What’s a career fair? A career fairs help you find jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities, and learn more about a particular company. This is a great way to meet lots of employers in one room while on campus.
As the on-campus recruiting coordinator for the Career Center, I work with all types of employers who want to hire Ducks. This is one of those rare times in your life when you have exclusive access to employers from all different industries, roles, and experience coming to campus to hire YOU.
Take advantage of opportunities to meet and connect with employers and professionals through activities such as career fairs, networking events, on-campus interviews, practice interview program, career information sessions, and more.
Having a great summary is important when you have a limited amount of time to attract attention. The goal of the summary is, in essence, to sum up you—your personality and qualifications. Plus, it should give employers a clear sense of what you are looking for, what you value, and where you want to go.
Here are three themes to follow when making your LinkedIn summary.
With more than 500 million users, 10 million jobs, 9 million companies, and 24 languages, you’ve probably already heard of this professional-oriented social media site. Used correctly, LinkedIn communicates similar information as a résumé and provides positive information about you.
But what does that mean for a student without lots of experience? Is it an online location for your résumé? Are you able to find jobs on LinkedIn?
International students at the UO demonstrate tremendous ambition, drive, and curiosity. As an employer, hiring international students can seem like a daunting task when you aren’t sure of all the facts. Read on for quick tips, myth-busters, and benefits of hiring international students.
As the school year nears its end (congratulations!), students plan their summer: study abroad, traveling, summer jobs, and more.
For those who are still looking for a summer job, our On-Campus Recruiting Coordinator, Tina Haynes, shares her top three resources: