Finding your Direction
Our intent: to empower, prepare, and educate students for their lifelong process of career success—succinctly sums up our services. Our career coaches work alongside students as they navigate their career path. Although no individual person’s career path looks the same, our career coaches support students through individual career coaching appointments, workshops, career fairs, and identifying and communicating strengths and passions for next steps and beyond.
Chat with us about:
Searching for jobs and internships
Resumes and cover letters
Handshake and LinkedIn
Professionalism and negotiation
General questions and planning
Scheduling a document review is a great way to get feedback on formatting, organization, content, and to learn how to tailor to specific positions or opportunities. For those getting started, you can find tips, resources, and examples on our Resume and Cover Letter page.
If your document is longer than three pages, please schedule with a coach.
Follow these steps to get started!
- Determine your appointment type.
- Document Review (with a coach): schedule a day/time to meet with a career readiness coach over phone, Zoom, or Teams video chat.
- Document Review (via email): schedule a day/time that you want to receive feedback by and connect with your coach via email to share your documents
- Schedule on Navigate by following the sequence below, or by calling our front desk at 541-346-3235.
- "Academic and Career Advising" — "University Career Center" — "Appointment Type" — "University Career Center (50 Tykeson Hall) – Remote" — "Advisor (optional)" — "Day/Time"
- Check your email!
- Your career readiness coach will send out next steps for submitting your documents and accessing Zoom or Teams links, if applicable.
Types of documents we can help with:
- Cover letters
- Curriculum vitae (CV)
- Personal statements (scholarships, graduate school, fellowships, etc.)
Learn more about different career documents—and where and when to use them—in our Getting Started with Career Documents video.