Director, Career Success Center
Brandi Fuhrman has a Bachelor of Arts in history from the University of Portland and an MBA from Oregon State. Before joining the Career Success Center she spent seven years as a senior operations manager for the Target Stores Distribution Center in Albany, Ore.
Tamara Mitchell is an assistant director for the College of Business Career Success Center Team. Mitchell earned her Bachelor of Science from Oregon State and her master's from Morehead State University. Her graduate work included counseling and career counseling. She has earned a globally recognized Career Development Facilitator credential and is a certified resume writer. She has enjoyed working with student career development and placement since January 2011.
Holly Hill is an assistant director for the College of Business Career Success Center. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from Phillips University in Enid, Okla., and her Master of Arts from Florida State University. Holly has more than a decade of experience in higher education, having worked at the University of Texas at San Antonio and Western University in Canada. Most recently, Holly worked at Goodwill Industries of San Antonio in support of their mission to help individuals change their lives through work.
Ashley Boyes became a career ambassador for the Career Success Center in winter 2016 and is eager to help students achieve their career-related goals. Through the Career Success Center she has been able to assist with multiple CSC events and meet with professionals who have helped shaped her future career plans. She also is an active member in Alpha Kappa Psi, a professional business fraternity. As an ambitious student she realizes the importance of always reaching for her goals and hopes to encourage other students to open doors of opportunity through the Career Success Center. She believes networking, connecting and ambition are the keys to success in the business world. After graduation, Ashley plans to become an event planner.
Garrett is a sophomore enrolled in the pre-business program. In spring 2016, he plans to apply to the business pro school with a major in management. He started working at the Career Success Center in spring 2015 and loves to let people know about the opportunities available through the College of Business. Garrett recognizes the possibilities open to all business students and says "there is a place for everyone" here. As a freshman, he was involved with Alpha Kappa Psi, a professional business fraternity, and has an internship secured with the Corvallis Knights baseball team. He believes the most important part of business is being ambitious, and Garrett demonstrates that you can never be too young to chase opportunities. After college, Garrett aspires to work closely with the aviation industry.
Adriana became a career ambassador for the Career Success Center in fall 2015 and is passionate about helping others. As a double major in accounting and finance with plans to do an option in international business, she continues to set and reach challenging goals. She is grateful for the many leadership and employment opportunities she has received. As a member of the CSC team, she is excited to help other students accomplish their career-related goals. She also serves as an officer in Beta Alpha Psi, an honors organization for accounting, finance and information systems students. She believes in the power of making connections and enjoys interacting with students and professionals who come into the Career Success Center. After graduation, Adriana plans to obtain her CPA license and pursue a career in public accounting.
Jessica is a junior majoring in marketing and minoring in visual arts. Some of her hobbies include reading the comics, making lists, drawing and hiking. After college, Jessica would like to work for an advertising firm in Portland. Working in the Career Success Center has been an honor and a very rewarding experience. The position has introduced her to inspiring and driven individuals whom she strives to be like. Her favorite part of the CSC is seeing the growth in confidence for students that comes with developing a strong resume.
Levi is working toward a double degree in marketing and business administration with an option in international business. He joined the Career Success Center in winter 2016 and loves to help students explore different opportunities through the College of Business. As a junior transfer from community college, he has quickly become involved on campus with the Marketing Club and also market research through the Close to the Customer Project. Levi believes a key aspect of business is networking and credits the Career Success Center with lining up multiple opportunities throughout the term to meet with professionals from various industries. After college, he aspires to work toward his MBA and acquire a position in international trade and development.