WEEK 8: NOV. 13-17
Wednesday, November 15
2:00 - 3:00 pm
Animation Presentation with Pixar Production Designer | Harley Jessup, Pixar Production Designer | Pharmacy 305
Join the Disney Pixar College Tour as Harley Jessup talks about his work on films such as Coco (out at Thanksgiving), Monsters, Inc, Ratatouille, and Cars 2- just to name a few! The presentation will conclude with a Q&A session.
RSVP Here This event will not count towards requirements for FYE and SYE.
Note that this event takes place in the Pharmacy Building, Room 305
Friday, November 17
Spotlight for Fridays in Austin - The Business of Food and Beverage
Learn About Business MECOP Internships | Austin Hall 390 Please note updated location
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 month internships during the course of your college education. Students typically make up to $20,000 per 6-month internship. Come and learn about how the MECOP program works and how best to prepare yourself to get one of these amazing internships.
The Journey from College to Career | Austin Hall 222 | Panel
Eric Bohard (Clackamas County), Sean Edwards (Bank of America), Jodi Gilbert and Tracey Gedlich (Jones Lange LaSalle) will talk about their paths from college to career.
Navigating Handshake | Austin Hall 200 | PPL Workshop
Turning Your Passion for Food and Beverage Into a Career | Marketplace | Meet-up
Hear how Frank Marcus and Caitlin Fetzer (E&J Gallo Winery) turned their passions into a career.
Starting a Business in the Food and Beverage Industry: Hard Cider | Marketplace | Meet-up
Gain insight on starting a business within the food and beverage industry with Jeff Jarrett (12 Bridge Ciderworks).
Working in Global Retail: Williams Sonoma, Inc | Austin Hall 270 | Presentation
Ron Young from Williams Sonoma, Inc. will delve into his experience working in the global retail space.
Sweet Success: A Second Generation Honey Business | Marketplace | Meet-up Austin Family Business Program encouraged but all are welcome.
Learn more about the business of honey from RaeJean Wilson (GloryBee Foods).
Science Before the Search by Motion Industries | Austin Hall 388 | Panel & Presentation
Meet with 4 members of the Motion Industries Team: Spence Hinig, Mohammad Rahimi, Lara Raggon, and Jason Whitlock. You will learn more about Motion, the exciting projects they are working on, and may even get a chance to interview with them for jobs and internships. Don't miss this great opportunity!
Wine 101: Tips & Tricks in Wine Etiquette from E&J Gallo | Austin Hall 126 | Presentation Seniors strongly encouraged to attend!
Discover the tips and tricks of wine etiquette with Caitlin Fetzer and Frank Marcus (E&J Gallo Winery).
Investing in Your Future | Austin Hall 390 | Meet-up OSIG encouraged, but all are welcome.
Gregory Sherwood from Quest Investment Management is here to cover the basics for investing in your future.
Banking: A Look Into the Industry | 3rd Floor Atrium | Meet-up
Take a glance into the industry of banking with Sean Edwards (Bank of America)
Communicating Technical Complexities in Business to Everyone | Austin Hall 388 | Meet-up
Explaining technical and complex tasks can be difficult, so Mike Mueller (SemiTorr) will teach you how to do it like a professional.
Human Resources: The Business of People | Marketplace | Meet-up
Formerly: The Importance of Human Resources
Talk about human resources and the business of people with Katelyn Powell from FritoLay.
Insider Knowledge of Commercial Real Estate | Marketplace | Meet-up
Acquire insider knowledge from Jodi Gilbert and Tracey Gedlich (Jones Lange LaSalle) regarding the commerical real estate industry.
Managing a Food and Beverage Business | Austin Hall 270 | Panel
Learn about managing a business in the food and beverage industry from Anne Moser (Guckenheimer), Jeff Jarrett (12 Bridge Ciderworks), RaeJean Wilson (GloryBee), and Beth Brewer (Burgerville).
Cross-Cultural Competency in College | Austin Hall 274
This presentation will unpack the ways in which cross-cultural competency not only prepares a student for the working world but also enhances the daily classroom and overall college experience. The format will include a combination of self-reflection, group activities and discussion, and personal planning and goal-setting.
Technology for Today's Society: Geographic Information Systems | Austin Hall 124 | Meet-up
Eric Bohard, Tech Services Manager for Clackamas County, will delve into the technology of today regarding geographic information systems.
Ingredients for a Great Career | Austin Hall 222
This presentation explains how to identify what you want to do with your profession and encourages students not to focus on just job title. You’ll learn how to identify and what you will be good at and enjoy the most for a fulfilling career.
Advising: Get Going | Austin Hall 100
Interested in studying abroad? Learn about programs specifically for Business and Design majors that can fit into your graduation plan. Professor Klotz will be sharing information about the Summer 2018 Cross-Cultural Management & Leadership program in London and visiting exchange students may be sharing about why OSU students should go on exchange to their country. Discover how to access information about application processes, next steps, and why studying abroad through the College of Business is a great choice!
Creating Career Paths: From CPA to CEO | Austin Hall 274 | Presentation
Toby Luther, College of Business Alum and CEO of Lone Rock Resources will be giving a presentation about his career path from college to CPA to CEO. The COB Advising Office will also present opportunities for students to expand their academics to fulfill their desired career paths.
Fresh, Local, Sustainable: The Burgerville Story | 3rd Floor Atrium | Meet-up
Hear from Beth Brewer of Burgerville about the fresh, local, and sustainable story of Burgerville.
Corporate Restaurant Management | Marketplace | Meet-up
Explore the area of corporate restaurant management with Anne Moser, Senior Vice President, of Guckenheimer.
Business Leadership | Austin Hall 222 | Panel
Mike Mueller (SemiTorr), Sean Edwards (Bank of America), and Gregory Sherwood (Quest Investment Management) talk about their perspective on leadership in business.
The Deliciousness of Food Sales | 3rd Floor Atrium | Meet-up
Katelyn Powell (FritoLay) will discuss the attractiveness of food sales.
Meet-up with an Entrepreneur | Marketplace | Meet-up
Meet with Jeff Jarrett (12 Bridge Ciderworks), owner of a hard cider business. Entrepreneurship Club encouraged, but all are welcome.
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fridays Out There | McKenzie River Trail
Get outside! Enjoy a day hike on the McKenzie River Trail and see sights such as Sahalie Falls, Koosah Falls, and Tamolitch Pool.