Opportunities with Employers

Summer 2021 Data Science Internship

with Miami's Career Partner Nationwide! You’ll have the opportunity to work with real-world data in cloud-computing environments, build efficient, optimized solutions using large volumes of data, and deliver your findings to both technical and non-technical audiences! Learn more

Connect with our Employer Partners

Below are links to Handshake job postings that students can “apply” to for each of our fair days. When the postings close (on/after Sept 28th), we will package the information and share it with the Partners who participated each day. Students are encouraged to “apply” for any/all days that interest them, as not all employer representatives are the same for each event.

Adding your resume to each resume book puts you in front of each company’s recruiting team for top internship and job consideration.

All Majors Internships


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All Majors Jobs


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Fraudulent Job Postings

Have you or a friend applied for what seemed like a legitimate job/internship only to receive a reply from the employer asking for money or personal information in order to proceed with the application process? Employers should never ask for money at any time during the application process. Read the articles below to learn how to evaluate job postings and employers to see if they are legitimate.

If you receive an email or information about a job/internship and you have questions regarding its validity, please contact the Center for Career Exploration and Success (513-529-3831 or careercenter@MiamiOH.edu).

Students Connecting with Employers

Kristen TuckerKristen Tucker ’20

“In my Marketing 291 honors class sophomore year, we did a client project for Abercrombie & Fitch where we got to present at their home office in Columbus, OH! This past year at Career Fair, I was able to reconnect with the recruiter who ran the project the year before.

“From there, I interviewed with them twice at the Career Center and then at their office in Columbus before I accepted an offer as a Business Analyst intern for this upcoming summer!”