Fridays in Austin with Accounting Professionals
Join us on Fri., March 3 to learn more about career paths in accounting, job tips, and insight into the recruiting process for the major firms. Have your questions ready!
Careers in Accounting Panel | Austin Hall 183 | 10 am
Learn about the many and diverse options for Careers in Accounting, and join this panel of accounting industry leaders to hear more about accounting careers in a variety of fields, including state government, consulting, corporate finance and accounting within the IT field. Panelists include: Brad Cunningham - State of Oregon, Department of Administrative Services | Rod Phillips - CPA, Reimbursement Consultant for Medicare | Mike Williams - Director of Finance, Paragon BioTeck, Inc | Greg Eckert - Business Development Manager, LINBIT
Developing Your Personal Brand | Austin Hall 222 | 10 am
Learn how to develop your unique brand in this professional development workshop.
Learn How the Accounting Recruiting Process Works | Austin Hall 126 | 11 am
Getting into the recruitment cycle of the major accounting firms starts earlier than you may think! If you'd like to learn how the accounting recruiting process works, then join accounting firm representatives from KPMG, Moss Adams, Kernutt Stokes and Jones & Roth to get insight on applying for summer leadership programs, internships and more. RSVP.
Fri., March 3 | 11 am | 126 Austin
Learn about business MECOP internships | Austin Hall 216 | 12 pm
Are you interested in a well-paid prestigious internship? Do you want to be more competitive in the job market? Consider the MECOP program and receiving two 6 months internships during the course of your college education. Students typically make up to $20,000 per 6 month internship. Come and learn about how MECOP program works and how to best prepare yourself to get one of these amazing internships.
What Do Employers Seek in a Successful Employee? | Austin Hall 126 | 1 pm
Do you wonder what you need to do to be successful in your first job? Learn what employers want in this workshop. Tricia Dunca, from Accounting Firm Jones & Roth will provide insider tips on being a great employee!
RSVP at the Fridays in Austin page, and contact the Career Success Center with questions.
Travel Friday to RVK
Visit RVK and the Oregon Bankers Association in Portland. RV Kuhns is hiring interns, and this is your opportunity to network with company leaders. Learn more about the investment consulting industry during a company tours. We provide transportation to this all-day event; lunch is provided by the Oregon Bankers Association. CEOs and bank presidents from the Pacific Northwest will join us for lunch, and introduce additional positions and network opportunities.
Please apply with your resume.
Provost’s Lecture with Robin Chase, Zipcar Cofounder
The College of Business is co-hosting the Provost’s Lecture with Robin Chase, cofounder and former CEO of Zipcar. Robin is a transportation entrepreneur. Currently, she's the cofounder and Executive Chairman of Veniam, a vehicle network communications company. You can read more about Robin’s background here and watch her TED Talk about Zipcar here.
Did you know…
Robin was recognized as one of Time’s 100 Most Influential People in 2009 and Fast Company’s Fast 50 Champions of Innovation
She has appeared in national media such as The Today Show, The New York Times, National Public Radio, Wired, Newsweek and Time magazines.
Wed., March 8 | 7:30 pm | LaSells Stewart Center
Student Engagement Activity: Ethics
Join us at our Ethics Town Hall to watch the documentary, “All the Queen's Horses -- Documentary on $53M fraud in Dixon, Illinois” which chronicles the unbelievable story of a $53 million fraud perpetrated by a trusted, 20-year-career city employee. The film's director, Kelly Pope, will provide an inside look at how this incredible fraud lasted for 20 years.
Thurs., March 2 | 5:30 & 7 pm | LINC 100
Donuts with the Dean
Save the Date! Get to know the College of Business Dean and Associate Deans while enjoying donuts and coffee.
Fri., March 10 | 11 am | 100 Austin
Launch-U: Creative Resumes
Translating Creativity to Your Resume and Interviews. In this Launch-U Workshop, participants will update their resumes and practice mock interview questions to showcase their creativity, entrepreneurship skills and experiences.
Fri., March 3 | 2 pm | Austin 274
BAP/IMA Meeting: OSU Athletics
This week's BAP/IMA meeting features "OSU Athletics - Come hear about athletic finances." Sherman Bloomer will be presenting about how to deal with deficit. Bloomer is the Director of Budget and & Fiscal Planning at OSU. This meeting will offer great insight on how organizations deal with deficit, and the tactics they can use to prevent it.
Wed., March 1 | 6 pm | 226 Austin | Business Casual
OSU Retirement Association Scholarship
on (OSURA) provides scholarship support to undergraduate students at Oregon State University who are aim to pursue a career promoting healthy aging, which may include any of the physical, mental, social and financial aspects of the aging process. Completed applications are due Mon., March 6 by 4:30 pm. Scholarship awards between $750 and $1,500 per student will be announced at the May 2017 Annual Meeting. Please refer to OSURA’s website for scholarship application information