Student Newsletter : October 20, 2019

Welcome to Week 10!

In This Issue:











  1. Trap Yoga and Food Trucks

    Saturday October 26, 2019 from 1-9 pm at Community Threads (1509 East Main Street Columbus, Oh 43215) Trap Yoga and Food Trucks will offer Rap and Hip Hop music with food trucks. Yoga Teacher & Co-Owner of RawYoga614, Derrick Bond, will be leading the 60 minute flow. This is a family friendly event and costumes are encouraged.

    More inforamtion can be found here. 

  2. Howl-O-Ween With Ohio Wildlife Center

    Join the Ohio Wildlife Center for a Howl-O-Ween events on Thursday, October 24 and Friday, October 25 from 4-7 pm.  You’ll meet creatures of the night including bats, snakes, crows, owls and many more at this family-friendly event, which includes Halloween-themed crafts, snacks, and creepy critter stories.  
    Costumes are encouraged; treat bags and flashlights are recommended for walks through White Tail Trail. 

    Howl-o-ween is $5 per person at the door, or bring a donation from the Wishlist to join the event for free. 

    Ohio Wildlife Center
    6131 Cook Rd
    Powell, Ohio 43065

  3. Weekly Motivation

    “The tragedy in life doesn’t lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy lies in having no goal to reach.” – Benjamin Mays

  4. Sloth Yoga

     The Human-Animal Interactions Club is hosting Sloth Yoga on November 6 in the Ag Admin Auditorium. Due to the large amount of interest this event recieved last year, there is pre-registration required. The event costs $15 to attend. The flyer for the event can be found here

  5. Livestock Judging Team Competed at Congress

    Ohio State Animal Science students competed in the 53rd All American Quarter Horse Congress Collegiate Judging Contest. The team walked away as Top 10 and Top 15 Finalist in Halter Judging, Performance Judging, and Reasons Awards. More information about the team and how to join can be found here

  6. Poultry Science Club Turkey Order

    Poultry Science Club is taking orders for their 69th annual Turkey Sale until November 13th! The turkeys are free-range, raised antibiotic free, and fed a vegetable diet. The turkeys come from a family-owned and operated company. For more information about the company and their products, follow this link to their website:

    Three types of turkey are available through this sale, each coming in varying weights: whole fresh turkeys, turkey breast roast (bone-in), and smoked whole turkeys. For more information, you can contact the Poultry Science Club at 

    The order form is available here


  7. Independent Research Course-EEOB 3494

    EEOB 3494- Entering Independent Research

    This course is designed to prepare undergraduate students to become independent researchers. Related topics include experimental, quasi-experimental, non-experimental designs, hypothesis testing, sampling, and research ethics. Formal and applied statistics, data analysis using SAS programming language, poster, presentation and graphing tools will also be given throughout the course. As research funding is an essential part of conducting experimental studies, students will also be guided through the process of grant writing. This 3 credit hour course is held Thursday 11:10 am - 12:30 pm in Baker Systems 285. 

    Students will also engage in outreach activities with grade school children to teach biodiversity and conservation. 

    For more information contact: or visit Lab Web Page: or view flyer here.

  8. Small Ruminant and Pseudo Ruminant Production Class

    Small Ruminant and Pseudo Ruminant Production and Management (ANIMSCI 4004.01) and the Small Ruminant Production Lab (ANIMSCI 4004.02) will be held as scheduled in Columbus during the Spring 2020 semester. Our Department recently moved our sheep operations to Wooster, merging our Don Scott and Wooster sheep flocks.  Holding pens at Don Scott, Waterman Farm and the department’s arena in the Animal Sciences building will be utilized with sheep transported on a regular basis from Wooster, to ensure students continue to have hands-on learning experiences with small ruminants in Columbus. The Department of Animal Sciences recognizes the integral role sheep and goats play in our departmental teaching program and will ensure students continue to have that learning experience.


  9. Undergraduate Teaching Assistant

    Information and the application are available through:  Applications are not due until DEC 1, but students are encouraged to apply early to plan their spring schedule accordingly.  

    To serve as a UTA you must

    • Be a third year rank or higher,
    • Enrolled in the Department of Animal Sciences on the Columbus campus for at least one year
    • Have successfully completed of at least 3 of the following courses: 3100, 3110, 3130, 3140, 3150, 3160, 3170, or 3200,
    • Have a 3.0 GPA or better overall in the major, and
    • Completed the UTA course assignment with a letter grade of a “B” or better

    Students accepted as UTA are required to complete an online UTA orientation and the Institutional Data Policy Training.  For any other questions, please contact Pasha Lyvers-Peffer at

  10. URUS Dairy Consulting Experience

    URUS is starting a program for undergraduate dairy students, URUS Dairy Consulting Experience. The event is held in Madison, WI on January 6-10 2020.  This will be a five day, all expense paid experience where students will work with experts on dairy records analysis, reproduction, genetics, calves and conditions that impact herd performance.  This is not only a learning experience, but they will also have the opportunity to compete in teams for a chance to participate in a 1-2 week international work assignment. The work assignment includes travel and other costs covered by URUS. 

    For more information, click here.

    The website to apply is:

  11. Poultry Industry Career and Learning Day

    Ohio Poultry Association has partnered with OSU to host the second annual Poultry Industry Career & Learning Day, which will feature speakers from prominent poultry companies in Ohio and representatives from OSU. This program will provide an overview of careers in the industry, networking opportunities and hands-on educational activities. High school sophomores, juniors and seniors, and college freshman and sophomores are encouraged to attend. This event will take place on Saturday, November 16 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. in the Animal Science Arena. Registration costs $10 before November 1, and $15 after November 1, and on the day of the event. The flyer and registration form for this event can be found here

  12. CFAES Student Ambassador Program

    The CFAES Ambassador Team is made up of 25-35 undergraduate students who serve as the face of the college to prospective students, guests, alumni, and donors.  In addition to representing the college, CFAES ambassadors have an abundance of opportunities to develop communication and team building skills, take part in a national leadership conference, engage in professional development, and interact personally with leaders at the college level, university level, and beyond.

    Information Sessions (not required to apply)

    ·         September 25 (W) from 5:20-6:15pm in Ag Admin room 250A

    ·         October 22 (Tu) from 10:20-11:15am in Kottman Hall room 116

    ·         January 22 (W) from 11:30am-12:25pm, Location TBA

    ·         January 23 (Th) from 5:20-6:15pm, Location TBA

    Application & Interview Process (online)

    ·         November 1 - Application opens online

    ·         February 3 - Applications due

    ·         February 10 - Preliminary interviews

    ·         February 14 - Final interviews

    Click here for more information.

  13. Fred Stout Experience Award

    Persons who have a strong desire to pursue a career in managing and/or marketing Registered Jersey™ cattle are encouraged to apply for the 2020 Fred Stout Experience awards. The awards are presented annually in memory of Fred J. Stout Sr., Mt. Carmel, Ill., a lifelong Jersey breeder and member of the Jersey Marketing Service staff from 1978 to 1997 who believed that the best learning experiences happen in the everyday world.

     Awards will be made for two paid internships, one with Jersey Marketing Service, Reynoldsburg, Ohio, and the other an on-farm, customized experience on a Jersey dairy operation. The awards, provided by a permanent endowment created by friends and colleagues of Fred Stout, will pay for housing, travel and related activities required by the cooperating employer up to the maximum amount of the scholarship award.

     Applicants must have completed their high school education. To apply, submit a one-page résumé listing previous work experience, skills and other qualifications, plus a separate cover letter stating your ambitions, goals and career aspirations, including plans for achieving them. The letter must also explain how and why the Fred Stout Experience will be of benefit in achieving future goals. A summary of involvement with and interest in Registered Jersey™ cattle is required. Specify which experience (marketing internship, on-farm internship) is preferred, or indicate if you are interested in both opportunities.

     Two letters of support are required, one from an active breeder of Registered Jersey™ cattle, excluding immediate family members; and the other from a teacher, mentor or past employer. These must be mailed directly by the supporters to the AJCA office.

     Applications and letters of support must be postmarked no later than December 1, 2019, and addressed to Fred Stout Experience, American Jersey Cattle Association, 6486 E. Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068-2362. They can also be submitted by email.

  14. Panama Study Abroad

    Panama: Through the Lens of AgriCulture, Sustainability and Diversity is a study abroad program designed to overcome barriers. The program is designed to be inclusive of first-generation, underrepresented students of color, and low-income students. The program cost is $2299 and includes everything (airfare, lodging, meals, tours & insurance). Application deadline is Nov 1 and is fast approaching. Students travel in Panama for 11 days.

    More informatin can be found here.

    Contact for individual or group information session.

  15. Costa Rica: Service Learning

    The goal of this program is to help students develop cultural awareness and problem-solving skills while also allowing students to conduct international sustainable service-learning projects. We achieve these goals through a variety of course work, including regular guided discussions of the assigned study topics, student’s experience and thoughts about the field trips and guided tours to the cultural and historical sites, as well as conducting service-learning projects and staying with local families.

     This program begins in San Jose, but the group will move on to the world-famous EARTH University soon after. A major benefit of staying at EARTH University is the interaction between the Ohio State and EARTH students who are from various tropical countries around the world as well as access to the school's many educational farms (cacao, coffee, banana, and livestock). While at EARTH, students will be able to witness the education that takes place at EARTH and prepare for their service-learning projects. The projects take place in a partner community that EARTH is assisting through development efforts and includes a two to three-day homestay with a local family. Examples of past projects include building a bio-digester, creating urban gardens, constructing mobile chicken coops, assisting with school renovations or writing project manuals in English for other English-speaking groups that visit EARTH University. Students will eat in the cafeteria with the EARTH students and have ample opportunity to make new friends from around the world.

     The program will also visit Cahuita National Park, a 2,711-acre national park with hiking trails and a beach on the Caribbean coast. The plant and animal diversity in Cahuita is one of the highlights of the program. At this and other locations, students will have the opportunity to hike and enjoy the beauty of Costa Rican ecosystems. Other past tours have included Arenal Volcano, various marketplaces and historic sites throughout the country.

     Upon completion of the education abroad in Costa Rica and the campus-based course, students will be able to identify and analyze the impact of sustainable technology on a developing country, study practical and sustainable solutions that involve service partnerships with the local entity or community (EARTH University, Costa Rica) and synthesize the theory and practice of service-learning within a community and/or global context.

    FAES (March 7-15, 2019)

    Application Deadline: November 1, 2019

    Information sessions:

    • September 4, 2019 | 5:15-6:15 PM | Smith Laboratory 1180
    • Monday, September 23, 2019 | 4:30-5:30 PM | Ag Admin 005
  16. South Africa: Exotic Animal Behavior

    Are you interested in learning about exotic animals? Attend an informational session!

    Animal Sciences (Group 1: April 30-May 16, 2020; Group 2: May 18-June 3, 2020)

    Application Deadline: November 1, 2019 

    Information sessions:

    • Friday, September 13, 2019, 10:00 AM-11:00 AM, Animal Science 202
    • Wednesday, September 18, 2019 3:30-4:30 PM- Animal Science 212
  17. Graduate School Info Session

    A graduate school inf session is being hosted on Monday, October 21st in Kottman 334. 

    The info session will provide students the opportunity to have their questions answered regarding the application process and finding the right program. This info session is geared towards students in the plant science field. 

    For more information, you can view the flyer which is attached here

  18. NAAB Doak Graduate Fellowship

    The National Association of Animal Breeders Doak Graduate Fellowship is a unqiue opprotunity for individuals planning to pursue a career in the bovine genetic improvement industry to earn a Master of Science degree in bovine genetics or bovine male reproduction physiology. The fellowship is open to any candidate who has completed a four year degree and seeks an advanced degree at a major US university with an approved research project. 

    The application is due December 2, 2019 for fall 2020 enrollment.

    More information can be found here

  19. Topnotch Showstock Internship

    Topnotch Livestock is a show wether goat and lamb production firm. Topnotch Livestock utilizes IVF and AI to access elite genetics. Approximately half of their herd will be kidded out by the start of the internship (early January).  Most of the marketing is done in March, and a show string will be campaigned in April and May.   There could be an opportunity to develop into a partnership after the internship, for the right person.   

    Topnotch is seeking an intern for Winter/Spring semester. More information and the application can be found here

  20. Hilmar Dairy Internship

    The Hilmar Dairy Internship program is accepting applications now through December 10, 2019 at 5 pm PST. The internship is designed for college sophomores, juniors or seniors majoring in dairy science, dairy management, animal science or vet science. They are looking for motivated, hard-working students interested in developing the skills to become herdsperson or dairy manager in California or Texas. 

    The Hilmar Dairy Internship differs from other dairy internships. There are multiple local dairies hosting interns at the same time. Interns participate in group programs and social activities.  Interns will have the opportunity to visit the other farms and learn from each other's experiences. Interns explore a wide variety of dairy skills and techniques that may include milking, feeding, cow comfort, breeding, heifer and calf management, computer systems, and more.

    More information is attached.

     Applications are only accepted online:

    Please direct any questions to:

  21. Parasitology Student Worker

    The College of Veterinary Medicine, Parasitology Section is looking for an upbeat, positive, and responsible undergraduate who might have an interest in veterinary parasites and would be willing to work in the VM III teaching laboratory.  The student worker will learn about the parasites and the techniques we use in the laboratory.  We have one or two openings Spring 2020 semester, generally Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, from January until the end of March.  The laboratory helper is required to assist with the lab setup (anywhere from 11 am to 12:10 pm) and take down the labs (breakdown 4:45-5:30 pm).  The helper can participate in the laboratories (1 to 5 pm) if they wish.  

    Please send a brief cover letter/email indicating your interest and attach your resume and Spring 2020 course schedule.  Deadline November 8, 2019.   Email to  You will be contacted you for a follow up interview.  Course schedules and availability play a key role in the selection process.    

    If you have additional questions, please contact Antoinette Marsh, 614.292.8335.

  22. Fort Christopher's Thoroughbreds Breeding Intern

    Breeding Season is approaching for horses and Fort Christopher's Thoroughbreds is recruiting interns!

    This internship will allow students to actively participate in all aspects of a commercial thoroughbred operation. Fort Christopher's Thoroughbreds has created a great learning environment for students who are sincere in their desire to secure employment in the horse industry and/or pursue post baccalaureate education in veterinary studies or graduate school. The internship generally runs from Jan. 15th - April/May. This is a paid internship opportunity with housing provided.

    More information regarding the internship can be found here

  23. Fine Swine Internship

    Fine Swine has just sent out their application for internships. This internship will be from May 2020 through August 2020. Students will be working as gestation and farrowing technicians to understand the day to day operations of a commercial sow farm. Students will work on a project individually for research/education and will present their findings at one of the monthly manager meetings. They will also take part in regular intern meetings to make sure they are learning at an appropriate rate and to clarify any questions they might have. 

    Students will be paid $1,000 (before taxes) on the 15th and 30th of every month. On-farm clothing, boots, shampoo, and body wash will be provided. Students must have their own transportation to get to the barn. They are unable to provide housing but are more than willing to help candidates from out of state find housing for the summer.

    If you have any questions regarding the internship please feel free to email Katie ( for more information.

    The deadline for the application is March 20th at midnight.  Late submissions will not be accepted.

    The application is available here

  24. Alta Genetics Internship

    Alta Genetics is looking for students interested in a 2020 internship. Alta Genetics focuses on several areas that allow you to customiza and design your opprotunities. The areas of focus are genetic counsulting, reporductive management, sales, marketing, communications and training, calf management, dairy herd management software, and laboratories and production.

    More information can be found here.

  25. Beechwold Kennel Technician

    Beechwold Veterinary Hospital is looking to hire multiple kennel technicians onto their great team of employees. Typical duties include taking care of boarding animals, giving baths, and cleaning the clinic. Kennel shifts are generally in the evening, and are somewhat flexible on the start time. It is required that you work some weekends. This is a perfect job for students looking to get more companion animal experience, particularly pre-vet or vet tech students. As experience increases, it may be possible to begin working in treatment or reception.

    If you're interested, you can stop into their office at 4590 Indianola Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43214 for an application, or contact them by phone ((614)468-8591) or e-mail (

  26. Hunter/Jumper Farm Stable Hand

    A privately owned hunter/jumper barn in Sunbury is looking for part time help. The barn teaches lessons in the evenings and travels to shows around two weeks a month. Duties would include grooming, tacking, and bathing horses. For more information, contact Charlotte at 614-578-5578 or 

  27. Breeding and Reproduction Internship

    Kentucky Equine Management is now accepting applications for their upcoming Spring 2020 Breeding and Reproduction internship!

    Interns live and work on central Kentucky Thoroughbred farms and attend weekly lectures on topics of importance to reproduction and breeding.

    Housing and an hourly wage are provided to most interns.

    Dates for the Spring internship are: January 6-June 5, 2020

    Applications should be postmarked on or before October 31, 2019.

    The application form and more information can be found on their website:

    Email any questions to:

  28. Ohio Cattlemen's Association Full-Time Position

    The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association and the Ohio Beef Council are accepting applications for the following full-time position.

    Director of Communications and Ohio Cattleman Managing Editor - The position is responsible for all OCA internal and external communications. Internal communications includes production of the Ohio Cattleman magazine, member e-newsletters and graphic design work for association programs.  External communications includes distribution of press releases, regular updating of association websites, and management of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube accounts.  Similar communications functions are also required for the Ohio Beef Council. Position requires excellent writing skills and publication layout and design skills including a high proficiency with Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop. Cattle industry background is preferred.  

    Additional details about the position can be found here. To apply, mail a cover letter and resume to Elizabeth Harsh, Executive Director, Ohio Beef Council, 10600 U.S. Highway 42, Marysville, Ohio 43040.

  29. Poultry Account Manager

     Global Feed Additives Company provides yeast-based products to the Livestock market! They are looking for a poultry account manager. You’ll work with complex corporate accounts to identify needs and provide solutions based on company products/services.The company will offer a base salary ($100K+) plus bonus potential! They also provide full benefits, retirement, vehicle, phone and a computer!

    For more information and details, please contact Chad Smith (information below).
    Chad Smith 
    Director | gpac 
    O: 605.978.5433 

  30. Ruminant Account Manager

     Global Feed Additives Company provides yeast-based products to the Livestock market. They are looking for a ruminant account manager. You’ll work with complex corporate accounts to identify needs and provide solutions based on company products/services. The company will offer a base salary ($100K+) plus bonus potential! They also provide full benefits, retirement, vehicle, phone and a computer!

    For more information and details, please contact Chad Smith (information below).
    Chad Smith 
    Director | gpac 
    O: 605.978.5433 

  31. New Zealand Farm Position

    Mitchell Agriculture Ltd. is a share milking business located in Southland, New Zealand. The business is owned and run by Danny and Abby Mitchell. Since beginning in the industry 7 years ago, Danny has worked his way up through the kiwi-dairy system. Abby studied dairy science at Virginia Tech before setting off to NZ. We are currently milking 1300 cows on a 600-hectare Dairy farm. The farm includes a range of modern technology including two 850 cow wintering barns and an 80-bale rotary milking parlor. The farm is owned by New Zealand Superannuation Fund, as one of many investments in the rural holding’s portfolio.

    We are looking for a team member to join us in January 2020 through to December 2020.

    Through the winter (June - August) the cows will be in the free stall barns on a 100% grass silage diet. Calving begins July 25th and we draft springers out intermittently and put them on pasture for the rest of the season. We run a 6-person team. Calving is all hands-on deck and we operate a 6 days on, 1 day off roster. During this period, we provide dinner 3 nights a week. During the rest of the season we run a 6 days on, 1 days off roster, 5 days on, 3 days off roster. We run a rotation that will allow every person to learn every job.

    The salary is $1,661.50 NZD per fortnight.

    The ability to work and travel in New Zealand using paid holiday time.

    Our goal throughout the season is to teach each of our staff principles of low input dairy farming, and the fundamentals of agribusiness management.

    Farm accommodation is a tidy cottage on farm shared with other farm staff. There are separate bedrooms and bathrooms with a shared common space. Red meat and milk are provided but you will have to pay for power, internet, and $100 NZD/week rent. We will provide you with coveralls, gumboots, rain gear, and milking gear.

    The farm is located just outside of Mossburn, a small town of about 200 people in the most southern region of New Zealand. Mossburn is an hour and half from Queenstown, two hours from Fiordland, and an hour from Invercargill. So, there is heaps to do and see on days off.

    Due to a limited number of positions, preference will be given to applicants that are able to exemplify problem solving skills, a good work ethic, a can-do attitude, and hands on farm experience. If you’re willing to work hard and to learn, we would love to have you!

    If you have any questions or would like to apply, just send your CV and a cover letter to:

  32. Farm Manager Position

    Nandi Veterinary Associates, a breeding farm in Southeastern PA is looking for a hands on farm manager. They currently foal between 70 and 90 mares a year, stand several stallions, collect transient stallions, breed mares with fresh, frozen and cooled semen as well as perform embryo transfer. They maintain an embryo transfer recipient herd on site. The foaling mares are predominantly Standardbred but we see a variety of other breeds for our breeding work. Ability to handle stallions is required. Foaling experience also needed. This position is a full time, salaried position. The manager is responsible for the daily running of the barn and exemplary care of the horses, managing staff (we generally have 3-5 full time and 1-2 part time staff, varying with the time of year), ordering of supplies, and seeing to the care and maintenance of the facility. Applicant must be able to lead a team and take direction well.

    Job requires ability to operate machinery, tractor and horse trailer. Applicant will be required to ensure daily barn chores are completed in a timely manner: turnout, feed, stalls cleaned, and assist with facility projects (fencing, repairs, etc). Applicant will also be in charge ordering hay, bedding, feed, etc and managing timely delivery of supplies. This is a physical position and applicant must be able to lift 70 pounds. The manager will maintain a high standard of professionalism between themselves, clients, and staff. They are seeking a self-starter with excellent communication and customer service skills. Salary commensurate with experience, health insurance, PTO, retirement (simple ira) provided

    If this seems like something you would be interested in, contact Pete Sheerin,DVM. Phone number: (717)235-3798 or by email For more information, visit their website 

  33. Veterinary Technician Opportunity

    Equine Medical Associates, PSC is looking to hire a Veterinary Technician for the breeding season this coming spring. 

    Duties will include: 
    · assisting veterinarians in the field with medical procedures 
    · organizing equipment and supplies needed on calls 
    · keeping medical records 
    · recording medical procedures in the office 
    · assisting with laboratory and office projects

    Requirements for the position include 
    · self-motivation 
    · strong work ethic 
    · desire to learn and have an open mind 
    · good organizational and communication skills 
    · the ability to work in busy high-pressure environments 
    · horse knowledge is preferred but not required

    The full time position will be paid on an hourly basis with pay rate based on experience. Benefits include health insurance, retirement plan, paid vacation after 6 months and disability insurance. Interested candidates should submit resume with references.

    If this is a position you would be interested in, contact

  34. Herd Manager Position

    Dutch Hollow Farm is an 800-cow Registered Jersey dairy in Eastern NY. We are currently looking for someone capable of fulfilling management responsibilities and willing to work closely with the current herd manager/owner and other employees. The goal is that the person in this position will be able to manage and oversee all tasks relating to mature cattle in the owner’s absence. This position comes with the opportunity to suggest and make meaningful changes as the dairy continues to expand.


     General herd health work

     Reproductive management program, vet checks

     Fresh and hospital cow and parlor management

     Assist with management of the maternity barn

     Maintain current and accurate essential dairy records

     Ensure a high standard of care and well-being for all cows



     Experience in herd health, animal care, and dairy management

     Dairy Spanish not required, but advantageous

     Detail oriented, organized, and productive

     Positive attitude and strong work ethic

     Strong communication skills



     Competitive pay based on experience and qualifications

     Health Insurance


    If interested, contact Alan Chittenden at (518)320-2893 or for more information.

  35. Interested in Working with Thoroughbreds?

    Have you been looking for a full-time position related to the equine industry? Thoroughbred Daily News has a large list of various career postings. Check out the link here

  36. CFAES Mental Health Counselor

    Did you know that CFAES has hired a counselor to support the needs of their students' mental health?  Dr. Wirt holds counseling sessions in Ag Admin Room 100 four days a week and is in Lincoln Tower on Wednesday. See the attached if you’re interested in making an appointment.

  37. Handshake

    Ohio State has switched to Handshake - a modern career development platform for students to explore career employment, internships and other opportunities, based on their interests, major and skills. FisherConnect and Symplicity (CareerEngine, Hireabuckeye, FutureLink, Buckeye Careers Network) have transitioned to Handshake.

    Handshake offers many exciting new features, including:

    • Relevant feed of job and internship opportunities
    • News feed containing the latest information from career services offices and favorite employers
    • Resources specifically matching students interests

    Student accounts are preloaded and can be accessed at, using their name.# and password. Students will need to complete their profiles with details, such as work experiences, skills, interests and organizations. Next, students can explore the many resources and tools that are available in Handshake.  

  38. Portfolium Resource Page

    The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences has renewed its partnership with and will continue to provide ALL students and faculty the opportunity to create a professional, online digital portfolio. In today’s world, employers seek evidence of career-relevant skills and competencies beyond listings on a resume. Students at all levels can easily create evidence-based credentials. In other words, attaching documents, videos, audio files, graphics, coding samples and presentations help demonstrate your knowledge and abilities.

    You should have already received your Portfolium invitation with the subject: “Access your CFAES Portfolium.” The email contains a link to activate your free verified account within the CFAES network using your Ohio State credentials.  If you missed the initial email, you can also join by using the Portfolium Resource Page.

    For more information or inquires, contact Elaine Eberlin.

  39. Network with Alumnifire

    Alumnifire is an online professional networking and mentoring tool for Ohio State alumni, students and staff to exchange industry expertise and career advice. Get connected with Alumnifire and join this powerful Buckeye network.

    Learn more here

    For questions or additional information feel free to contact us at 614-292-3314 or 800-635-8944.

  40. Animal Sciences Career Services Site

    The Career Services page on the departmental site has been redeveloped to hopefully make it more user-friendly. Check out helpful resources for building a resume, writing cover letters and more. There are resume templates that can be used to create a resume in case you don’t know where to start. In addition, there is an option for students to submit their resume and/or cover letters for review, prior to applying for internships or going to the career expo. Check it out!

  41. Ohio State Health & Wellness Resources


    Emergency: Dial 911
    University Police: 614-292-2121
    Student Advocacy Center: 614-292-1111
    Student Judicial Affairs: 614-292-0748
    Counseling and Consultation Services: 614-292-5766
    OSU Suicide Prevention: 614-221-5445
    Campus Advocacy Program for Survivors of Sexual Violence: 614-292-4527
    BART (For witnesses or victims of discrimination): 614-688-8449
    Student Health Services: 614-292-4321
    Office for Disability Services: 614-292-3307
    Multicultural Center: 614-688-8449
    Student Wellness Program: 614-292-4527
    University Housing: 614-292-8266

  42. Job Search Sites

    Job search

    In addition to company websites, below is a list of websites that you might find helpful in your search for a full-time position, or even internship experience.

    Ag Explorer

    Hireabuckeye (the CFAES Job Database)

    Animal Science Jobs

    Ag Careers 

    Continental Search (Specific for Animal Agriculture)

    Federation of Animal Science Societies (Mostly Higher-Education Animal Science Positions)

    Equimax (Equine-Specific)

    American Association of Zoos & Aquariums 

    American Associations of Laboratory Animal Science

    American Meat Science Association

    Ohio Hiring Management Systems

    Sciences Crossing