Finding your Direction

Finding your career path and preparing for job interviews can be very intimidating. Our advisors are here to help you through this process. An advisor is more than someone who helps you find a job; they work to help you search for the career path that is right for you. Our advisors have a variety of resources and workshops that can help you identify your strengths and passions so you can find the best career fit. Once you know the direction that is right for you, an advisor can help you prepare for career opportunities. 


Make an Appointment


To set up an appointment at the Career Center in Eugene, call our main office line or send us an e-mail, or visit our advisors during drop-in hours (weekly schedule below or on the UO events calendar).


Career advising services in Portland are available for current students and alumni up to one year after graduation. Call the Career Center Portland at the number below or e-mail us to set up an appointment.

Drop-In Advising Hours

We know that being a student means you have a lot to manage. If you are unable to schedule an appointment we also offer drop-in advising hours each week. Stop by our office and we will support you however we can.

Spring Term Hours (Eugene Campus)*

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 2:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. (Career Center staff)
Tuesday, Friday 2:00-4:00 p.m. (Peer Advising staff)

*The Career Center's drop-in advising hours may be sporadically affected or unavailable due to unexpected advisor illness or absence. In such case, we will arrange for your meeting with a career advisor at our earliest availability.

Meet our Advisors

Contact Us

Bart Kassel
ISCA Manager and Career Advisor

Chelsey Augustyniak
Career Education and Engagement Team Manager/Career Advisor

Clarice Wilsey
Senior Career Counselor

Colleen McCarthy
Career Counseling GE

Dani Amtmann
Assistant Director Experiential Learning/Career Counselor

Katelyn Anderson
Career Counseling GE

Linda Williams Favero
Assistant Dean of Students and Career Services, Portland Campus