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Our promise to you, our students, is to provide opportunities – in and out of the classroom – to learn about yourself and your world, apply that knowledge, and participate in the leadership opportunities that will transform you, so in turn, you can transform the world. We will provide you the framework that allows you to be the architect of your future success. Choose a major, add a minor or certificate, participate in a student organization or selective program, gain a meaningful internship, and work hard. At the end of your college career, you’ll have built a portfolio of academic knowledge, applied experiences, and leadership opportunities that will make you a high potential employee, ready to make a contribution to any organization on your very first day.
What can happen during a three-day span at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business? Quite a bit. In early October, CNBC came to campus to profile Fisher's MBA Face-Off team; GE CEO Jeff Immelt and GE Capital CEO Michael Neal joined Fisher Dean Christine A. Poon to open the National Center for the Middle Market; business leaders from across the nation, policy makers, media, and Fisher faculty and students convened for the 2011 National Middle Market Summit; and Procter & Gamble CEO Bob McDonald visited a classroom to talk to students and answer questions about his business experience and the importance of leadership. Each day brings something new and exciting at Fisher. To learn more, visit http://fisher.osu.edu.
Start your new career in one year at a local small college. Ohio Business College provides flexible day and evening classes. Campuses located in Sheffield Village, OH and in Sandusky, OH. Find the right program for you: https://goo.gl/zrkvko Learn more about hands-on training: https://goo.gl/cwDWtU
Learn about yourself and your world through personalized coaching, mentoring, and outstanding academics. Our classes are small to more effectively focus on your personal development and all classes are taught by qualified faculty, not graduate assistant.
Learn more about the enrollment process at Ohio Business College. We offer many program options. Earn your diploma, certificate, or associate degree in the program field you are looking for. Our admissions staff are always willing to answer any questions you may have about starting your career training.
What makes the Ohio State Fisher MBA unique and how can you get in? Get free school selection help at http://touchmba.com Darren speaks with Julee Conrad, Assistant Director of MBA Admissions and Recruiting at Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University, about Fisher's unique advantages and how to best position yourself in the admissions process. Ohio State Fisher MBA Program Highlights (2:45) Admissions (23:45) Financing (29) Career (40:00) Go to http://www.touchmba.com/ohio-state-fisher-mba-admissions-interview/ for a full breakdown of the program's key advantages and fast facts about admissions, financing, and careers at the Ohio State University Fisher College of Business MBA program.
The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Office of Career Management offers advice about how to answer such an open ended question as "tell me about yourself." Executive recruiters also weigh in on how they want future employees to answer the question, and a sample interview is shown to demonstrate an answer. Suggestions include: - Answer the question chronologically - Give results and only topics that relate to the job - Walk through your background and why you made the decisions you've made thus far in your career - What you are doing to meet you career goals - Avoid personal information - Demonstrate accomplishments - Keep answers to ~2 minutes in length
The Ohio University College of Business gives you the chance to hone the skills that employers value and customize your leadership and professional development through involvement in student organizations, selective programs, peer mentoring opportunities, and hands-on experiences in our Centers of Excellence. Upon graduation you are transformed into a high-potential candidate - a leader with integrity - ready to transform the world.
Alumni of the Integrated Business and Engineering honors program share their memories of the program and the impact it has had on their education and career development. Created as Ohio State’s first interdisciplinary honors program, the four-year IBE program develops in students the ability to communicate across business and technical domains and to enact an inter-disciplinary approach to problem solving.
This TV commercial features Dr. Rajesh Madan, who maintains a private medical practice in Hilliard, Ohio. Dr. Madan has hired OBC medical assisting graduates to work in his healthcare facility. OBC appreciates the support we receive from employers like Dr. Madan who hire our graduates. OBC values this relationship as we seek to be a reputable, professional staffing resource to the community. Ohio Business College is currently enrolling for summer quarter 2014 and offers both medical assisting and dental assisting diploma programs, as well as, degree programs in business administration, IT computer support, medical administrative assistant, marketing and sales, human resource management, and accounting.
This slideshow highlights some of the best places, people, events and organizations that The Fisher College of Business has to offer. We firmly believe that our Business School should be ranked among the best, and watching this video will show you why we think we have the best B-School in the land! Visit us at http://fisher.osu.edu Slideshow created by Patrick Beebe, President, Undergraduate Business Council (UBC) (www.fisherubc.com) Denise Vendeland, CEO, Fisher Ink. Magazine (www.fisherink.com)
The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Office of Career Management and professional company recruiters offer advice on how to answer the interview question, "Why did you choose your major?" Be enthusiastic and passionate about the industry and career... share a story about your studies and the "aha!" moment when you chose your major. http://fisher.osu.edu/career
This TV commercial features Nicole Smith, Master Admissions Representative for OBC, in Sheffield Village. Nicole started her career training as a student at OBC back in 2000 and two years later she graduated from OBC with an Associate Degree in Applied Business, Administrative Office Professional. Nicole is a successful business woman and motivates other students to believe in themselves and achieve their dreams. If you are frustrated with your lack of career vision, contact Nicole today at 888.514.3126. She can help you get back on track and earn a career you can be proud of that gives you the ability to support your family.