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Dr. Robert Bob Orndorff

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Local Address:  State College , Pennsylvania , United States
Penn State University
200 Innovation Blvd. Suite 119
University Park , Pennsylvania 16802
United States

Company Description: Penn State University Penn State is designated as the sole landgrant institution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The University's main campus is located in...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    JAZ Consulting


  • D.Ed.
  • Penn State University
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Web References - Careers for Athletes, Career Services, 11 Jan 2013 [cached]
Dr. Bob Orndorff - Campus Speaker Dr. Robert Orndorff presides over JAZ Consulting, a consulting and publishing company he founded in 2003. Bob is currently the Special Assistant to the Vice President for Student Affairs at Penn State University. He is also an Affiliate Assistant Professor of Counselor Education. For close to 20 years, Bob worked as a Career Development Specialist in Higher Education and Private Industry. While at Georgetown, Bob's program, The Strategic Job Search, won a national award and was highlighted on Good Morning America. Dr. Orndorff has written and published numerous books and articles in both Career Development and Character Education. Bob was the sole author of a 300-page job-search book, The Unofficial Guide to Finding the Perfect Job, published in 2000 by IDG Books Worldwide, Inc. In 2004, Bob wrote Becoming the Best Me, which became JIST PublishingÕs top-selling character education book. Last year, Bob co-authored The Character Development Scale - an assessment instrument published by JIST. Dr. Orndorff is also a frequent presenter and keynote speaker at regional and national conferences. In 2006, Bob was asked to be one of the keynote speakers along with Richard Bolles (What Color is your Parachute?) at the Job Search Success Conference in Indianapolis.
In the Spring of 2007, Bob co-created and delivered career enrichment seminars to Penn State employees at various campus locations across Pennsylvania. Currently, Bob is co-authoring a book, The PITA Principle: How to work with and avoid becoming a Pain In The Ass, to be published in the Summer of 2008. In the State College community, Bob is active as a little league basketball coach and a thought-piece columnist on "Fathering" for the Centre Daily Times.
JAZ Consulting :: Character Camp ::, 3 Feb 2012 [cached]
Bob Orndorff, D.Ed.
Bob is the Associate Director of Career Services and Assistant Professor in Counselor Education at Penn State University. He is the author of the book, Becoming The Best Me, 2nd Edition. He has been the Keynote Speaker at Character Conference in Indianapolis.
"It's never too early to start ..., 13 Dec 2011 [cached]
"It's never too early to start looking for summer internship positions," said Bob Orndorff, associate director of Penn State Career Services and affiliate assistant professor of counselor education.
"We recommend students research their top 10 company choices big-time," Orndorff said. "Determine what are the company's core values and where has the company appeared in the news, then use this information to craft an individualized and targeted email regarding an internship position you're interested in. Be proactive by including your resume and cover letter and state that you will follow up with a phone call. This will help set you apart from other candidates interested in the same internship position."
Penn State students, connected to the largest living alumni association in the country, have networking opportunities to a vast number of alumni contacts in varied fields of interest.
"Students can use winter break to network with Penn State alumni in an exploratory meeting," said Orndorff.
However, Orndorff says at this point, he is not aware of any student who has lost an internship offer for that reason. He provided students with suggestions for how to respond to interview questions related to the scandal.
"This situation has not changed the quality of the faculty and students at Penn State and has reaffirmed the importance of honesty in every situation," Orndorff said.
Bob Orndorff Career Services Student
"According to the National ..., 14 Dec 2006 [cached]
"According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, 26.9 percent of organizations said they 'Google' candidates or review profiles on social networks," said Bob Orndorff, associate director for career counseling at Penn State's Career Services Center. "In all, 254 organizations across the country responded to the survey. That gives an indication that employers are using social networks to take a peek at prospective job candidates when they get down to the final five or so."
It's a growing trend, according to Orndorff. He and Career Services staff are working hard to make sure students understand this and are providing students with advice.
"We stress to students that while you post information thinking that it is somewhat safe, people can get on, and not just ones you invite," Orndorff said.
Information about responsible posting on social networks is, Orndorff said, being incorporated into Career Services' student programming.
"We discuss new technologies that today's students are using, such as blogging, podcasting, and social networking sites," he said.
Orndorff added that recruiters can find good students with good GPAs.
More and more, Orndorff said, those soft skills are difference makers in the hiring process.
"Honesty and integrity were not in the top eight 10 years ago," he said.
By Robert ..., 24 Dec 2011 [cached]
By Robert Orndorff
Robert Orndorff
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