With the Fisher Career and Internship Fair behind me, I've finally taken the time to reflect on the experience. While the dust still settles, I figured I'd take a few minutes to give out Alex's Top 3 Tips for Succeeding at the Career Fair/Interviewing Process:
As a MHRM student, a question I get asked a lot is "What made you want to get into HR?" So, here we go. I came to Ohio State as an undergraduate in Engineering. I had a rough couple semesters when I realized thatengineering was not for me. So I started looking into the business school, and once I finished my general courses I had to choose my specializations. My choices? Operations Management or HR. I picked Operations Management.
It’s the beginning of the autumn semester here at the Fisher College of Business and that means recruiting season for both undergraduate and graduate students is underway. For many, this is an opportunity to land an internship or full-time position and there is no better way to get your foot in the door with employers than to utilize the networking events and career fairs happening on campus.
Hello there! My name is Mai Erana Salmeron and I am a first-year MHRM student at Fisher College of Business. I want to start by telling you about my background, especially how and why I am here today. Then I would love to share, as my title expresses, the first impressions, challenges, and action steps I am embracing as I start my year as a graduate student at Fisher.