Buckeye Buzz: January 25 - 31, 2021
Student Activities Center (SAC)
Financial Aid & Scholarships
MLK Day of Service Celebration Events
MLK Day of Service Celebration Events
Celebrating MLK Day of Service
While we won’t be able to celebrate the Dr. Martin Luther King Junior Day of Service together in-person on January 18th this year, we will still be honoring Dr. King, his legacy, and his call to others to engage in community service.
Our campus’s celebration will extend through the second half of January. It will include a film watch party, a webinar, and a take-and-make service activity.
MANRRS Watch Party on January 17th
The student organization Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences (MANRRS) will be hosting a film watch party of American Son on January 17th, 2021 at 7 pm. Please see separate announcement from MANRRS for further details.
Speakers Webinar on January 20th
Mr. Walter Bonham and Ms. Deanna West-Torrence will be presenting: How Dr. Martin Luther King’s Dreams Included Farming. The webinar will take place on January 20, 2021 at 1:00 pm-1:30 pm.
Click the link to register for the webinar: https://osu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_47Nu3TFgSuKEkSWTzErymQ.
If you require an accommodation such as live captioning or interpretation, please contact Keegan Hange at email@example.com. Requests made 10 days prior to the event will allow time to arrange accommodations, but every effort will be made to meet requests made after that date.
The webinar will be recorded, and the link to the recording will be shared out to the campus for those who would like to view it later.
Get to know our speakers:
Walt Bonham, founder, The Food Lab, is a consultant, urban farmer, Mansfield, Ohio native, and operator of @TheFoodLabLLC with a passion to build, grow, and feed his community. With a bachelor’s degree in business, minor in economics from Wittenberg University, and a master’s in science management from Ohio Dominican University his educational background drives his grassroots work, while much of what he knows he learned through hard work and dedication outside the classroom. He serves as a board member and one of the founders of the Richland Gro-Op. He has been dedicated to addressing food insecurity in the most sustainable way, by Urban Farming and creating more farmers. Walter Bonham simply wants to help build his community, by encouraging them to eat local, support local farms, and be more aware of what they eat and where it comes from.
Deanna West-Torrence (Mansfield, Ohio) is the founder and Executive Director of the North End Community Improvement Collaborative, a community development corporation, in 2007 with a mission to improve the quality of life and economic landscape in the North End. NECIC operates several resident-focused programs, leadership, workforce and small business development initiatives all while operating two social enterprises, Temp2Higher Staffing and the recently launched the NECIC Urban Farm. Deanna has the North End and Mansfield community in several capacities including service on Mansfield City Council, Mansfield City School Board of Education, Richland County Regional Planning Commission and Richland County Children Services Board, and countless other boards and committees. Deanna attended the Univ. of Cincinnati, Southern New Hampshire Univ., Harvard Kennedy School’s Executive Education Program, and the Center for Creative Leadership’s African American Leadership Program. Deanna trains new non-profits in governance, program and fund dev., strategic planning and creating partnerships.
We will be offering a take-and-make service activity, creating cards for distribution to some local nursing home residents in Wooster.
Materials kits containing cardstock paper and a few colored pencils will be offered for pick up starting the week of January 25th at both the Applewood Village Housing Office and the Student Activities Center.
If anyone would like to use their own materials or greeting cards, they are welcome to do so.
Boxes to collect the cards will be placed in the Housing Office and Student Activities Center. Completed cards will be due back by February 8th, so that they can be distributed in time for Valentine’s Day.
To view the complete schedule you can also visit the MLK Day of Service website at https://ati.osu.edu/mlk
Other options for involvement
To find out more information about other ways that MLK Day is being celebrated in the Wooster community, you can check out the College of Wooster MLK Day of Service site: https://www.wooster.edu/offices/msa/mlk/.
The national MLK Day of Service website is here: https://www.nationalservice.gov/serve-your-community/mlk-day-service.
Regional 9:OH5: Ebony Stewart
SAVE the Date!
Check out the next Regional 9:OH5 event with award-winning spoken work artist Ebony Stewart!
When: Wednesday, January 27 @ 9:05 pm
To join: go.osu.edu/ebony
The award-winning poet and storyteller, Ebony Stewart, has a powerful voice and a drive to make an impact. She is a woman of many talents, as she wears the hat of a community leader, influencer, and facilitator. In addition to being an international touring poet and performance artist, Ebony is also a published author and a Woman of the World Slam Champion. Her work speaks to the black experience, with emphasis on gender, sexuality, womanhood, and race, with the hopes to be relatable, remove shame, heal minds, encourage dialogue, and inspire folks in marginalized communities.
The SAC is Open!!
The Student Activities Center (SAC) will open on Monday, January 25th, 2021.
To start the semester hours will be:
Monday - Thursday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Friday: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
(Weekend hours will resume soon!)
In accordance with Columbus protocols, a completed Daily Health Check will be required for entry to the SAC. Anyone accessing recreation facilities in Columbus or CFAES Wooster, including for academic classes, will need to show a "Green" status from their Daily Health Report to proceed through the access control point. Those who do not have a smart device can visit the facility front desk to complete the health check on an iPad, which will include a temperature check before entry to the facility is allowed. Please remember a mask covering the nose, mouth, and chin is required.
Please refer to Student Programming & Life website for general procedures, guidelines, and updates.
STEP AFRIKA! Virtual Performance -THIS WEEK!
Check out this February Event!
61st Student Life Leadership Awards
61st STUDENT LIFE LEADERSHIP AWARDS OPEN TO REGIONAL CAMPUSES
The Department of Student Activities within the Office of Student Life, is inviting you to apply for the 61st Student Life Leadership Awards—Masquerade—to be hosted on April 9th, 2021 at 4:00 pm ET! More importantly, we want to emphasize that students across all Ohio State campuses are eligible for an award. The 2021 Leadership Awards will be a fully virtual celebration that expands on a tradition of highlighting students, staff, and faculty that have demonstrated a clear commitment to leadership, service, collaboration, and activism. While we have not promoted these awards well to more campuses in the past, we hope to make this year's program an accessible celebration of the resilience and commitment to leadership learning happening across the entire Ohio State community.
Applications close on February 1, 2021, at 11:59 pm ET, and all letters of recommendation will be due on February 5, 2021, at 11:59 pm ET. Applicants do not need to hold a formal leadership position within a student organization to be eligible for an award. As there is no one perfect example of a leader, we invite people across different identity groups, backgrounds, and collaborative leadership experiences to apply for an award. Judges will focus more on learning, attitudes, and actions than on previous awards or titles alone. You can also nominate someone for an award and submit materials on their behalf, or encourage them to apply directly by submitting a note of encouragement at http://go.osu.edu/NotesOfEncouragement. After a note of encouragement is submitted, I will email the individual on your behalf to encourage them to apply for the award themselves.
Individual award descriptions and past recipients can be viewed at go.osu.edu/leadershipawards.
Looking to Connect on Campus???
Are you Looking to find a positive, meaningful connection on Campus?? Want to meet students from other OSU regional campuses?
Check out these upcoming sessions!
About Last Semester: A COVID-19 Roundtable (Wednesday, February 3rd @ 7:00 pm)
Join this session to connect with fellow students looking to make connections across the regional campuses and discuss the experiences of being a college student through COVID-19, as well as some best practices for how to make this Spring a better semester
Buckeye Besties: Speed Friending (Wednesday, February 10th @ 7:00 pm)
Join this session to connect with fellow students looking to make connections across the regional campuses to participate in a series of rapid fire games and activities designed to help you get to more of your fellow Buckeyes and build connections, even in a virtual world
Exploring Your Values (Wednesday, February 17th @ 7:00 pm)
Join this session to connect with fellow students looking to make connections across the regional campuses and explore more about your own personal values and how those can guide how you get involved during your time at Ohio State.
To register for any of these sessions visit http://go.osu.edu/leadership21
Questions - Contact Jodie Holava.1, Student Programming Coordinator
Intramural - Esports Leagues are Back!
FORTNITE, ROCKET LEAGUE, MADDEN NFL 20, NBA 2K20, FIFA, & WORLD COMBAT 11
Leagues are now forming for ATI Intramural Esports! Registration is open at IMLeagues.com/OSUATI
Play begins the week of February 8th! Registration deadline February 5th!
Questions or want a different league set-up?? Contact Holava.1
Student Leadership Council is Now on Social Media!
Essential Tips from Digital Flagship
Student Org Essentials
Through a partnership with the Digital Flagship, this spring's Student Org Essentials Series is designed to help you facilitate connection with prospective and current members by using innovative tech tools. In conjunction with the workshops, Digital Flagship will also highlight additional resources and ideas in the Student Org Insider throughout the semester. Sign up to attend Student Org Essentials to get hands-on guided practice with tools that can strengthen your organization and read the column below for more tips and support for your student organization from Digital Flagship.
Feb. 1 - Creating Graphics for Organization Recruitment
Feb. 22 - Connecting Virtually Outside of Meetings
March 15 - Engaging Members in Virtual Meetings
April 5 - Putting It All Together
University Tools to Help Your Student Organization Thrive
When running a student organization at Ohio State, you have access to loads of tools and technology to recruit, connect, and engage, but how do you know which ones will be right for you? Thankfully, Ohio State has a list of university-supported tech tools that can help build your student org to new heights.
Tools and App Ideas
University-supported tech tools include multimedia creation programs, communication platforms, and cloud storage programs. Each tool can benefit your student org while you expand and engage with new and current students. Want to create an engaging and eye-catching introduction video for your club? Check out Adobe Spark Video, a multimedia program where you can use graphics and media along-side audio and video of your own. Want to keep your organization’s files safe, yet easy to access? Give OneDrive a shot and see how documents are kept secure yet reachable across multiple devices through cloud storage.
A university-supported tool is not only reviewed for both security and accessibility compliance, so everyone can feel comfortable with its use, but also comes with resources to help with their use. We’ve listed some resources below.
- For a list of all university-supported tech tools, and some other options, check out this list from the Technology-Enhanced Active Learning page.
- The Digital Flagship Handbook also has a more detailed list of the recommended tech tools and apps provided by the university .
Calling All Students Interested in the 2021 Ohio State ATI Intercollegiate Dairy Cattle Judging Team
I’m looking for students interested in being part of the 2021 Ohio State ATI Intercollegiate Dairy Cattle Judging team if COVID conditions are such that will allow university travel and contests to be held in the last half of 2021. I need to determine interest now so that we are ready to “go” if conditions permit. At least 3 students, preferably 4, are needed for a team. Any Ohio State ATI student, not just dairy students, can be part of the Dairy Cattle Judging team. Students have to be full-time students in “good standing” to be part of the team.
This year, the potential contests are Eastern States Exposition (Massachusetts in September), Pennsylvania All-American (Pennsylvania in September), World Dairy Expo (Wisconsin in late September – early October), and the North American International Livestock Exposition (Kentucky in November). Ohio State ATI competes in the 2-year college/university division at these contests. Each contest is different, but typically students will need to judge placing classes and give oral reasons at each contest. At World Dairy Expo, there is a practical contest that includes linear scoring, registered heifers, commercial heifers, and mating recommendation classes.
Please reply to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know if you are interested in participating with the 2021 Ohio State ATI Intercollegiate Dairy Cattle Judging team. Please include in your email your contact information: preferred email, phone number (cell and/or home), and address. If there is enough interest (at least 3 students), a meeting will be scheduled to discuss the specifics: time commitment, funding, practices, etc.
PLEASE REPLY BY Monday, January 25, 2021 to allow time for me to schedule the organizational meeting.
Spring Into Success with Student Orgs
reflect on the fall. recruit more members. lead engaging meetings.
Join us for these one-hour student org workshops with student leaders from all the Regional campuses and Spring Into Success with Your Student Org!
Session 1: About Last Semester: A COVID-19 Student Org Roundtable (Tuesday, February 2nd @ 7:00 pm)
Join this session to connect with fellow student organization leaders across the regional campuses about the experiences of being a student org leader through the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as brainstorm solutions and new projects
Session 2: Join Our Participants List: Recruitment in a Virtual World (Tuesday, February 9th @ 7:00 pm)
Join this session to connect with fellow student organization leaders across the regional campuses about the joys and pains of virtual recruitment, and how to effectively expand your student organization, even in a COVID-19 world.
Session 3: “Sorry, You’re on Mute”: How to Make Your Virtual Meeting Fun and Engaging (Tuesday, February 16th @ 7:00 pm)
Join this session to connect with fellow student organization leaders across the regional campuses and learn tips, tricks, and best practices for how to host effective meetings that are fun and engaging to your members, even over virtual tools
Attend one, two, or all three sessions!! For every session you attend be entered into a drawing for prize bundle!
To register visit - http://go.osu.edu/leadership21
Questions? Contact Jodie Holava.1
COVID Testing Instructions for ATI Students
December 21, 2020
Ohio State is making plans for a safe and healthy spring semester, and we want you to be prepared to do your part. We successfully completed autumn semester by coming Together As Buckeyes and following all the safe and healthy requirements, including face masks, physical distancing and other personal hygiene and behavior. Those will continue in 2021.
In addition, please be aware of the following changes and requirements for on-campus student testing on the regional campuses for spring semester:
General information about returning to campus
- The first two weeks of spring semester classes (January 11-15 and 18-22) will be conducted via virtual delivery. Please note that there are no classes on January 18 in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
- Depending on how COVID-19 cases are trending, and with the guidance of Governor Mike DeWine as well as state and local health experts, the university will evaluate and make any necessary changes to our return plans.
- All students, regardless of where you live, are requested to self-sequester for 10 days before you return to your on-campus residence and/or to in-person engagements on campus.
- Sequestering means staying in your residence as much as possible. The goal is to limit exposure to any other person, including your family members or roommates. If you must be near others, you should wear a mask even indoors.
- To further limit exposure, make your own food or have it delivered.
- If you must go out, wear a mask at all times.
Testing requirements for residential students
You must complete a two-part testing program as part of moving back into your residence
1. Before traveling to campus, you must complete an at-home Vault Health COVID-19 saliva test. The university will provide the tests and cover all shipping expenses.
2. You must complete a second COVID-19 test at the testing location for your regional campus during the week of January 25.
Part 1: Process for Pre-Travel Testing
1. Order Your Vault Kit
a. Use the unique link below to order your Vault test kit. This link is assigned to
you personally and cannot be shared with others.
i. Your unique link to order your test kit:
b. Please use the Vault account you used in autumn semester to order your kit.
If you do not have a Vault account, set one up using your university email
c. We recommend you order your kit as soon as possible to ensure ample time
for delivery. We are unable to replace lost kits, so once you receive it, please
keep the kit in a safe, secure place.
2. Collect and Mail Your Sample
a. 7 days before you leave to return to campus, you should collect and mail your
sample. Please follow the instructions on the attached sheet closely to ensure
your sample can be successfully processed.
b. Do not collect your sample before you log into the Virtual Waiting Room
with Vault Health.
3. Receiving Results
a. Results will be emailed to your university email account from Vault Health and
are also available via the Vault Health website/app.
b. If you receive a positive test result, you will receive a public health order to
isolate and will not be authorized to travel to campus.
Part 2: Process for Move-In
You are required to complete a COVID-19 test at the testing facility on your campus on the day identified below for your campus. Testing facilities and hours for the week of January 25:
CFAES Wooster: Fisher Auditorium
Monday, January 25 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
1. Schedule Your Move-In Day and Time: To facilitate physical distancing, you will need to schedule a Move-In day and time using the Housing Portal.
2. Schedule Your COVID-19 Test: Beginning January 7, you will be able to schedule your on-campus testing appointment via MyChart.
You will be asked to limit your contact with others while waiting for test results. You should receive your results within 24-48 hours. More information about the Move-In process will be shared via email in the coming weeks.
Weekly, required testing of all students who live in university housing will resume the week of February 1, so please consider scheduling your MyChart appointments for the entire semester. Students who are compliant with weekly testing will be entered in drawings for prizes like gift cards and more.
Thank you for your support in advancing a safe and healthy Ohio State in the spring.
AFA Animal Institute & AFA Food Institute Accepting Applications!
Deadline is January 27, 2021.
Once selected to attend an Institute, the only cost to the student is travel. AFA and its partners cover hotel, meals and event material costs.
AFA Leader Institutes provide undergraduate college students like you with the career direction and professional development you need to confidently navigate your new careers in food and agriculture.
From personal connections to gaining a better understanding of career paths and knowledge of what's new in agriculture, these programs will set you up for career success.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
2021-2022 FAFSA, OSU/ATI CFAES Scholarship Application & Scholarship Universe Application ALL DUE IN FEBRUARY!!
The OSU/ATI CFAES scholarship application is now live for the next academic year! DO NOT WAIT TO APPLY!
DUE DATE IS FEBRUARY 15, 2021
If you plan to return to ATI next year or continue on to Columbus and plan to have a 2.0 GPA or higher, be sure to fill out the application to be considered for scholarship funding! Scholarships are distributed based on many factors, not just academic performance!
If you plan to return to ATI next year you will select ATI/Wooster for your campus. If you will be transitioning to Columbus AFTER this Spring, you will select the Columbus campus. It is VERY important that you select the correct campus as awards do not cross campuses.
If you have questions or accidentally choose the wrong campus contact email@example.com
Resubmit for financial aid consideration for next school year (Summer 2021, Autumn 2021, and Spring 2022) by priority deadline February 1, 2021 at 2021-2022 FAFSA.
OSU ScholarshipUniverse application available now!
OSU 2021-2022 ScholarshipUniverse application is available! The application provides both internal and external scholarship opportunities. Priority deadline February 1, 2021.
New 2021-2022 Check List and external scholarship list updated!
Student-Alumni Council Scholarships
Click graphic for application!
Don't get behind...Visit the Learning Lab!
THE LEARNING LAB IS OPEN!!
Don't forget the Learning Lab is up and running virtuall!!!!
Visit the LEARNING LAB'S WEBSITE!
And we are using on-course to report and write notes as needed!!
If you have any questions PLEASE feel free to email/call/zoom
Get to know our tutors...
Hi, my name is Lisa Leienberger and I am majoring in Agribusiness. I can help you in many of your business classes but my specialty is Accounting. I can also help you with time management and how to adapt to having your classes online. I understand this time can be hard for some people and I am here to help!
Transition Process Zoom Q&A with Cate
HAVE YOUR TRANSITION TO COLUMBUS QUESTIONS ANSWERED!
Hop on to the Zoom meeting to ask questions and or watch the Power Point presentation!! Note: This is a time change from the January sessons. This Zoom meeting begins at 5:00 pm!!
Any questions, Contact Cate Hunko.1
When: Thursday, February 4th @ 5:00 pm
Sessions will be 45 min long.
Zoom Link to Attend: https://osu.zoom.us/j/96684187411?pwd=WXFBRCtlZk5raTJKSkJBQXZRYnlpQT09
ATI Library Spring Updates and Hours
Welcome Back to Campus!
The ATI Library will be open for students to study, use resources and ask questions starting January 25. Our spring semester hours are from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday.
For those wishing to reach us from off-campus please see our homepage at ati.osu.edu/library for access to immediate chat service, email addresses, and phone numbers.
Upcoming CFAES Career Workshops
CFAES Career Development
Upcoming Career Workshops
Deep Dive into Career Exploration Workshop
Are you unsure of what to do with your major? Do you have an idea of what you want to do, but aren’t sure where to go next? Then this is the workshop for you! Take a deep dive into what it means to explore a major or career. CFAES Career Advisors Caitlin and Chelsea will discuss ways to learn more about an industry or profession and help point you in the right direction to learn more.
Students can register for the workshop on Handshake (handshake.osu.edu): https://osu.joinhandshake.com/events/657342/share_preview
Date: January 28
Time: 5:00pm – 6:00pm
Zoom Link: https://go.osu.edu/cfaes_careerworkshop
Networking & Elevator Pitch 101 Workshop
Preparing for the career fair? Or just trying to make connections? This workshop will show you how to build your network and provide you with an example of a 30 second elevator pitch to use when meeting new people.
- Thursday, February 4
- 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Interview Skills Workshop
Getting ready for the job market? Think you can wing your interview questions? Think again. Acing the interview takes preparation and practice. At this workshop, you will learn how to answer the toughest questions employers ask and how demonstrate that you are the best person for the job.
- Monday, February 8
- 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Career Fair Prep Workshop
Career fairs will once again be hosted virtually in the Spring. The CFAES Career Development Office is here to support students and ensure that you have the necessary tools to connect with employers. From activating your Handshake profile, to connecting your video on the day-of, and everything in between – this workshop will answer your questions and help you to prepare for a successful Virtual Career Fair experience.
Students can register for the workshop on Handshake (handshake.osu.edu): https://osu.joinhandshake.com/events/657344/share_preview
Date: February 11
Time: 5:00pm – 6:00pm
Zoom Link: https://go.osu.edu/cfaes_careerworkshop
Procrastinator Guide to Career Fairs Workshop
Do you embrace the fact that you’re a procrastinator? Do you enjoy waiting until the last minute and rushing around to get things done? Some people work best under pressure. If you know that you’re going to procrastinate and you’ll need some last-minute tips, consider attending this workshop!
Students can register for the workshop on Handshake(handshake.osu.edu): https://osu.joinhandshake.com/events/657361/share_preview
Date: February 15
Time: 2:30pm – 3:30pm
Zoom Link: https://go.osu.edu/cfaes_careerworkshop
Career Fair: The Follow Up Workshop
Have you ever wanted to send an email to thank someone, and rewritten and deleted it a bunch of times? You want to be sincere, but you aren’t sure if you sound too needy. Believe it or not, employers really respect students who follow up after the career fair with a “Thank you” note. You can leave a strong positive impression with the employer if you just follow a few simple steps on the days after the career fair. In this workshop we’ll go over the do’s and don’ts of The Follow Up.
Students can register for the workshop on Handshake(handshake.osu.edu): https://osu.joinhandshake.com/events/657371/share_preview
Date: February 19
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Zoom Link: https://go.osu.edu/cfaes_careerworkshop
Especially for SENR Students: Internship Requirements
Learn about internship requirements in the School of Environment and Natural Resources and how to conduct your internship search. Open to all SENR students.
Thursday, Jan. 28th 4 – 5 PM
Friday, Feb. 12th 11 – Noon
Tuesday, March 9th 4 – 5 PM
Thursday, March 25th 11– Noon
Monday, April 5th 4 – 5 PM
Industry Immersion Program
Industry Immersion Program
OPEN TO ALL MAJORS!!!!!
Do you want to work closely with faculty and learn directly from industry experts? Would you like to have an immersive experience and explore various industries? If so, participate in the Industry Immersion Program. The Industry Immersion Program is the first of its kind and is designed to help students dive into a specific industry and stand out in the marketplace while providing companies access to top talent and fresh perspectives on their most relevant business challenges. The Industry Immersion Program is a year-long opportunity (3 credit hour course in fall and 3 credit hour course in spring) where Fisher College of Business faculty experts, and industry executives immerse undergraduate students into one of seven industries during the academic year. The result is a unique opportunity to impact a company via projects and gain first-hand industry specific knowledge.
2021-2022 Industry Immersions include:
Business of Sports
Consumer Packaged Goods
Energy & Sustainability
For further information and to apply please visit: go.osu.edu/IndustryImmersion
Attend a virtual information session to learn from faculty directors and previous student participants:
Virtual Sessions can be located on FisherU (http://fisher.osu.edu/fisheru)
Thursday, January 14th 4:30pm-5:30pm
Wednesday, January 27th 5:30pm-6:30pm
The application will close February 5, 2021. Late applications are not accepted.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ask Me Anything!
Zoom Link: https://osu.zoom.us/s/97582239706
Turn Over a New (Buckeye) Leaf - College Success Workshops
Time Management: Wednesday, January 20th @ 5:00 PM
Study Skills:Wednesday, January 27th @ 5:00 PM
Zoom Link: https://osu.zoom.us/j/97302331934?pwd=RkxvTk42TzA3WThMWVdLTFhFcDEvZz09
SP21 Virtual Career Fairs - THIS WEEK!
Have questions or need help??
Contact Denise Rotavera-Krain, College Success Counselor & Career Advisor
ABS Global is now recruiting for a variety of exciting opportunities for our Summer 2021 intern positions! Depending on positions, internships are open to high-school grads or those pursuing a degree at an accredited technical college or university. To view more info and openings CLICK HERE!
AgCareers.com presents internship opportunities from valued partners!! Simply CLICK HERE to find current opportunities within each company overview. You'll discover each organizations' job postings, and within that list you'll find internship openings!
Witmer's Feed and Grain is offering a 2021 Summer Internship Opportunity with their Replacement Heifer Rearing Program
For more information and details, check out the flyer!
Applications are now open for college-age students to apply for the American Angus Association®, Angus Journal ® and Angus Genetics Inc. (AGI) 2021 summer internships. Each summer the American Angus Association, AGI and Angus Media invite college students to gain real-world knowledge and hands-on skills by serving as interns for the nation’s largest beef breed organization. Find more information regarding the exciting summer internship programs below. These 10-week internship programs provide a unique hands-on experience that will both challenge and instill confidence both professionally and personally.
ArtiFlex: College Intern/Co-op - PAID INTERNSHIP!!!
The College Intern/Co-op student will perform duties per rotational departmental assignment. The Co-op student reports to the Manager or General Supervisor of the assigned department. The job assignment per work session is determined by the Human Resource Director.
Duties and Responsibilities
The typical departments a Management Co-op may rotate through are: Human Resources, Quality, Continuous Improvement, Purchasing, Accounting, Finance, Sales, Engineering, and EHS (Environmental Health & Safety), Operations
- High School Diploma
- Current Junior or Senior in accredited college program
- Ability to communicate orally and in writing
- Ability to perform a wide variety of physical tasks
- Proficiency in Microsoft Products
Who you will work with:
- All employees, departmental leaders, human resources department, external community contacts.
- The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts. The employee is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is provided and required to wear while on the shop floor.
- Office regularly
- Shop floor occasionally
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand and walk. The employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; operate standard office equipment (including but not limited to computer, telephone, copier); reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
- Hours will vary based on student and business needs
Why work for ArtiFlex Manufacturing?
This is a paid student intern/co-op position based in Wooster, OH. We are looking for students who are ready to embark on a variety of real world work experiences through rotational job assignments. The job assignments will vary based on the department rotation. As a student intern/co-op you will have the opportunity participate and lead project assignments, collaborate with employees company-wide, and take part in professional development opportunities.
Our paid student intern/co-op positions will work either part-time or full-time based on student and business needs. Benefits as a paid student intern co-op:
- $20 - $22 per hour
- Flexible schedule options
- 3 vacations days per semester
- Free Fitness Zone membership
- Students may qualify for furnished housing assistance
Company Description https://www.artiflexmfg.com/careers
Innovation isn’t just what we do. It’s who we are. ArtiFlex Manufacturing designs and builds products and solutions for companies with tough challenges by employing people with a willingness and ability to be “Innovative. Problem Solving. Partners.”
To do this, we support and embody a vision of safely growing our people and unleashing their full potential because we see greatness in everyone we hire. Better products and services for our customers result from the dedicated development of our employees. That’s our culture.
Imagine your possibilities with ArtiFlex and apply to one of our current openings or submit your resume or application for consideration to future openings.
The American Angus Association’s field services team is excited to announce that we are offering a fall internship designed to enhance a student’s abilities to build effective relationships, craft a promotional strategy, and learn about the Angus business and cattle industry as a whole. From assisting with herd visits to securing advertising in the Angus Journal and Angus Beef Bulletin, providing insight to producers and more, the regional manager intern will gain valuable hands-on, real-world experience in the Angus business. Applicants should have a basic understanding of the cattle industry, be eager to learn, and have a willingness to travel.
We are accepting applications from college juniors or seniors studying animal science, agricultural business or other agricultural-related major. Candidates should be outgoing, able to work well with all types of people and be a self-starter.
The internship begins in August and extends through early December. The intern would be based at the American Angus Association headquarters in St. Joseph, Mo., with numerous opportunities to travel to different regions of the country. Specific start and end dates will be negotiated depending on the applicant’s availability. The intern will be expected to travel and some weekend work may be required.
• Assist regional managers in making herd visits in various regions across the country
• Promote the Angus breed and represent the American Angus Association by attending production sales, AngusLink audits and other events
• Communicate with producers and recommend management practices, with the advice of the Director of Member Services, Director of Field Services and regional managers
• Assist breeders in getting started in the Angus business
• Aide in securing advertising for the Angus Journal and Angus Beef Bulletin
Intern Can Expect To:
• Develop a better understanding of the Angus business and cattle industry as a whole
• Enhance relationship-building skills and leave with countless connections across the country
• Be an active extension of the field services and Association staff
• Become well-rounded in agricultural industry relations
• Attend various events and travel with regional manager staff throughout the internship duration
How to Apply:
Please submit a cover letter and résumé to email@example.com no later than May 1, 2021.
Residential Learning Communities at Ohio State
RESIDENTIAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES AT OHIO STATE
What do you know about Learning Communities (LCs) at the Ohio State Columbus campus? If you are planning to transition to the big city for your second year of study, don’t forget that sophomore students are required to live on campus in one of the many residence halls. One way to make a big place feel small is to become part of a community of learners who share similar interests.
A Learning Community is a group of students who live together on a residence hall floor and share a common major, career field, and/or personal interests. Recent survey findings indicate that students who participate in a Learning Community at Ohio State are better connected to resources and find it easier to create study groups.
Several of our Learning Communities feature unique opportunities for second-year students that support relationship building with students from across campus, skill building in preparation for the internship search via mock interviews, and the development of enhanced leadership skills.
Applications are available here and are due on Monday, February 1, 2021.
CFAES has several Learning Community affiliations from which to choose? Questions can be directed to Sarah Williams.firstname.lastname@example.org .
- Food, Agricultural, & Environmental Sciences (Nosker House)
- SUSTAINS (Scott House)
- Kellogg-Moser Food Security and Sustainability (Houston House)
Please note that completing the Learning Community application does not guarantee acceptance into a Learning Community. This application does not secure housing. To secure housing as a campus change student, you must contact Housing Services by February 10 at (614) 292-8266 or email@example.com to ensure that you are included in the reselection process and eligible for a Learning Community.
LOOKING FOR A PART-TIME JOB TO EARN SOME EXTRA CASH! CHECK THIS OUT AND SEE WHO'S NOW HIRING!!
If you are interested in student employment, please use the following links to access the student job boards:
Wage paying positions that do not require a Federal Work Study award: http://www.oardc.ohio-state.edu/studentjobs/t08_pageview/Home.htm
Federal Work Study positions for those with a Federal Work Study Award: https://www.sfa.osu.edu/jobs/federal-work-study-program/federal-work-study-job-board
If you need assistance or have questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
CFAES Wooster COVID Testing Hiring Student Assistants! URGENT!
Students must be available to work from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm on Wednesdays (hopefully starting on 2/3/21).
How to apply:
- Visit: https://hr.osu.edu/careers/
- Scroll to bottom and select “Current Employees and Students Apply Here” (this will take you to a Workday page)
- Click “Career”
- Click “Search Faculty and Staff Jobs”
- In the search bar at the top, type in R2482 (this will take you to my job posting)
- Click Apply
Once applied, please reach out to Zac Burkey and let him know you have applied (email@example.com).
Student Assistant Position at OARDC Available
Immunology and virology focused research lab in the Food Animal Health department has a position opened for a research assistant specializing research animal care.
Experience with pig handling and care is helpful. In addition to caring for the pigs, general lab maintenance is needed, specifically autoclaving supplies, restocking lab supplies, labeling collection tubes, preparing solutions and media.
Additional assistance is needed on necropsy days with animal restraint, collection of animal samples, tissue processing and storage of samples. This person will comply with lab and federal animal care protocols and go through the training requirements.
For more information visit go.osu.edu/atistudentjobs
Local Dairy Farm Help Wanted
Help wanted on a local dairy farm milking cows and feeding calves. We are located 10 minutes from school and need help with morning and evening chores. Will work with school schedules. We milk 200 registered Holsteins and raise our own replacement heifers. If interested please e-mail use at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Brett at 330-317-3361 or Sandy at 330-317-3362. Our address is 5693 Back Orville Rd. Wooster, OH 44691
Weaver Leather Now Hiring!
Weaver Leather, located in Mount Hope, is in need of part-time help in the warehouse and manufacturing divisions. They are offering VERY flexible schedules. If interested please fill out an application or send your resume to,
Attn: Human Resources Manager
Weaver Leather, LLC
7540 CR 201
P.O. Box 68
Mt. Hope, Ohio 44660-0068
Cafe Carmen is Hiring for Spring Semester!
Starting rate is $9.50 an hour with a free meal each shift. Please apply online at https://dining.osu.edu/student-employment/ and upload your class schedule.
Sterling Heights Dairy
Sterling Heights dairy is looking for help at their heifer farm located approximately 15 minutes from the ATI campus. Tasks would involve feeding calves, milking, and feeding heifers among other things. If interested please call or text Mark Saal at 330-347-7502.