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Alumni & Employment
Paralegal Job Sites
Paralegals work in a variety of challenging and exciting environments. When searching for work as a paralegal, consider checking the following employment pages:
NFPA Career Center (National Federation of Paralegal Associations)
For information on paralegal internships, check the Student Paralegal Association (SPA) bulletin board in the department (Franklin Hall room 206), or contact Professor Tom Shanahan, Franklin Hall Room 208, (614) 287-2623, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paralegal Professional Organizations
Membership in professional legal and paralegal organizations can provide a number of benefits. Two such organizations are the Ohio State Bar Organization and the Paralegal Association of Central Ohio. Click on either group's name to visit their website to learn more. Additional paralegal organizations in Ohio include the Cleveland Area Paralegals, the Greater Dayton Paralegal Association, the Cincinnati Paralegal Association, and the Paralegal Association of Northwest Ohio.
CSCC's Paralegal Studies Program is advised by some of the leading professionals in the Columbus legal community. Through the guidance of the Advisory Committee members, CSCC works to ensure that graduates of the Paralegal Studies Program are prepared to serve the needs of the legal community. The Committee members are:
John Annarino, Esq. - Chief Legal Counsel - OBWC
Elizabeth Bitonte - Account Executive at Robert Half Legal
Representative Hearcel F. Craig, Ohio Representative District 26
Judge James E. Green, Franklin County Municipal Court
Grey Jones, Esq. Grey Jones and Associates
Jessica Pritchard, President of Student Paralegal Association at CSCC
Mindi Schaefer, Director at Poling LawLori Tyack, Clerk of Courts, Franklin County Municipal Court