Alsco isn’t a place to simply have a job. It is a place to build a career—one that you’re proud of; one that energizes and motivates you. Alsco recruits driven students and recent graduates for rotational internships and graduate training programs. New employees learn the business holistically and can move into leadership quickly. UO alumna Sarah Liang, BS ’21, is doing just that!
It’s easy to make assumptions as you walk around a career fair, limiting the types of employers you interact with to a particular industry or well-known brand with fancy giveaways. Can you ever really have too many free pens? However, you never know what opportunities are out there until you take a chance and chat with a recruiter. You might find out that there is a great internship that fits your skills and passions that you never would have considered if you didn't stop and introduce yourself.
You want to make a difference in the world. Why wait?! Find your future opportunities to be the change you want to see at the Public Service and Nonprofit Careers Fair on October 22, 1:00–3:00 p.m. via Handshake. The Public Service and Nonprofit Careers Fair is for any students interested in a job or internship in public service, government, social service, or the nonprofit sector—or students who want to learn about potential future opportunities, even if you’re not ready to apply right now.
Interested in exploring a future career in technology? Maybe you’re not a technical major and you’re wondering if there is a path for you into tech. We’ve got you covered with our upcoming Tech Careers Fair on October 22, noon–2:00 p.m. via Handshake. If you’re curious about a career in tech, there are roles for you to explore at the fair, regardless of your major.
Looking for an awesome job after graduation or a summer internship? No matter your major, if you have an interest in sales, marketing, human resources, operations, customer service and support, finance, consulting, management, or other business-related roles—the Business Careers Fair is the career fair for you! Join us via Handshake on October 22, 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
At the fair, you can talk directly with recruiters hiring in:
By Dani Amtmann and Holly Tate
So, you need to find a part-time job? On-and off-campus jobs and work-study experiences help you gain new skills, make connections (and money!), and add valuable work and career readiness competencies to your resume. There are all kinds of opportunities out there—you just have to know how, when, and where to find them! Use these tips below to help you get started:
By Colleen Lewis, Events Coordinator, University Career Center
By Johanna Seasonwein, Associate Director of Employer Engagement, University Career Center
This past fall, we learned that employers can’t rely on their in-person recruiting plans and expect to be successful in the virtual space. At an in-person fair in the “before times,” you could set up your booth and expect hundreds of students to stream by in just a few hours. Students didn’t need to know anything about you in advance to stop and chat (or grab some free swag!).
By Johanna Seasonwein, PhD, Associate Director of Employer Engagement
It’s no secret that the global pandemic has upended our economy, and some of the industries that traditionally hire lots of graduating college seniors—travel, hospitality, entertainment—have had to temporarily institute hiring freezes or delay start dates.