Career Services at Knowlton

The Knowlton Student Services team provides a variety of professional development opportunities for Knowlton undergraduate and graduate students. These opportunities help students begin to think about professional development—when to start the process, how to develop a resume, how to secure an internship or job, and more.


Handshake is Ohio State’s career services platform and the primary on-campus source for connecting students with employers, job and internship postings, and campus events.

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Employers can learn more about creating an Employer User Account and posting a job at Handshake.

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University Career Services

Career Counseling and Support Services

Career Counseling and Support Services offers a large number of resources to assist students with career exploration and job/internship search strategies from resume writing to interviewing to salary negotiation. 

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Alumnifire is an online professional networking and mentoring tool for Ohio State alumni, current students, and staff to exchange industry expertise and career advice.

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The Bill and Susan Lhota Office of Alumni Career Management

Experienced career consultants who can help you in all stages of your career using a variety of career development tools and services. Offering career counseling, networking, and career events for all Ohio State alumni.

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Buckeye Careers

Buckeye Careers is a university-wide initiative designed to support students throughout their professional development, with a focus on connecting them with local, national and global organizations.

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Contact Undergraduate

Jessica Baer-Graves
Student Services Manager

Knowlton Students

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Engineering Career Services

Students should register with Engineering Career Services. Once registered, students will receive:

  • Full use of the Handshake job search system—including being able to apply for specific job postings and on-campus interview opportunities

  • Inclusion in engineering and Knowlton employers’ resume referrals

  • Professional consultations for help with resume reviews, job search letters, your job search strategy, interview coaching, and just about any other career-related concern

  • Employer networking opportunities through the Ohio State Engineering Job Shadow Program, Career Week, Intern Week, and other employer events

  • Helpful resources: a “quiet room” for telephone and video interviews, a fax machine for sending and receiving employment-related faxes, and access to the student evaluations of their prior work experience if available

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Career Planning Guide Knowlton Students

Professional development and career planning can't begin early enough. Review the Career Planning Guide starting in your first year. And review that guide each year to find a schedule of things you can do to keep on track with your professional development.

Career Day and Other Career Fairs

Each year, the school develops a series of events aimed at engaging alumni and students in a dialogue about the professions of architecture, landscape architecture, and city and regional planning. The most visible of these events is the school’s annual Career Day which provides students from all sections the opportunity to meet one-on-one with representatives from firms and organizations in their field.

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Mentor Program

The Knowlton School Alumni Society also plays a role in preparing students for professional practice through its Mentor Program. The Mentor Program along with other alumni events like portfolio review sessions and mock interviews provide current students with access and exposure to professionals in the areas that they are studying.

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ARCH, LARCH, and CRPLAN 5191 provide an opportunity for Knowlton students to engage in professional experiences like an internship or other position while retaining their student status.

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Additional Resources

Find additional career services and professional development resources for Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and City and Regional Planning.

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