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Welcome to EOU’s Career Services Center
Eastern Oregon University offers in-person coaching and online resources to help students broaden the perspective of their career choices and to understand the value of their education in relation to employment . This includes outreach to all students in all academic programs, on and off campus coupled with outreach to employers, service providers and government agencies.
Connecting Students and Employers–EOU Careers Network
Eastern Oregon University has evolved the way in can connect students with career development opportunities while they are enrolled at EOU and with careers after they graduate from EOU. The Career Services Department has launched EOU Careers Network (ECN) as our online database to create and complete a profile for potential employers and internship hosts to view your resume, cover letter and skills for their companies and agencies. Students now have one centralized online location to search for career development opportunites and employers now have one location to post openings and internships for EOU’s best resource–our students.
JOB LISTING RESOURCES
Careers in Higher Education
Justin Chin Director of Career Services
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As director of Eastern Oregon University’s new Career Services Center, Justin Chin has his sights set on creating a pipeline connecting students with potential employers. Chin joined EOU March 9 and began his career coaching day one consulting with students, faculty and staff, WorkSource Oregon representatives and receiving referrals. Meeting the needs of this year’s class of graduating seniors and “giving them a game plan” is his immediate focus. “I can tell there is a lot of excitement,” Chin said. “This region is an untapped resource ripe for employers and we’re building a presence in the community for career services.” – Read the full article…
NOTICE TO STUDENTS:
Eastern Oregon University makes no representations or guarantees about positions listed by Career Services. EOU is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or other aspects of off-campus employment. It is the responsibility of the student to research the integrity of the organizations to which they are applying. The student is advised to use caution and common sense when applying for any position with an organization, or private party. You should not go alone to a residential address to apply for a job. Do not put yourself in a vulnerable situation.