Resources For Students
The Lindner Career Services team provides comprehensive support for student career development, including coaching, interview prep, and resumé critiques.
We are here to help you:
- Acquire teamwork skills and the ability to present yourself with confidence.
- Strengthen your resume through international and local co-op or internship opportunities.
- Develop interview, etiquette, presentation, and writing skills through focused coursework beginning with your First-Year Experience.
- Fuel career planning through support from our career services team.
Individual Coaching Appointments
Lindner Career Services Center is open for both virtual and in-person appointments. For all career and professional related needs, students are welcome to schedule career coaching sessions through Handshake:
- Go to the Handshake homepage
- Click Career Center
- Click Appointments > Schedule a New Appointment
- Click Lindner College of Business > Lindner Career Services – Individual Coaching Appointment
- Pick a day that works for you, and then select a time
- Under Appointment medium, select your preference
During individual coaching sessions, students benefit from:
- Discussing job search strategies.
- Participating in mock interviews.
- Reviewing and critiquing their resume and LinkedIn profile.
- Career assessments and setting goals.
From May 1 to July 31, our office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Drop-in career coaching is available Monday through Friday from 1-4 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters. For drop-in coaching, visit us in Lindner Hall, suite 1420.
The Lindner Career Services team adheres to university-wide policies. Please review all policies, particularly the No Show Policy, if you are participating in or plan to participate in On Campus Recruiting. If you have questions, please contact your career coach.
Co-op Scholarship Fund (Summer Semester Only)
Lindner Career Services is excited to offer a the Lindner Co-op Scholarship Fund to students going on co-op during the summer semester. In order to be considered for funding, please make sure you meet the following requirements:
- You must be a current undergraduate student with official degree completion only after your co-op has ended. (i.e. no post-graduation co-ops)
- You must have your co-op experience reported on Handshake first and remain enrolled throughout the co-op semester.
- You are requesting funding for a co-op whose start and end dates fall during the summer semester.
Funding is not guaranteed, and will depend on both the merits of your application and financial need.
Lastly, you will need to submit a detailed budget of your planned expenses as related to your co-op and your various funding sources (potentially). Please use the following spreadsheet: Co-op Fund Budget Template.
Accessibility Resources, in a partnership with the State of Ohio's Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) office, is proud to offer college-to-career services for our students with disabilities. Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) provides counseling and guidance to individuals with disabilities who are seeking employment to jointly choose an employment goal based on strengths, resources, priorities, concerns, capabilities and interests. A thorough, objective understanding of your assets and liabilities, and of employment opportunities, is a prerequisite in planning. For more information and to meet with a College2Career counselor, visit UC's College to Career website.