Promote your company by participating in the Fisher Undergraduate Job Shadow Program! This opportunity allows undergraduate business students to preview your company and explore career paths. This program takes place at various company locations throughout Ohio year-round. Contact Katie Reynolds with questions.

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  • Process

    1. Register as an employer through Handshake, if you haven't done so already.

    2. Create an "Event" in Handshake:

    a. Select "on-campus" option, type "other," and write in "Fisher Undergrduate Job Shaow Program"

    b. Choose "The Ohio State University" as host school and "Fisher College of Business" as career center

    c. Enter employer contact information

    d. Determine date(s) and time(s) for shadow opportunity

    e. Write in description, include agenda for visit

    f. Upload company picture or logo, if not already included

    4. Complete the Fisher Undergraduate Job Shadow Program - Shadow Information  form for the Office of Career Management to complete your event posting and wait for approval in Handshake

    5. Once your Event is approved via Handshake, students will be able to apply to the opportunity by RSVPing to the event and sbumitting their resume

    6. When your application window closes, you will be able to download the resumes of the applicants

    7. Make selections for your student participant(s) and contact both the selected student(s) and not selected students to inform them of your decision

    8. Provide any additional details regarding the job shadow visit to your selected student(s)

     

    Review the Guide to Creating a Fisher Undergraduate Job Shadow Program Event on Handsahke for additional details

  • Employer Participation Requirements
    • Must be registered as an employer through Handshake
    • Must be available to host at least one Fisher undergraduate student during one day of the determined shadow visit
  • Employers Choose
    • Preferred day to host
    • Timing and Agenda for the day
    • Number of students to host
    • Majors preferred
  • Office of Career Management's Role
    • Provide support to employers when creating shadow agenda
    • Approve job shadow opportunities via Handshake
    • Market opportunities to students based on employer-provided information
  • Program Benefits
    • Provide exposure to students about company culture, values, and mission
    • Promote career and internship opportunities
    • Identify early talent for possible career and internship opportunities
    • Obtain useful feedback from participating students on their interests and careers that may be useful to company recruiting team