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- 10 am | Panel: Innovation in a Large Company Panel | Austin 183
Want to work for a large company upon graduation? Join this panel discussion to learn tips on how innovation is implemented across large organizations to sustain a competitive edge. Learn from individuals such as Sue Galatz (Strategic Planner, Nike Inc.) and Ken Stanwood (CTO, WiLAN Inc.) as they discuss their experiences and answer questions that you may have!
- 11 am | Professional Development: The Perfect Cover Letter | Austin 222
Writing the perfect cover letter can be tough. Learn how to leverage cover letter writing skills to get the job or internship you want. RSVP here.
- 1 pm | GoinGlobal: Tools to Find a Job as an International Student | Austin 200
This workshop is designed just for international students to learn about resources for finding positions here in the United States. Learn some tools to help with your job navigation as an international student. RSVP here.
- 2 pm | Sustainability Panel | Austin 100
Join us for this industry panel on sustainable business practices from large companies in our region as accomplished professionals such as Doug Kutella (Director of Manufacturing, Pacific Natural Foods) and Mark Brown (Director of Global Coffee, Starbucks) as they talk about their experiences and answer student questions. RSVP here.
Next week, the Dean’s Executive Series Lecture features a keynote address from Tim Leatherman, OSU alum, chairman of the board, and co-founder of Leatherman Tools. He’ll discuss the story of Leatherman, creators of all-in-one tools. Tim’s keynote will kickoff the Shark Tank competition, hosted here by the Entrepreneurs Club and InnovationX.
Leatherman Keynote | Fri., May 5 | 3:30 pm | Austin 183
We have a number of informational updates about fall 2017 course offerings fully outlined on the blog pages.
Looking for students who are interested in full-time or internships from summer 2017 through winter 2018. Professional dress; bring your resume. Firms include: State of Oregon | OSU Office of Audit Services | Jones & Roth | Kernutt Stokes | Precision Castparts | Moss Adams | Georgia Pacific
DATE: Wed., April 26 | TIME: 1-4 pm | PLACE: 126 Austin
First-year entrepreneurs in the College of Business will be hosting their spring term Company Expo, a follow-up to the Trade Show last term. Over three, hour-long sessions, all the Innovation Nation First-Year Experience businesses will be displaying and selling their products.
Company Show | DATE: Fri., April 28 | TIME: 9 am, 11 am & 1 pm | PLACE: Austin Marketplace
The OSU Diversity Career Symposium will provide a full day of career-related sessions for diverse students including a keynote speaker, panel informational sessions regarding relevant topics in industry, the OSU Career Convention, and networking with employers. Join us to find a multitude of career opportunities and connect with employers interested in you. Register on Beaver Careers.
Diversity Career Symposium | Wed., April 26 | 8:30 am - 5:30 pm | LaSells Stewart
University Career Fair | Wed., April 26 | 11 am - 3 pm | LaSells Stewart
Description: Have you ever wanted to learn more about the cultural centers on-campus but weren't sure where to start? Join us for a walking tour of Asian & Pacific Cultural Center, Women’s Center, Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center. You'll learn about the social programming, history of the spaces, and how to get involved.
When: Fri., April 28, 1:50 - 3:00 pm
Where: Meet outside of Trader Bings in the Austin Hall Marketplace.
DATE: Fri., April 28 | TIME: 2 to 3:30 pm | PLACE: EG01 Weatherford
Admissions representatives from 70 health professions schools in Oregon and across the country are attending the fair and eager to meet OSU students. The fair will be open from 10:00am to 2:00pm in the MU Ballroom. Students from all majors are welcome at this free event.
Health Professions Career Fair | DATE: Tues., April 25 | TIME: 10 am - 2 pm | PLACE: MU Ballroom
The College of Business tracks and reports data on our students’ success in finding internships/jobs that prepare them for a professional career. This is important for our AACSB accreditation. If you haven’t completed this survey in class recently, or if you’ve held an internship since taking the survey, please take a few minutes to tell us about your internship. Thank you!