Career Quest: New Web tool helps you find jobs and more!
The Office of Career Services is pleased to announce the launch of Career Quest, a web tool for students, employers, and Career Services staff.
On Career Quest, you have access to employer job listings and internship opportunities,
employer on-campus recruiting, and career fairs. You can also participate in resume
books, edit your profile, upload documents and much more. To access Career Quest,
follow these steps:
Check it out and if you have questions, call Career Services at (614) 287- 2782.
Transfer students to OSU deadline extended
Ohio State has extended the deadline for transfer students applying to the Columbus
Campus to July 1. You can to apply here: http://apply.osu.edu/.
Billboards – Find and share yours on Facebook
We’re two weeks into our “Careers Start Here” campaign, starring our students. If
you’re one of them, find and share yours on Facebook, or find your friends.
The campaign is a series of 125 electronic billboards, now appearing on major roads
across the city. They show real students working toward a wide array of careers. Columbus
State students can earn career degrees or certificates in more than 50 areas, or start
their bachelor’s degree (and take advantage of our low tuition costs).
Are you on a billboard? Come by the administration area on the ground floor of Franklin
Hall. We have a mini billboard for you!
Columbus State student to compete nationally in October
Logistics program student Sharnelle Mallard has been selected to represent the Columbus Chapter of the Council of Supply Chain
Management Professionals (CSCMP) at the national convention in Denver, October 19-23.
Mallard made a presentation to the CSCMP Columbus Roundtable on a topic selected by
the panel. He competed against a student from Ohio State to earn the recognition.
Mallard is now the second Columbus State student in three years to be selected to
make a presentation at the national logistics convention!
Hopewell to play NCAA Div. II ball
Congratulations to men's Basketball Team member Terry Hopewell who is transferring to NCAA Div. II Concord University in West Virginia! At 6'8 and
230 pounds, Hopewell started nine of 24 games played and averaged 5.7 points, 5.8
rebounds and 1.2 blocks per game while shooting 51.9 percent from the field. Prior
to attending Columbus State, Hopewell played at Independence High School here in Columbus.
Bridgeview Golf Course to hold auction of equipment
In February, Columbus State announced the pending sale of Bridgeview Golf Course and
Driving Range to KIPP Central Ohio charter school. On Saturday, June 22 at 10 a.m.,
items that will not be retained by the College will be sold at auction. The public
is invited, as are Columbus State’s staff, faculty, and students. The sale will be
held at the golf course at 2738 Agler Road. Included in the sale are 34 golf carts,
mowers, irrigation equipment, driving range standing and hitting mats, tools, benches,
office furniture, golf apparel, clubs, and much more. For more information about the
sale, visit the auctioneer’s web site. All sales will be final.
Smart Money conference offered by Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel
Smart Money Choices is a free, half-day financial planning conference for all Ohioans, presented by the
Ohio Treasurer’s office, and supported by a variety of statewide and regional partners.
The Smart Money Choices conference includes an opening session, three breakout sessions taught by financial
planning experts, and a closing session. Smart Money Choices Columbus will be held from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., Friday, June 28, at the Ohio Department of Transportation
Hilltop Complex and Conference Center.
Courses offered include Budgeting, Credit and Debt Management, Consumer Scams, Investments,Student
Funding and Debt Management, Retirement Planning, Social Security and Financial Education
Resources for Educators. To register, visit: www.OhioTreasurer.gov/SmartMoneyChoices.
Financial aid timing changes set for Autumn Semester
Starting this fall, Columbus State will implement several timing changes related to
financial aid. The college is joining other community colleges and public universities
across the nation in making these changes. Find out why they are necessary and how
they may affect you at www.cscc.edu/fa-timing. The website also has some timely tips for planning ahead and managing your financial
aid throughout the semester. Check it out!
Email upgrade coming June 14
It’s happening – we’re throwing the switch on the email upgrade Friday, June 14.
Student email is moving from Microsoft’s Live@Edu to Office 365. The transition will
begin at 11 p.m. Friday, June 14. The new system will include cool features such as
file sharing through SharePoint Online, online MS Office programs for creating and
reading documents, instant messaging, and online meetings.
Email will be unavailable through the weekend. Microsoft tells us it may be down for
2-5 days. Make arrangements with your professor if you have to submit assignments. Faculty email and Blackboard will be unaffected.
(The upgrade was originally scheduled for May 10, but was postponed. Columbus State
moved to Live@Edu last year, and this was a separate project.)
What do you have to do? Not much. The email login screen will change, so you’ll need
to bookmark a new email page. Your old Live@Edu account will still remain, and you
can keep it or close it.
Don't miss important activities- Check the calendar!
Lots more activities and events can be found on the Columbus State Activities Calendar: http://www.cscc.edu/campus-life/calendar.shtml/
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