Student Engagement

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Part of COE’s mission is to provide opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students at the Fisher College of Business to connect with member companies.

Get involved:

  • Volunteer for COE events

    Volunteering at COE events is a great way to give back to Fisher and make personal connections with our member companies.

    Assist with check-in and registration, serve as a greeter and way-finder for attendees, help with off-site tours during COE’s Leading Through Excellence Summit, introduce speakers, and more!

    Click here to join our volunteer database.

  • Search for internships and full-time positions

    Handshake is the system the Office of Career Management utilizes for posting jobs, creating on-campus interview schedules, providing details on employer information sessions and organizing career fairs.

  • Engage in project work

    COE regularly connects its member companies to the following project courses being offered at the Fisher College of Business for undergrads and graduate students:

    Undergraduate

    Six Sigma Projects - Fisher Undergraduate Services (Contact: Cheryl Dickerson, Cheryl.Dickerson@osumc.edu)

    Graduate

    Six Sigma Projects (Contact: Peg Pennington, Pennington.84@osu.edu)

    MBA Sourcing Projects (Contact: John Gray, gray.402@osu.edu)

  • Pursue scholarship opportunities

    COE and the operations management faculty at Fisher will award one scholarship to a Fisher College of Business first-year MBA student majoring in operations management. 

    The amount of this scholarship award is $2,000 and the criteria for choosing the scholarship finalists include academic performance and service to the profession. If you are interested in being considered for this scholarship, please complete an application form and attach a current copy of your resume and web-printed transcripts. Please return the completed application along with your resume and Web-printed transcripts by March 6, 2020 to Associate Professor of Operations, Dr. Aravind Chandrasekaran (650 Fisher Hall) or Professor of Operations Management, Dr. Ken Boyer (630 Fisher).

    DUE: March 6, 2020.

    2020 Scholarship Application