Can I start a new student organization on campus?
Yes, with a minimum of ten other interested students. Arrange a meeting with the Director of Student Activities to formulate a constitution, complete a tentative officer sheet, and learn about club responsibilities.
How can I find out about activities/programs happening on a daily basis at Ohio Wesleyan?
You will receive the OWU Daily in your e-mail every weekday. Student organizations send out messages to their constituents via OrgSync, and many also advertise in the Hamilton-Williams Campus Center by tabling at lunch or hanging a banner in the Atrium.
Where on campus can I find information about summer employment?
Summer jobs are posted on the Career Services website in OWU Career Link. Many more opportunities can be found by going to “Summer Jobs & Adventures” in the “Finding an Internship” section of the Career Services site. Students are welcome to talk with a career professional to discuss options and strategies for finding summer employment; just drop in on Mondays or Thursdays from 2-4 p.m. at HWCC 324, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call x3152 for an appointment.
How do I find out about an internship?
Career Services professional staff can help you in identifying, selecting, and applying for internships; drop in on Mondays or Thursdays from 2-4 p.m. at HWCC 324, call X3152 or email email@example.com to schedule an appointment. Search for these opportunities in the following areas of the Career Services website: OWU Career Link, Finding an Internship, Search by Major, and Spotlight on Careers. (If you want an internship experience to receive academic credit, you must check with the academic department of your chosen major.)
How do I find information about post-graduate opportunities?
Career Services can help you explore and consider various post-graduate options, including graduate school, employment, and adventures like the Peace Corps. Upcoming career & grad school fairs, on-campus interviews, information sessions and other events can be found on the Career Services website calendar. Individual advising appointments are available to assist you with your search and offer additional ways to strengthen your preparation, including services such as resume and cover letter/personal statement review and mock interviews. Start exploring your options now by visiting the Career Services website, dropping in on Mondays or Thursdays from 2-4 p.m. at HWCC 324, or calling x3152 for an appointment.