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The centralized Bowling Green State University (BGSU) Career Center designs innovative recruiting and college relations strategies to increase your organization’s visibility on campus. We promote and value all work experiences where students gain marketable skills. Please consider partnering with the Career Center, whatever your staffing needs.

Part-time, Seasonal, and/or Temporary Jobs

» Gain access to students seeking part-time work during the academic year and full-time, summer, and seasonal positions » Hire qualified, talented, and career-focused students to meet your employment needs

Cooperative Education and Internship Experiences » Achieve tangible results and add fresh perspectives and creative ideas to your workplace » Observe and assess the performance of potential full-time employees and be first to make an offer » Rely on the Career Center to ensure compliance with academic internship/co-op requirements

Full-time, Post-graduate Employment Opportunities

» Recruit talented students from more than 260 undergraduate and graduate degree programs » Engage with students demonstrating intellectual and creative energy while building 21st century skills

Career Center Accomplishments

» 81.9% of BGSU student employees felt they demonstrated

leadership skills in their on-campus jobs » Over 700 student co-op or internship experiences are recorded annually » Over 400 employers recruit on the BGSU campus annually

Recruitment Vision Statement To be recognized by employers as a premier recruiting partner that consistently exceeds expectations by providing the highest quality and most productive recruiting services among career centers nationally.

What employers are saying about the Career Center…

“We always know that BGSU will take of us when we visit campus. The caliber of students and the Career Center Staff are by far the best in NW Ohio. Thank you BGSU!”

“Every BGSU event we are involved with is ‘first class’ and our interaction with and treatment by university staff is always ‘top notch.’ Our experiences with BGSU through part-time employment, internships, volunteer services and activities with our residents is enjoyable and profitable.”

» Steve Eich, Human

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Resources Recruiter, Sherwin Williams

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SERVICES, EVENTS, AND PROGRAMS

» Offered free to employers and available all year » Post positions with ease by using one of the following options: – Use WorkNet – a recruiting and job posting service for employers and job candidates seeking part-time and seasonal jobs, internships and co-ops, and full-time, post-graduate employment opportunities – Submit openings via our online job posting form http://www.bgsu. edu/offices/career/page20618.html

Job and Internship Fairs

motivated and talented students for internships, co-op assignments, and full time, post-graduate positions » Meet hundreds of candidates in just a few hours » Participate in one or more of our four job and internship fairs held annually: Fall EXPO, Spring EXPO, Summer Job Fair, and Teacher Job Fair

Campus Interviews/Interview Days

» Use the Career Center interview rooms to conduct interviews with

BGSU CAREER CENTER: CONNECT WITH US

process by joining our professional events. Our students value your “real world” advice and expertise.

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Peg Bucksky, Part-Time/Seasonal Job Coordinator pbucksk@bgsu.edu Kathy Hoke, Cooperative Education and Internship Coordinator khoke@bgsu.edu

College Relations: Get Connected!

Connie Mears, Job Fair Coordinator camears@bgsu.edu

The Career Center staff is available to consult with you regarding all of your recruiting activities to: » Develop or enhance your college recruiting and relations program

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Create or optimize an internship or cooperative education program Identify innovative recruiting and college relations strategies Enhance your knowledge of BGSU academic programs Learn more about Career Center programs, services, and events

College Relations: Get Noticed and Involved!

There are a variety of ways to get noticed on campus, leading to beneficial outcomes in your recruiting strategies. The Career Center welcomes employers to become active participants in student workshops and events.

» Support faculty initiatives, such as service-learning projects, research,

» Help prepare students for job fairs, interviews, and the job search

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Susan Gladieux, Recruiting Manager and Systems Administrator sgladie@bgsu.edu

Information Sessions

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The Career Center’s goal is to help you build a distinctive employment brand on the BGSU campus, generate student traffic at job fairs, promote interview activity, and produce job prospects for your organization.

Build a presense on campus

increase the number of applications by strategically placing your session to raise awareness throughout the semester or communicate information prior to campus interviews

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We have an experienced and enthusiastic employer relations team. Please contact the person below best suited to meet your recruitment needs.

BGSU candidates for no charge » Schedule interview times at the annual EXPO Job and Internship Fairs to assess candidate qualifications and identify candidates for the next step of your hiring process

» Raise student awareness about your organization and potentially

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Staff Members and Contact Information

WorkNet – part of NaceLink Career Services Management System, Manager & System Administrator, at sgladie@bgsu.edu to receive your login instructions and user guide – Create an online profile for your organization, with a link to your employment website and key recruitment contacts – Post position openings – Request a date to recruit on our campus – Coordinate an information session – Manage your applicant pool – Utilize social networking sites to connect with students – Review “resume books” (for employers who participate in our career fairs and/or on-campus recruiting)

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Advertising in Career Center publications is a proven means to increase your organization’s visibility on campus and publicize available co-op, internship, and career opportunities to targeted audiences (students, alumni, faculty, academic advisors, and administrators). » Use this affordable and effective way to inform thousands of BGSU students about your employment opportunities » Gain visibility in our job fair guides, which are updated annually, commercially printed, and distributed campus-wide approximately two weeks prior to the event. These guides showcase articles on today’s job market for college graduates, employer profiles, and descriptions of internship and career opportunities.

Job Posting Services

powered by Simplicity® » Access your free account by contacting Susan Gladieux, Recruiting

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Advertising

The Career Center offers multiple ways of identifying and contacting highly capable students and recent alumni. We encourage employers to consider the options listed below and contact us to arrange the programs or services to best meet your needs.

» Attend a proven, cost-effective method to identify and hire highly-

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» Participate as a student organization speaker » Engage in Career Center events and programs (e.g., resume critique

sessions, interview simulations, Campus Fest information tables, etc.) case studies, etc.

» Provide expertise to students and share your story about the realities of your industry

» Schedule an information session to communicate key details about your organizational culture and career paths

» Attend campus recruiting events, such as job and internship fairs » Advertise positions and company information in Career Center publications

Career Center 419.372.2356 (phone) 419.372.9847 (fax) hire.bgsu.edu

Visit the Career Center website for detailed information on recruiting and relations options at BGSU: hire.bgsu.edu


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WELCOME

EMPLOYERS BGSU QUICK FACTS Campus

» Located in Bowling Green, Ohio, a great community within easy driving distance of major Midwest cities and the Toledo airport http://go2.bgsu.edu/choose/visit/directions/

Students and Faculty

» Gain a diverse perspective of more than 20,000 students from 50 states and approximately 70 foreign nations

» Engage with a campus that cares about academics, with more than 800 full-time faculty

Student Life

» Connect with more than 300 student organizations, including more than 40 fraternities and sororities http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/ sa/getinvolved/page12173.html

» Collaborate with a wide range of service learning opportunities http://www.bgsu.edu/offices/service-learning/

Degree Programs and Learning Resources

» Recruit from more than 200 undergraduate and graduate programs

on main campus; visit the following links for a list of undergraduate programs http://go2.bgsu.edu/choose/academics/majors/ and graduate programs http://www.bgsu.edu/colleges/gradcol/ programs/index.html

» Home to innovative research centers, such as the country’s only

National Center for Marriage Research (established by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in fall 2007), the John P. Scott Center for the Study of Neuroscience (one of the first interdisciplinary research centers of its kind in the United States), and the Center for Family and Demographic Research

» Recognized for leadership and innovation for teacher education

programs by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities

» Ranked by U.S. News and World Report on Graduate Schools among the

top three graduate programs in industrial/organizational psychology in the nation

» Cited by the National Association of College Broadcasters as one of the top five college stations in the nation

» Named fifth among schools providing the greatest opportunity for MBA minority students, according to the 2008 edition of the Princeton Review’s “Best 290 Business Schools”

» Ranked in the top 50 business programs among public institutions by Business Week 2010

» Offers nationally known academic programs in supply chain

management, college student personnel, photochemical sciences, popular culture, applied philosophy, policy history, musical arts, demography and sport management

» Engage with students from an institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools

BGSU Highlights

» Honored with a triple appearance in the 2009-10 edition of the U.S.

News America’s Best Colleges – Committed to teaching - BGSU is ranked 11th with eight others, among 80 institutions that have a focus on undergraduates in the “national universities” group – “Linked to student success” through first-year experience programs and learning communities

» Recognized by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching for curricular engagement with the community

» Received recognition as one of five colleges and universities chosen

nationally to receive the 2007 CHEA Award for Institutional Progress in Student Learning Outcomes by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation

10/26/2010

Bowling Green State University is committed to equal opportunity for all and does not discriminate in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, color, national origin, religion, creed, age, marital status, mental or physical disability or veteran status. The Office of Equity, Diversity and Immigration Services, 705 Administration Building, BGSU, is responsible for University compliance with all relevant statutes, including Title IX, Section 504. Disability Services, 413 South Hall, is responsible for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Bowling Green State University Career Center 318C Math Sciences Building Bowling Green, Ohio 43403-0085 www.hire.bgsu.edu | 419-372-2356

VISIT US ONLINE AT www.hire.bgsu.edu


Career center employer brochure 2010 2011