High School Students
SOCHE can connect you with internship options, and guide you to professional development opportunities.
Finding an internship with SOCHEintern is easy. One application will allow you to be considered for multiple internship programs. College students can apply for year-round and summer internship and co-op positions both on Wright Patterson Air Force Base (STEM) and with local employers. SOCHEintern also has high school internship opportunities in key industries.
Search for degrees
Search for Degrees at Ohio Colleges and Universities
Click the button below to use the NCES College Navigator tool to search for undergraduate and graduate degree options as well as certificates and licensures in Ohio.
Plan for higher education
You can never start too early planning your next steps for education after High School. Take advantage of some great resources at Ohio Department of Higher Education to include how to pay for College.
Ohio's in demand jobs
Learn about the different jobs in Ohio that are in high demand. Investigate the salaries, the educational requirements as well as what makes a job in-demand.
Professional development for soche high school interns
Note: This resource is available for current interns hired through SOCHE.
SOCHE continues to offer professional development opportunities for interns who want to develop skills that will help in the workplace. “Soft skill” development directly relates to how well students interact with each other and learn how to collaborate in a work environment. Zeal Coaching is a great resource where students can learn through modules and online trainings. Connect with your SOCHE Program Manager for additional assistance.
Career Pathways Resource
The “Find Your Career Pathway” resource encourages Ohio students, parents, and schools to start conversations earlier about the best pathway to a successful career in Ohio.
Preparing a Resume
Learn the tricks of the trade to having a professional resume that employers will read from beginning to end.
Learn how to put your best foot forward in an interview while ensuring that you are asking the right questions to your interviewer.
From application assistance to financial aid information, the College Planning Zone is home to helpful resources designed to help you chart your course toward college admission.
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College Navigator is a search tool to find colleges and universities that match a prospective student’s needs. This listing of undergraduate and graduate degrees, programs, and licensure information helps students make great choices for education and professional development.
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Deadlines, deadlines, deadlines … there are different financial aid deadlines for federal, state, and even individual colleges. Colleges and universities may also require additional financial aid forms as well as the FAFSA.
Federal Deadline The federal deadline varies slightly each year. Visit the Federal Financial Aid site to see all federal deadlines.
State Deadline Ohio In Ohio, deadlines vary by college –
check with your college. View a list of state deadlines.
College Deadline Each college may have a different deadline. Check with the college(s) you are interested in attending. You may also want to ask your college about their definition of an application deadline – whether it is the date they receive your FAFSA, or the date your FAFSA is processed.
Volunteer Opportunities in Ohio
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