Career Success Center

 

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Create Your Opportunity

The Career Success Center connects OSU College of Business students with the resources needed to succeed in today's job market and employers with the great talent at Oregon State.

Students gain the resources needed to obtain internships, interviews and jobs, while employers and recruiters meet profession-ready employees prepared to make an immediate impact.

About Us

Learn about the Career Success Center and schedule time to meet with our staff.

Students

Learn about the services availble to students for career planning, including live resume review, career fairs and mock interviews.

Employers

Find what you need to recruit and hire the top students graduating from Oregon State.

Contact Us

Bexell Hall 209
(541) 737-8957

csc@bus.oregonstate.edu

Hours

Monday — Friday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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