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Resources

Academic Support Resources
New to OSU or just want a refresher on the academic resources available for fall 2020? Check out this short video from the Academic Success Center for a broad overview of what's available and how to find it. Also, visit the Academic Support webpage on the OSU Experience site, or pop in and chat with an ASC strategist using Live Chat on our website at http://success.oregonstate.edu

Ongoing Events

Academic Success Workshops
Register Here

A series of 27 workshops from the Academic Success Center on a range of topics including time management, effective study sessions, the writing process, and more. Read more about each topic and register to attend at the link above.

DAM Good Growth
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Explore self-care and personal growth through CAPS's mental health engagement series centered around practices from the field of positive psychology. Each week will feature an online self-paced challenge, fun activities, community zoom session, and other surprises!

One-Time Events

Community Dialogues: How Does Real Change Come From Protests?
Wed., Nov. 18 | 4 – 5:30 p.m. | Register Here

Cultivate connection and deep learning through the exploration of critical and contentious issues. This series is focused on providing space for participants to practice the skills of dialogue and deliberation. Find more events offered by OSU Community Engagement & Leadership online here.

OSU Now and Forever
Thurs., Nov. 19 | 12 – 1 p.m. |
Register Here
All Beavs have an invaluable resource pool through the 200,000+ alumni across the globe. This panel, consisting of students and alumni, will discuss how you can reach out to this network and seek support and advice for success in all stages of life. Hosted by the OSU Alumni Association & Career Development Center.

Regional Connections
Thurs., Dec. 3 | 12 – 1 p.m. | Register Here

Get together virtually with peers from Central Oregon, Northern California, Portland, Seattle and Southern California regional networks. Hosted by the OSU Alumni Association & Career Development Center.

 

Past Events

Get Involved with Community Engagement & Leadership
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Community Engagement & Leadership (CEL) is offering a series of virtual info sessions during Weeks 1-4 (Monday, September 28th-Friday, October 23rd) for students interested in community service, taking action on social causes, and building leadership skills! CEL offers community service projects, conversation spaces, workshops, and a variety of other events for students to get involved in the greater community and connect with other OSU students! Students can register for a 30-minute virtual info session on the CEL website to ask questions, learn how to get involved, and meet some of the student staff working in CEL!

Virtual Speed Friending with CAPS
Tue., Oct. 13 | 4 p.m. | Register Here

Join the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) student staff for an evening of fun and friendship. Meet new people in a safe and physically distanced environment. 

Career Development Workshop: Translating Skills & Experiences
Tue., Oct. 13 | 5 p.m. | Register Here

Learn what panelists wish they knew about communicating their added value and making connections between their skills and prior work, volunteer and life experiences and the skills and experiences a prospective employer is seeking.

Career Development Workshop: Prepare for Virtual Career Fairs
Tue., Oct. 13 | 5 p.m. | Register Here

For the first time, we are hosting our fall career fairs through the Handshake platform. This session will cover how to get ready for these great virtual networking opportunities. We’ll cover the basics of signing up, booking sessions with employers, and how to effectively network through a video meet-and-greet format.

Resume Workshop
Wed., Oct 14 | 1 p.m. | Register Here

Attend this session to learn more about how to craft a strong resume that will set you apart from other applicants and showcase how your background and experience are a perfect match for the position you are applying to. Resume structure and important considerations will be discussed.
Presented by the College of Business.

Community Dialogues: What's the Point in Voting?
Wed., Oct. 21 | 4 – 5:30 p.m. | Register Here

Cultivate connection and deep learning through the exploration of critical and contentious issues. This series is focused on providing space for participants to practice the skills of dialogue and deliberation. Find more events offered by OSU Community Engagement & Leadership online here

A Conversation with Alumni Fellow Ric Campo
Thurs., Oct. 22 | 4 p.m. | Register Here

Ric Campo is admired for his success in large-scale residential real estate and his long track record of generosity and service to his employees, customers, and community. He is co-founder, chairman and CEO of Camden Property Trust, one of the largest operations of its kind. Camden Property Trust was one of the first companies in the nation to respond to the COVID-19 crisis with major corporate generosity, creating the Camden Cares Resident Relief Program to provide $5 million in financial relief to their residents who have lost income during the pandemic.

Transforming Museum Culture: Reinventing our Institutions and Ourselves 
Thurs., Oct. 22 | 4 p.m. | Register Here
Guest Speaker Mike Murawski shares how he was taught a very individualistic and narrow idea of ‘success’ growing up; yet always had trouble behaving according to those rules and following that path.
Presented by Social Action Works and InnovationX.

International Friendship Program
Register Here by Oct. 26

This program pairs you up with OSU international students to engage in monthly conversations focused on community, culture, and support.

Resume Workshop
Wed., Oct 28 | 6 p.m. | Register Here

Attend this session to learn more about how to craft a strong resume that will set you apart from other applicants and showcase how your background and experience are a perfect match for the position you are applying to. Resume structure and important considerations will be discussed.
Presented by the College of Business.

Currency of Authenticity: Identity in Professional Spaces
Thurs., Oct. 29 | 3:30 p.m. | Register Here

Guest Speaker Lanaya Irvin worked as a black, female-bodied, out LGBT leader on Wall Street, and experienced micro-aggressions firsthand. She takes a critical look at how talking about race at work requires leaders who commit to addressing bias and understanding the dynamics at play within their own work environment.
Presented by Social Action Works and InnovationX.

Best Practices for LinkedIn
Thurs., Nov. 5 | 12 – 1 p.m. | Register Here

A crash course of everything you need to know about using LinkedIn to launch your career. Hosted by the OSU Alumni Association & Career Development Center.

Career Development Workshop: Building Relationships & Networking
Tue., Nov. 10 | 5 p.m. | Register Here

Let yourself be known. Networking is all about community and relationships. We need people in our corner who have our back; mentors and sponsors who can advise us, guide the way and help open doors. Learn about networking and what panelists wish they knew about leveraging and cultivating relationships.