Part-Time Job Fair, COVID-19 updates, Duck Rides, and more student news
Thursday, September 24, 2020
ACADEMICS AND CAREER
across campus are available for remote appointments by video chat or phone. Some offices offer remote drop-in services. Watch for in-person and remote workshops.
Activate your Handshake account
to find over 6,300 jobs and internships posted for UO students.
Find on-campus, off-campus, in person, and virtual career opportunities by registering for the
Part-Time Job Fair
Tuesday, Oct. 6, 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
Virtual career fairs are the new and best way to find a job or internship. Here are some
tips to prepare for a virtual career fair
to help you have a great experience.
It's important to have a professional online presence. Check out the Career Center's YouTube channel for some
tips on building a strong online presence
Explore majors and talk to advisors about your academic interests during the virtual
event tomorrow, Sept. 25, 3:00–3:45 p.m.
The UO is partnering with the community to provide comprehensive information about
and establish alert levels that the county can act on to reduce the virus’ spread.
This year's theme for
UO Common Reading
is "Listen. Learn. Act." with a focus on the Black experience and dismantling anti-Black racism, featuring the
New York Times' 1619 Project
Submit a short video on why science and research matter to the
Fund it Forward Student Video Challenge
for the chance to win a cash prize. Submission deadline is October 1 .
SERVICES AND RESOURCES
The Duck Store is only
selling course materials online
fall term due to COVID-19. Students may choose to ship purchases to an address or place an in-store pickup order.
The UO is launching
this fall to provide safe and essential transportation for UO students, faculty, and staff.
Technology Service Desk
is permanently moving to the EMU starting this fall. In-person service will be by appointment only.
Students can sign up to be a child care provider with the
UO Care Provider Network
and connect with UO families in need of caregiving.
The University of Oregon's comic studies program was the first of its kind in the country.
PIC OF THE WEEK
The University of Oregon is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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