The Human Resources Certificate Program within the Robert D. Walter Center for Strategic Leadership in the College of Business will be hosting a Human Resources Informational and Student Hiring Event on Thursday, Nov. 3, from 4-6 p.m. at the third floor Atrium of Baker University Center.
This event is designed to connect students to campus jobs, give students immediate feedback on their resume or LinkedIn profile, connect students and advisors to Human Resources faculty, and provide information about the Human Resources (HR) certificate program(opens in a new window) as well Ohio University’s HR student group (SHRM).
During the event, students can engage with HR faculty, staff, current HR students, and favorite campus partners. In addition, student career coaches from the Career and Student Success Center(opens in a new window) in the College of Business(opens in a new window) will be providing one-minute resume and LinkedIn reviews. They will also be sharing information about their peer coaches and employer relation positions. Also, Culinary Services(opens in a new window) will be holding one-minute interviews with students interested in working in cafes and dining halls as well as HR positions such as hiring coordinators. Residence Life(opens in a new window) will also be recruiting for their resident assistant positions closing mid-November. Wellness and Recreation(opens in a new window) will be hiring wellness coaches, fitness instructors, and recreation assistants
“I am ecstatic to bring together students, faculty, and staff to connect through HR functions such as employee recruitment, selection, development, and engagement during our event.” Shawnee Meek, associate professor of instruction and director, Human Resources Certificate Program.
“Human Resources Management can be about recruiting, hiring, developing, managing, and separating employees, but at its best, it’s about inspiring better workplaces,” Meek said. “It’s about transforming the workplace into an incredible employee experience, so employees are happy to come to work Monday morning. The Human Resources Certificate Program’s mission is to develop HR student leaders to inspire better workplaces.”