Recruiting for Winter and Spring 2022!
The University of Oregon is excited to announce our on-campus and in-person recruiting is back for 2022. Come be a part of our winter and spring Career Readiness Weeks for a mix of in-person and virtual workshops, niche career fairs, interview days, and more. We, and especially our students, can’t wait to meet you in person and connect to build great futures.
Please be in touch with our Employer Engagement Team to connect with Ducks and maximize your recruitment goals throughout the year!
Your Future Leaders, Today
Why hire a Duck? UO students are smart, creative, and increasingly diverse. They are problem solvers and storytellers. They've got grit and perseverance. They care about their community and are passionate about leaving their world better than they found it. And they want to work for you.
“The UO has many opportunities for students to build their skills outside of the classroom. As an undergrad, I was involved in multiple student organizations and was able to attend workshops by professionals. These opportunities helped me to explore potential career paths and figure out the best fit for my passions and strengths.”
—Boyuan Yang, BS ’18 (accounting), audit and assurance senior at Deloitte
“My time at the UO taught me to prioritize, manage my time, and work smarter, not harder. As a first-generation college student, I had to push my own boundaries and dive into everything with a ‘why not?’ attitude. These skills have helped me to succeed in my career path in recruiting.”
—Pam Flores, BA ’17 (Spanish), talent acquisition recruiter at Nike
Meet Our Ducks
What Employers Say About Hiring Ducks
“UO students are engaged and active. I’m consistently impressed with how prepared the candidates are to enter the workforce. Ten out of ten, I would recommend!”
—Marnie Petek, E&J Gallo Winery
“UO students have a strong interest in service opportunities. They want to make a difference and have an impact. I'm impressed by the variety of things outside the classroom students are involved in, and how they connect and translate those experiences to opportunities they seek. They also have a wide-eyed curiosity and an openness to exploring, which I especially appreciate.”
—Marcus Ramirez, City Year