tool to search the average annual income for a multitude of professions by geographic region in Ohio.
The Virtual Career Network has produced a website that outlines how to find careers in healthcare and what education is needed to obtain them.
Team NEO’s Aligning Opportunities Report is a great resource that analyzes the job demand and supply picture for the 18 counties of Northeast Ohio. It tracks labor force trends, job demand, talent supply, and more.