Post Your Job on Duck Connect

When UO students need an on-campus job or internship, they turn to the Career Center. Listing your job with us can help you make the right hire quickly and ensures students never miss an employment opportunity. Use Duck Connect to post jobs and review applications easily and efficiently.

The Student Employment Enhancement (SEE) campus-wide effort, seeks to promote and improve the professional development and employment outcomes of University of Oregon student employees. Most employers want meaningful experience in college graduates including demonstrated communication, critical thinking, problem solving, and team work competencies. Through active engagement of on-campus employer partners and mutually beneficial collaboration across campus, SEE is developing a suite of professional development tools, resources, and support for student workers, their supervisors, and departments to collectively enhance the professional readiness of our college graduates.

Career Workshops and Presentations

The Career Center offers a variety of workshops and presentations for students on topics ranging from personality types to LinkedIn etiquette. Workshops can be a great resource for your student employees to learn new skills and gain confidence in the workplace. Faculty and staff can schedule workshops or presentations for their student staff or for student groups they advise. Browse our selection to see what fits your students' needs.

Improve the Student Employee Experience

Most employers are seeking college graduates who have meaningful work experience. It's more important than ever that UO students leave campus with demonstrated communication, critical thinking, problem solving, and teamwork competency. As an on-campus employer, you can join the campus-wide Student Employee Enhancement (SEE) effort and access a suite of tools, resources, and support to improve your student employees' experience.

Professional School Resources

The professional schools at the UO offer a variety of resources that complement Career Center programs to help students prepare for their careers. You can direct your students to talk with their academic advisor or visit their school’s website for more information.