RESUME AND COVER LETTER HELP
Drop-ins and Peer Appointments will not be held starting March 20th through spring break.

 Regular hours (Mon. - Thurs. 1-4pm) will resume week one of the spring term.

Jonathan Shmierer, OSU College of Business 2008
"I was in the O'neill student investment fund [at Willamette University] in fall 2016. We had about half million dollars to that we actively managed in the stock market. The fall semester was a tumultuous time due to uncertainty around the US election, the Federal Reserve, and the post Brexit vote. I learned not only how measure the risk, but also how manage it."

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Students

From your first day on campus through a year after graduation, the Career Development Center is here to help you successfully pursue your career goals! We offer each OSU student access to career events, tools and resources, and individual career consultations specific to your background and goals.

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Employers

We understand that our students are your future employees and leaders in your industry.  That is why our goal is to train them for lifelong career development, not just their degrees. Whether you are starting an internship program or recruiting for full-time hires, we'd love to help you make connections with our students.

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Mentors

Would you like to have an impact on the future of an OSU student? You are a wealth of knowledge and experience - share it with OSU students by becoming a mentor! You could be among the first to partner with the Career Development Center for this exciting new program - click to begin now!

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Faculty & Staff

The Career Development Center isn't just for students & alumni, employers, or mentors - we're here for faculty and staff, too! Click for more information on accessing resources to help in your conversations with students, inviting career professionals to present to your class or organization, and effectively connecting your students with career development resources inside and outside the classroom.

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