The Career Development Center main office in Kerr A110 will be open limited hours Dec. 11 - 15, and closed for winter break from Dec. 18 - Jan. 7. You can access our free online tools for self-guided resume help and interview preparation throughout winter break.
Learn how to perfect your resume, navigate tricky interview questions, and determine your career strengths. We provide support for all stages of your career path. Check out the helpful resources available from the Career Development Center.
Make an in-person or virtual appointment for career advice!
For Career Assistant (peer-advising) appointments: Meet with one of our peer advisors for resume reviews, interview prep, or other general career questions. Use Handshake to schedule a peer advising appointment for general resume and career topics. Drop-in appointments available Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Kerr A110.
For Career Advisor (AD) Appointments: Use Beaver Hub to schedule appointments with your college-specific career advisor (look for the assigned advisor under the Success Team tab. Both virtual and in-person appointments are available.
If students need assistance or do not see a Career Advisor listed, they can contact firstname.lastname@example.org or drop by Kerr A110 and our staff will help them make an appointment.
For Alumni: We support students for a full year after they graduate. Alumni can use Handshake to schedule career appointments with a Career Advisor or Career Assistant.
For College of Engineering Students: Use the COE page to book your engineering-specific appointment.
Handshake Appointment instructions:
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Oregon State offers both on-campus and virtual events designed to help students gain skills, learn about careers, and meet potential employers.
Make connections, meet employers, and learn job skills you'll use throughout your career at OSU's workshops, alumni panels, networking events, and other events each term.
The OSU Career Development Center is excited to announce a new opportunity for our students to take part in short-term, professional, paid work experiences through micro-internships (hosted on the Parker Dewey platform). Through micro-internships, students can demonstrate their skills, explore career paths, and develop their professional networks. Unlike a traditional internship, these paid opportunities typically range from five to 40 hours of work, and many can be completed remotely. Not only does this help the companies, but it allows our students to get immediate support and enhance their professional experience. Get Experience. Get Paid. Get Hired.
The Career Development Center's comprehensive career guide can help you prepare for your next opportunity, no matter where you're at on your path to discovering your future. Check out the Career Guide for tips on planning for a career, gaining experience, networking, and more. It includes sample resumes and cover letters, practice interview questions, and even info on negotiating a salary offer. Not sure if you're headed straight to the workforce? The Career Guide includes tips on how to prepare for and apply to graduate school!
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