How Do I Structure My Internship?

February 13, 2017

There are many internships out there. The structure of each program depends on the type of internship it is, the length of the program, and its learning objectives. The internship you offer should be meaningful to students’ career development and consist of work/projects that provide experiential learning.

Traditional Internships

Often taking place over summer and winter...

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Career Tips from Fisher Investments

February 06, 2017

Are you about to graduate and searching for a dream job that perfectly matches your skills, interests, and major? Are you having trouble identifying a niche in your field?  In reality, your skills extend well beyond the degree on your graduation certificate.  Here’s why:

When you start college, you’re coached to believe the major you choose is a rite of passage into that career field....

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Senior Duck Perspective: Making the Most Out of Your College Career

January 30, 2017

Elliott Tran is a senior majoring in journalism and economics. During her time in college, she managed to secure four internships, two research assistantships, and two student worker positions.

Create a Graduation Guide

Planning out your college career can help you think thoughtfully about what you want out of your time there. If you don’t know where to start with a...

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Alumni Perspective: Look for entry level positions that can make you feel fulfilled and happy

January 23, 2017

One word to describe Kelsey’s four years at Oregon? Involved. She has always loved being busy, and was a naturally curious student, so she signed up for as many clubs, boards, internships, and programs as she could take on.

Kelsey graduated from the Robert D. Clark Honors College in 2016 with a focus in Advertising and business administration and celebrated her success with a quick...

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