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Ohio Tech offers employment assistance to each student successfully completing the curriculum as an integral part of its mission through the College’s Career Services Staff. This service is divided into two areas: part time and career placement. This placement process has been designed to make the most of a student’s energy and abilities. Prior to graduation, each student participates in a mandatory job-seeking skills meeting with the Career Services Staff. This meeting covers resume writing, communicating with potential employers, interviewing skills, and an after interview follow-up. The student and Career Services Department then build career leads in the cities the student is interested in after graduation. It is through such interviews that students receive the job offers that lead to career employment.
Four of the five largest transportation-related occupations involve driving. These four occupations are heavy-duty, light-duty, and delivery truck drivers / school bus drivers and driver / sales workers