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The Career Success Center helps you to find a job or internship. Through connecting with the Career Center you will have opportunities to network with future employers, build employment-related skills, and access experiential learning opportunities.
Yes, we are proud to tailor our services to business and pre-business students. As a result, College of Business students are given access to a service within the college that will help them to become competitive in the job market, define career goals, and develop career-related skills.
Beaver Careers is your online tool for searching off campus jobs and internships. As a student an account should be set up for you. Just use your ONID Username and Password to access the account. For your first time in Beaver Careers, you will need to confirm and fine tune account information. If you have specific questions about Beaver Careers feel free to contact the Career Success Center.
Jobs@OSU is the centralized job posting service for on campus openings. Use your ONID username and password to access your online account, and to search and apply for positions.
Stop by Austin Hall 102 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. or email or email COB.CSC@oregonstate.edu to set up an appointment.
If you are a pre-business student, staff at the Career Success Center invites you to learn more about our services and learn more about maximizing campus opportunities available to you. Freshman students create first drafts of their resumes, attend networking events, consider volunteer opportunities, collect information on internships, and join clubs and organizations. Sophomore students typically seek and obtain internships, attend networking events, participate in clubs and volunteer commitments, explore career options by major, engage in informational interviews and job shadowing opportunities, and fine tune their resumes.
As a new pro-school student, you are strongly encouraged to strengthen your LinkedIn profile and use it to connect with recruiters, employers, professionals in your industry, peers, and College of Business faculty and staff. Your priority should be obtaining an internship and narrowing your career interest areas. Be sure to have completed at least five informational interviews and fine tune your resume by the end of the year. Through your interaction with employers at events and in your internship, you should be able to narrow your future career interest areas and strengthen industry contacts.
As a senior, you will continue to engage in experiential learning opportunities through club participation, volunteer opportunities, and internships. Be sure to explore and develop a list of prospective employers and their contact information. Attending career fairs and networking events will help you to refine this list and will increase your interview chances. Continue to strengthen your interview skills and resume. Finally, go on employment interviews, evaluate job offers and accept one!
Visiting with Career Advisors, completing informational interviews, participating in internships, and joining company tours will help you to evaluate job opportunities and interests.
Information about writing resumes and cover letters is available to you through the College of Business Career Guide. All Career Guide content is accessible online (link to Drupal book). This content includes guidance on preparing and applying for positions, interviewing skills and business etiquette.