Part-Time Job Fair, COVID-19 updates, Duck Rides, and more student news
Part-Time Job Fair, COVID-19 updates, Duck Rides, and more student news
Quick Quack
Thursday, September 24, 2020
  • Advising services 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 Exploring 101 event tomorrow, Sept. 25, 3:00–3:45 p.m.
  • The UO is partnering with the community to provide comprehensive information about COVID-19 indicators 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 .
  • 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 Duck Rides this fall to provide safe and essential transportation for UO students, faculty, and staff.
  • The 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. 
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