We know the current job market is challenging, and it's easy to get overwhelmed balancing classes, activities, and developing your career goals at the same time. The good news is that your University Career Center is here to support you with steps you can take to increase your appeal to organizations and businesses that are hiring. Explore our blogs for great ideas.

Ducks Around the World: Amanda Isberg in Egypt

November 14, 2022

Many Ducks aspire to migrate across the globe after graduation, and alumna Amanda Isberg was one of them. She travelled more than 5,000 miles from the UO to her current position at the Schutz American School in Alexandria, Egypt. We caught up with Amanda to get some insight on her career journey and picked her brain for some advice to our Ducks who...

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A student learns about Alsco at a previous job fair

Do Students Really Get Jobs at the Career and Internship Expo? Sarah Did!

October 20, 2022

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...

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Students attend the Winter 2022 Career Fair

Spring Career Fair Checklist: What’s a Duck to Do?

April 07, 2022

By Bethel Sishu, Peer Coach

The Spring 2022 Career Fair is coming up on April 14 from 1:00–5:00 p.m. in the EMU Ballroom. This event, with more than 70 employers coming to campus from dozens of different industries, this a great opportunity for any student to explore what jobs are available in...

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Found My Future: Life Outside My Comfort Zone

April 01, 2022

Insight Global isn’t a place to simply have a job, it’s a place to build a career. One that you’re proud of; one that energizes and motivates you.  Every employee starts out entry-level as a Recruiter and is taught from the ground up, meaning you have to begin here to be promoted there. UO alumna Syrina Revis, BS ’19, is doing...

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