Part of COE’s mission is connect our members to undergraduate and graduate students at Fisher College of business and, for students, connect them to member companies.

First-year MBA scholarship oppportunity (Deadline: March 8)

COE is accepting applications for a $2,000 scholarship being awarded to a first-year MBA student majoring in operations management. Criteria for choosing scholarship finalists and the recipient include academic performance and service to the profession.

Interested in applying? Download the form using the link below and return an applicant packet that includes the completed application, a current copy of your resume, and web-printed transcripts.

Printed copies of the application form are available in 600 Fisher Hall, where the applicant packet should be returned by Friday, March 8
 

Download application

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resources

  • Submit internship / 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. To use this service ...

    • Head to joinhandshake.com/employers
    • If you're a new user, select "Sign up as an employer" to create a new account and follow prompts
    • If you're a returning user, log in with your username and password.
       

    For additional questions, contact Mandy Williams at williams.6057@osu.edu or 614.292.2415.

  • Engage with graduate students on a Six Sigma project

    Companies have the opportunity to participate with the second-year MBA Six Sigma class by providing a clearly defined six sigma project for students to solve over a 15 week period. Projects run from October to March and January to May. This is a student project for class credit and there is no financial cost to the company.

    For more information, contact Matt Burns at burns.701@osu.edu or 614.292.4268.

  • Connect your nonprofit passion to undergrads for a project

    Non-profit companies have the opportunity to participate in a Six Sigma class by providing a clearly defined six sigma project for students to solve over a 10 week period. Projects run from January to March. This is a student project for class credit and there is no financial cost to the company.

    For more information, contact Cheryl Dickerson at dickerson.138@osu.edu or 937.408.9021. 

  • Engage with MBA students on a sourcing project

    Companies have the opportunity to participate with the second year MBA global sourcing class by providing a clearly defined project for students to solve over a 6-8 week period. Projects run January to early March. Examples include; make buy decisions, off-shoring and redesign of supply chain. This project is for class credit and there is no financial cost to the company.

    For more information, contact John Gray at gray.402@osu.edu or 614.247.8021.

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