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Updates to Operations Due to COVID-19 Global Outbreak

The Career Development Center is delivering all of our programming and services remotely. We remain committed to supporting students and the OSU community. We encourage you to connect with us via email.


Career Advisor Appointments: Continue to use Handshake to schedule appointments with your college-specific career advisor. Virtual appointments are available. 

Same Day Appointments: Career Assistants are available Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. PT to meet with students to assist with career related questions or support. Topics can include: resume feedback, cover letters, job searching, interview strategies, and more. You can schedule your appointment and indicate the focus of your appointment.

Use Our Online Tools: See below for online resume reviewing, career exploration, job searching and practice interviewing tools you can use from anywhere. You can also download our career guide to guide you wherever you are in your career path. Check out the Career Development Center overview or download our career guide for more comprehensive career advice.

Use Our Self-Paced, Online Career Tools

Explore thousands of jobs and employers, career expos, workshops and more.

Obtain instant and personalized feedback on your résumé or CV.


Get a free career assessment. Explore careers, job outlook and your working personality.


Practice interviewing on an interactive video platform.

Students! Register for the Oregon Diversity Career Symposium

All events will be virtual - Register now

May 19, 2021 - Oregon Diversity Career Symposium

Helpful Student Virtual Fair Information 

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Do a Micro-Internship Program 

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.


Micro-internship information 


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