Ohio Bioscience Career Fairs 2020

2020 marked the 14th year of BioOhio’s Ohio Bioscience Career Fairs. These events connect job seekers with Ohio’s growing bioscience organizations, featuring top employers in the biotech, pharmaceutical, R&D, and medical device industries. Attendees include recent and soon-to-be graduates as well as experienced individuals looking for new career paths. Attending the Ohio Bioscience Career Fairs is free for job seekers.

Central Ohio

February 24, 2020

2-5 PM

Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools

380 Granville St.

Gahanna, OH 43230

Southwest Ohio

February 25, 2020

2-5 PM

City of Mason Municipal Center

6000 Mason-Montgomery Rd.

Mason, OH 45040

Northeast Ohio

February 27, 2020

2-5 PM

Mentor Civic Ice Arena 2nd Floor

8600 Munson Rd.

Mentor, OH 44060

2020 Participating Employers

Columbus (Gahanna)

Cincinnati (Mason)

Cleveland (Mentor)

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BioOhio career fairs have helped match growing companies with candidates in the following areas:

  • Clinical/Medical Research
  • Bioinformatics/Biostatistics
  • Biomed Engineering
  • QA/QC/Regulatory/Compliance
  • Manufacturing
  • Microbiology
  • Project/Study Management
  • Toxicology/Pharmacology
  • Biochemistry
  • Marketing/Sales

Making the Most of the Career Fairs

Job hunting can be stressful, and in many cases overwhelming. Click here for some top tips to get the most of your visit to the Ohio Bioscience Career Fairs.

The following are suggested resources on BioOhio.com you can use to learn about many organizations in Ohio that are working right now to build the right team.

Comments from employers that attended past Career Fairs

“The job fair was a success and we actually will need to send more than three workers next year. Very busy! We are excited to move forward with many candidates.”

Professional lab services organization

“I am happy to share we have various recruitment needs at this time and it was nice to meet with potential candidates from different backgrounds in the Life Science fields. These various backgrounds and skill sets may help us to fill the positions we have open for entry level clinical research professionals and other opportunities in our other clinical groups as well as the Laboratories.”


“This was our first time participating in the BioOhio Career Fair. It was a great event for our company; we saw many qualified candidates and enjoyed networking with other companies in our niche industry! We look forward to attending similar events that help support and grow our industry.”

Pharmaceutical organization