The Blackwell Hotel

March 19, 2013


Access to top talent is a significant challenge which is why we created a career fair and recruiting event dedicated exclusively to meeting the needs of middle market companies. With the employer registration fee completely paid for by the National Center for the Middle Market this event is a cost-effective way to recruit the best and brightest from a great school!

The Middle Market Career Fair will take place March 19 at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business. Join us and start building a foundation of talent to drive your future success.


Who you'll meet:

Undergraduate and graduate students in the following areas of academic study:



Accounting and MIS

International Business



Human Resources

Management Sciences  


Operations Management

Supply Chain Management

Transportation and Logistics



Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering


Biomedical Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Computer Science and Engineering Strategy

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Engineering Physics 

Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering

Industrial and Systems Engineering

Materials Science Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Welding Engineering


All students attending will be looking for internships as well as full-time careers. Tell us your specific hiring needs so we can be better prepared to help you meet your objectives.


About Fisher:

The Fisher College of Business undergraduate program is ranked 17th overall, 8th among public universities by U.S. News and World Report. The full-time MBA program is ranked 25th overall, 8th among public universities. We prepare our students to make an immediate impact on the practice of business. The Middle Market Career Fair is the perfect place to meet them.


About the College of Engineering:

Ohio State’s engineering program is ranked first among all Ohio universities and 17th nationally among public universities in the U.S. News & World Report 2011 listing. The university ranks 10th in the country for research and development expenditures, according to the National Science Foundation. Ohio State also ranks 11th in the nation among public universities in private support.


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