OSU Resources


As one of America's largest and finest public research universities, The Ohio State University is committed to students' discovery of their passions, development of their skills, and attainment of career-related experiences in preparation for becoming contributing citizens of the world. The Office of Student Life offers a website, Buckeye Careers, with numerous resources for undergraduates, graduate and professional students, continuing education students, employers, alumni, faculty/staff, and parents/family.  For job and internship opportunities, please visit OSU's portal: handshake.  

Many of OSU's colleges also offer targeted career services, as follows:

Internship Programs

The Ohio State University offers various internship programs for students interested in gaining work experience relevant to East Asia and international careers in general. Examples include:

Alumni Network

The Institute for Japanese Studies created the Ohio-Japan Alumni Network (OH-JAN) to connect alumni from Japanese programs in Ohio with current students of Japanese. Through talks and video clips at http://go.osu.edu/ohjan, students can learn what our alumni do after graduation. 


The East Asian Studies Center and other area studies centers offer region-specific career resources on their websites, jointly organize an International Careers Week each spring and other career-related events throughout the year, and guide students to potential careers in their regions. For upcoming East Asia-related or international career events, see our events calendar.