A career search is a multi-year, multi-step process. In each year at Oregon State you will tackle different aspects of this process - from self-assessment and career exploration, to branding yourself and informational interviews, to resume and cover letter writing, to getting an internship and negotiating a job offer. Your career search is an on-going process that begins now and evolves through your time in the College of Business. The following links will aid you in your career and internship preparation and search.  

Beaver Careers

The recruitment center for our many industry partners to reach — and hire — our students.

OSU Jobs

The jobs portal of the university. A great place to look for student worker positions, or start your career at your alma mater!

GoinGlobal

Would you hire you? Practice interviewing. Anytime. Anywhere.

Interview Stream 

Would you hire you? Practice interviewing. Anytime. Anywhere.

Glassdoor.com

Research millions of companies and salaries.

O*Net Online

A tool for career exploration and job analysis.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook

Research data about the current state and outlook of various occupations.

Design Student Internships

This site is designed to help College Of Business Design Programs students find and apply for design internships.

Career Guide

The Career Guide is designed as a workbook to help maximize your opportunities in the College of Business and provide the guidance needed to be a top candidate in a competetive internship and job search environment.

Career Success Center Drop-In Hours

Drop-in hours are available for career counseling Monday-Thursday from 1-3 p.m. Typical topics of discussion for drop-in appointments include:

  • Short resume review
  • Overview of services
  • Upcoming networking opportunities
  • Help with job and internship search
  • Career path discussion