Fridays in Austin: Finance
– 9 am Networking Coffee and OSIG Showcase | Austin 126
Come network with the day's industry leaders and talk about all things Finance!
– 10 am & 11 am Asset Management Panels | Austin 222
Hear from accomplished professionals in the areas of individual and institutional asset management. Panelists: Kathleen Kee, Confluence Wealth Management, Greg Sherwood, Quest Investment Management, Jay Levesque, Filament, and Scott Christianson, Ferguson Wellman Capital Management.
– 10 am & 11 am Financial Institutions Panel | Austin 270
Panelists from investment banking, insurance, and public finance, including as Nate Liebler, Veber Partners, Brian Tanz, Centric Strategies, Jim Harbolt, OSU College of Business, and Byron Williams, Office of the State Treasurer
– 12 pm Professional Development Workshop: Network Your Way to an Internship | Austin 274
Steven Finnerty, Liberty Mutual: Learn the art of networking and how to land an internship!
– 12 pm Investing in Your Future: Student Insights from OSIG and OSFC | Austin 390
Hear your fellow students from Oregon State Investment Group and Oregon State Finance Club talk about their internship experience, the finance industry, and about their involvement with investment clubs on campus.
– 1 pm Goldman Sachs Info Session | Austin 216
Brittany Riggs & Elizabeth Estrada, Goldman Sachs discussing: future employment and internship opportunities at Goldman Sachs.
– 1 pm Professional Development Workshop: Resumes for the Career Fair | Austin 226
Hunor Somogyi, KPMG: With the Career Fair coming up, this is a perfect opportunity to get your resume reviewed by professionals
Advising: Important Dates
Summer registration opened on April 16. No PIN is required, and all students are currently eligible to register for summer classes.
Online business core classes will be available to on-campus students on May 22. No override is needed.
Planning to take BA 466 summer term? Summer graduates will be given primary consideration for access to this class. In order to ensure that those needing the class the most will be able to enroll, the capacity has been set very low. If it is closed, please add yourself to the wait list. We will review that list and determine access as appropriate. If there are not enough summer grads to fill the class, others will be able to enroll.
Accounting Job Fair
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
Jobs and Internships
HWeekend Kickoff Event
Come team build and pitch your ideas for ways to positively impact Oregon - in 60 seconds! Students have one minute to pitch an idea they want to work on during the April 22-23 HWeekend. Rapidly rotating sessions allow students to meet and share ideas and skills. Refreshments provided.
DATE: Fri., April 21 | TIME: 4 - 7 pm | PLACE: Austin 100
Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Info Session
This "How to be Successful in Accounting" informational session hosted by international honor society Beta Alpha Psi covers topics including how to navigate the pro-school application for accounting students, course requirements for the degree, the professional process, and accounting activities.
Accounting Pro-School Session | Wed., April 19 | 6 pm | 183 Austin
Portland Business Roundtable - Business Beyond Sports
Learn from former student-athletes who are thriving in the business world. Panelists will share how they infuse creativity, design and innovation into their daily work whether it is meeting the needs of athletes, planning and executing a product launch, or building a corporate community. Panelists: D'Anna Foster ’09, Nike, Inc., Steve Johnson ’81, The Best of Yachting and Curt Willener ’04, Tektronix, Inc. If interested in attending, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tues., April 18 by noon.
DATE: Wed., April 19 | TIME: 11:30 am - 1 pm | Multnomah Athletic Club 1849 SW Salmon Street, Portland
Startup Matters Seminar
Our guest entrepreneur this week is Sam Gross, Owner of several food and beverage businesses in the Roseburg area, as well as an online business for the microbrewery industry.
DATE: Wed., April 19 | TIME: 5 pm | PLACE: Strand Ag Bldg, Room 212
Impact Oregon Challenge
The Impact Oregon innovation challenges call on participants to invent hardware-based solutions (physical prototypes) to positively impact Oregon. This week’s workshop will be a hands-on session on conceptualization and “crummy” prototyping.
DATE: Fri., April 21 | TIME: 2 - 3:30 pm | PLACE: DAM-Lab Makerspace, Buxton Hall
Family Business Boardroom: Making it to the C-Suite
Please come to the Family Business Boardroom: Making it to the C-Suite in Privately-Held Enterprises featuring Lisa Weiglin, from Endeavour Capital. She serves as the head of talent development for Endeavour Capital, a leading private equity investment firm with offices in Seattle, Portland, Denver and Los Angeles. Family business and management students will benefit from Lisa’s experience and insights to determine how they can position their career for executive leadership. All students are welcome, and food will be provided. RSVP.
DATE: Thurs., April 20 | TIME: 4:30 - 6:00 pm | PLACE: Austin 442
EOP Tutoring Program
The EOP Tutoring Program offers continuing academic support in four CRC’s spring term. Tutoring will be offered Monday through Thursday from 5 – 9 pm at the following locations:
o Monday: Centro Cultural César Chávez
o Tuesday: Native American Longhouse, Eena Haws
o Wednesday: Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center
o Thursday: Asian & Pacific Cultural Center
Health Professions Career Fair
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
Save Date; Buy Tickets: Fashion Show
The 12th annual Oregon State Spring Fashion Show featuring garments and collections by student designers in the apparel design program is Saturday, May 20 at the SEC Plaza. Doors open at 7 pm, and the show starts at 8 pm. Tickets will be for sale in Austin Hall on Mon., May 8, 9 am - 12 pm, and in Milam Hall Room 224 from May 3 - 19, Wednesdays 2-4 pm and Fridays 11 am-1 pm, cash only. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook: osuspringfs2017.
Cultural Center Walking Tours
What: Ettihad Cultural Center, Native American Longhouse, Centro Cultural Cesar Chavez, Pride Center
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 Ettihad Cultural Center, Native American Longhouse, Centro Cultural Cesar Chavez, and the Pride Center. You'll learn about the social programming, history of the spaces, and how to get involved.
When: Fri., April 21, 9:50 am -11:00 am
Where: Meet outside of Trader Bings in the Austin Hall Marketplace
Earth Day of Service
The Center for Civic Engagement’s Earth Day of Service is Sat., April 22. Faculty, staff, and students (including their partners and dependents) are invited to participate in one of the eight or more projects for this day of service, community building, and celebration of Planet Earth. Pre-registration required
Save the Date: Spring Company Show
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 Marketpla